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I'm gonna clump all the projects into one thread, to make it easier to see what is goin on in downtown SLC.

Zions Bank Building

18 Floors - 300ish feet

Start Date _____ 2004 - finished by end of 2004-05


Mixed Use Tower #1

Floors and height unknown. Looks to be at least 20

Start Date ____2004-05 - finished by end of 2004/start of 2005


What We Know:

From the renderings it LOOKS as if the tower will be about as tall as the Zions Bank Building/University Club Building; which will probably put it at 25 floors and about 300 + feet tall.

Mixed Use Tower #2

Floors and height unknown - at least 15 floors, maybe 20

Start Date _____2004-05 - finished by end of 2004/start of 2005


What We Know:

From the renderings the tower is smaller than the Gateway West Tower (335 f) but larger than the Marriott Hotel. It looks like it'll fall in the range of 250 feet, maybe a bit smaller or taller. That could put it at around 15-20 stories, maybe a bit more.

Hamilton Partners Tower

Height unknown 22+ floors

Start Date unknown (aiming for 2004).



What We Know:

This tower WILL get built, it's just a matter of when, not if. The building is proposed on Main Street, right across from the Wells Fargo Center and One Utah Center. The building's height is being debated - the range is from 325 f to around 450 f. The 325 f range would be if the tower did not add the 8 condo stories to the top, the 450 range would be if they did add the condos at the top. Last known word was that the city was pushing for the condos. IF the tower is built as it was proposed (29 stories) it would be Salt Lake City's tallest building. Beating out both the Wells Fargo Center and LDS Church Office Building.

ZCMI Center and Crossroads Malls

Start Date Unknown







City Centre Condos

Start Date Unknown





Library Square Condominiums

Under Construction NOW


Rio Grande Hilton

7 stories, located in Rio Grande neighborhood


Fuller Building revamp for Bid D HQ


Parc at the Gateway

Under Construction


Salt Lake City International Airport

No target date set






SLC TRAX/Amtrak/Greyhound Intermodal Hub - 2006


U.S. Federal Courthouse

Start Date Unknown

Building with 180' glass tower


Pioneer Park redesign


Emigration Court Apartments, Phase I:

A 208-unit mixed income multifamily housing project with underground parking, the project will consist of a mix of one, two and three-bedroom apartments. Approximately 65 percent of the units are low income housing units, renting for people at or below 60 percent of area median income. The top two floors will be market-rate housing.



More coming soon!

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I like this site because I have always found some good Salt Lake City resources on here. Is there a Salt Lake City Forum or website? Anyways I had no idea so much was going on in SLC, I went to school there and moved away afterward and I have been wanting to go back there to live ever since. It is probably the most beautiful place I have ever been and surprisingly fun. After downtown is done it will be more bad ass than ever. This thread is a little old, has any construction started yet? Also what are they doing with the two downtown malls?

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Visited SLC for the first time last week and really loved the town. I was a little concerned about the vacancies along Main Street and the two big downtown malls.

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