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Development that is Careful about Beloved & Core Features of the Community while keeping an Eye on the Bottom Line

13 August 2012

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Development that is Careful about Beloved & Core Features of the Community while keeping an Eye on the Bottom Line

Community Development and Land Use continues to be a prime function of the ECC. We pay tremendous attention to detail for each and every development effort. We work as a proactive and positive project team always keeping in mind the needs of the developer, business or home owner.  The approach is early and we respond […]

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Demolition & the Gardens – Salt Lake Clinic Construction Phase 3

25 May 2012

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Demolition & the Gardens – Salt Lake Clinic Construction Phase 3

The third phase of the Salt Lake Clinic construction project is now underway. This phase includes the demolition of the old clinic building and the completion of landscaping and site work in this area. If you need to contact IHC regarding this work, please go to this site to ask a question or make a […]

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University Historic District Expansion

8 May 2012

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University Historic District Expansion

    OH_6.24.10_Univ_Exp  

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November 13th, The SLC Planning Commission will review two set back exception requests for the Eco Loft Apartments 440 South 900 East

6 November 2011

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November 13th, The SLC Planning Commission will review two set back exception requests for the Eco Loft Apartments 440 South 900 East

In the city’s new TSA (Transit Station Area) zoning district, the front setback for this property would stipulate that at least 50% of the front building wall be within 5 feet of the front property line.  The proposed setback is 28 feet for the entire front wall.  An easement for the Salt Lake/Jordan canal (piped […]

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Olympic Legacy Project

11 October 2011

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Olympic Legacy Project

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McClelland Trail (Salt Lake City Canal)

11 October 2011

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McClelland Trail (Salt Lake City Canal)

Salt Lake City Old Water Conveyance Systems Early water conveyance systems (1847 – 1909) serve the City’s residents. LeRoy W. Hooton, Jr. Originally posted on June 23, 2007 Revised and posted on October 8, 2009 Ditches and Canals   The 28-mile Jordan & Salt Lake City Canal conveyed up to 150 cfs of Utah Lake […]

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Parking Lot Screening Ideas

11 October 2011

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Parking Lot Screening Ideas

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100 or 200 South to connect downtown Salt Lake to the U?

1 October 2011

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100 or 200 South to connect downtown Salt Lake to the U?

The Salt Lake City Transportation is conducting an alternatives analysis to determine, among other things, the best route to connect downtown to the U. See the map here: EastWestCandidateStreets300S090313 Let your voice be heard by posting on Open City Hall http://www.slcgov.com/opencityhall or contacting the Salt Lake City Transportation Division Julianne Sabula at 801535-6678 or by email at julianne.sabula@slcgov.com. […]

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Law School Construction Update

18 September 2011

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Law School Construction Update

TO OUR CAMPUS NEIGHBORS September 18, 2013   As construction on the University of Utah’s new S.J. Quinney College of Law building continues, we want to inform you of upcoming activity around the construction site.     Road closure to connect new building to storm drain and sewer line:   From Friday, September 20 at […]

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Important meeting September 18 7:30-8 p.m.

1 September 2011

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Important meeting September 18 7:30-8 p.m.

(These pictures show two of the three homes that would be demolished, the adjoining empty lot and some of the surrounding neighborhood.)   Dear Friends and Neighbors, The East Central Community Council Executive Board would like to invite you to hear a presentation by Prescott Muir, Principal and Founder of Prescott Muir Architects. Prescott represents […]

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