Investors in Euclid-Fairpark continue to build, taking advantage of TSA zoning

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Plans have just been submitted to Salt Lake City for a six-story multi-family project fronting 200 South (and I-80) between 900 and 1000 West.

At 940 West 200 South, locals Go West and A2Z Investments have hired JZW Architects to design a 157-unit building on four lots – 934, 940, 944, and 948 West—all of which currently host single-family homes.

The project will assemble .63 acre and provide 57 parking stalls at-grade in a podium, at a density of 240 units per acre and a .36 to 1 parking ratio.

South and north elevations. Images courtesy JZW Architects.

The lots to be combined sit on TSA-UN-T zoning, which allows up to 60 feet in height without design review. Developers state in their pre-submittal documents that “The building has been designed to meet administrative approval requirements for the TSA Zone.”

The development will sit approximately three and a half blocks from North Temple’s Jackson/Euclid Trax stop, and four and a half from the Fairpark station.

Ground-floor use will be limited to tenant amenities, including a community room, dog wash, leasing office and business center.

Images courtesy JZW Architects.

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Posted by Luke Garrott

Luke Garrott, PhD, has published in The Salt Lake Tribune and the Deseret News, and written features for the Salt Lake City Weekly City Guide and The West View. A former two-term councilman in Salt Lake City's District 4, he lives in Downtown Salt Lake City and grew up in the Chicago area.