Building Salt Lake checks in with live construction projects around the city we’ve been following. All photos by Luke Garrott.
In the Depot District, CW Urban’s rental project The Beverly (45 S 600 W) and Centro Civico Mexicano’s Casa Milagros (145 S 600 W) senior housing are making real progress. Casa Milagros, right, is scaffolded for exterior treatments.
T he West End project by Ritchie Group at 251 W 100 S is getting footings after installing two main cranes. Its first phase will add residential, hospitality, and hotel capacity around the Utah Jazz arena.
Clearwater Home’s Paperbox Lofts (340 W 200 S) and Harvest at Marmalade (550 N 300 W) show continued progress.
The Olive, one of CW Urban’s ownership (condo) projects, at the NW corner of Pioneer Park.
I n Central 9th, Atlas Architects’ SpyHop building at 200 W and 900 S is taking real form (left), as is Watcke’s Maven West at 945 S 300 W.
Also in Central 9th, 945 S and 962 S Washington, by TAG SLC, continue to fill out.
The Marq (1030 S 400 W) is skillfully nestled next to I-15 and the 900 S offramp at 400 W. The townhome rental project’s clubhouse of shipping containers is a design statement.
Paxton 365 seems almost ready to rent at 365 W Paxton Ave (1170 S). It’s one of the apartment projects to brave the commercial corridor along 300 W.
At 300 W and 2100 S, looking south, site of an apartment boom. @2100 left, the 2100 South apartments getting framed.
The notably non-walkable environs of the 2100 S and 300 W developments.
At 2200 S and Main, the first phase of South Salt Lake’s ambitious South City project is rising. It’s a six-story 150,000 sf office building.
CW Urban’s The Penny (1700 S and Major St – 45 E) rental townhome project is starting its final (fourth) building.
Moda on Main St and Van Buren is finishing exterior work.
The convention center hotel at 200 S and W Temple.
95 State’s core is at 10 stories.
Liberty Sky, luxury highrise at 151 S State, is well out of the ground.
At 345 S 400 E, TAG SLC is beginning a 45-unit apartment project.
A bit of a statement at 400 E and 400 S, The Quattro, by Wadsworth/dbUrban, has begun leasing.
The Exchange Project by Giv is looking stylish on 400 S and 300 E. City Library and City Hall far right.
Cowboy Partners’ Liberty Square townhome project, in the Central City Historic District on 500 S and 600 E, is ready to lease.
At 900 E and 500 S, major retail rehab is happening.
The Hardison, by Garbett Homes, at 500 E and S Temple, is framing out.
At 200 S and 200 E, CW Urban’s The Birdie is getting its feet.