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Nine35 Lofts – New development planned 41 South 900 East

2 December 2015

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Nine35 Lofts – New development planned 41 South 900 East

The former Hill Haven Desert Rehab Center (41 South 900 East) and the house just south of the building on 900 East have been acquired for a potential redevelopment project. The developer is interested in providing something that will be a positive addition to the neighborhood. Their goals is approximately 100 units with construction beginning […]

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Safe Passage for Pedestrians across Dangerous “Hot Spots” in the ECC

10 October 2015

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Safe Passage for Pedestrians across Dangerous “Hot Spots” in the ECC

With the highest density in the City and seven arterial streets/ highways cutting through all of it’s neighborhoods,  the ECC launches a campaign to request more be done to provide safe passage for all pedestrians. See the summary of the ten year plan and what is left to be done here: CIP 2013 Pedestrian Safety […]

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University Neighborhood Community Garden July 3, 2015

3 July 2015

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University Neighborhood Community Garden July 3, 2015

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Newsflash: The City gives a positive response to our request for Safe Passage for Pedestrians on 100 South and South Temple!

28 August 2014

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Newsflash: The City gives a positive response to our request for Safe Passage for Pedestrians on 100 South and South Temple!

Last week the City Council approved capital improvement projects through out the city including several that respond directly to our request for safe passage across the arterial  streets that run through East Central. The City Council allocated:  $50,000 to provide for installation of pedestrian-activated flashing LED warning lights at crosswalks on 100 South at 1000 […]

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Commitment to Peaceful Neighbor to Neighbor Mitigations

5 August 2013

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Commitment to Peaceful Neighbor to Neighbor Mitigations

Less Concrete. This driveway looks to be a carpet of green grass but actually utilized pavers with the capacity for heavy trucks and cranes. Screening Ideas. Can be used as a trellis, or to block out unsightly equipment. : Way Finding: Birming, lowering the site, utilizing the grade and slope for parking and lessening the […]

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University to Downtown Bikeway

14 April 2013

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University to Downtown Bikeway

The Salt Lake Transportation Division has completed a preliminary corridor evaluation for a University to Downtown Bikeway. The City says that the University to Downtown corridor is a key corridor for bicyclists, and the City wishes to provide a “better than a bike lane” connection using a progressive bikeway design similar to others being implemented […]

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Holy Cross Chapel Restoration Project

4 April 2013

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Holy Cross Chapel Restoration Project

The Historic Holy Cross Chapel is a beautiful, historic building that provides an interfaith sanctuary of solitude and comfort for patients, families, staff, visitors, and friends. Construction began in 1901 and dedicated in April 14, 1904   The chapel was created as part of the Holy Cross Hospital, first established in 1875 by the Sisters […]

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Proposed Condo Development: 1075 East 800 South

19 March 2013

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Proposed Condo Development: 1075 East 800 South

A new condo development called Arlington Park is being proposed in our community at 1075 East 800 South. The applicant is requesting the following: 1.  A special exception to increase the allowed height 2.  A planned development for more than one principal building on a lot (they are proposing 3) 3.  A planned development to […]

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Sugar House Streetcar – 1100 East to 1700 South and eventually on to 900 South and beyond or east on 2100 South

14 March 2013

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Sugar House Streetcar – 1100 East to 1700 South and eventually on to 900 South and beyond or east on 2100 South

Salt Lake City, South Salt Lake, and UTA are developing a streetcar line in the Sugar House area. This is an ongoing project and you are invited to join in the process to contribute your ideas and thoughts. The City Council will make the final determination of the “locally preferred alternative” to extend the Sugar […]

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University Student Project pitches a wide variety of ideas from neighbors and other cities for enhancing the University Gardens Neighborhood

11 March 2013

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University Student Project pitches a wide variety of ideas from neighbors and other cities for enhancing the University Gardens Neighborhood

Salt Lake City Workshop students Alex Roy, Alev Bilginsoy, and Mike Lynch present ideas they gathered from the neighbors and other cities for enhancing the University Gardens Neighborhood. See the complete presentation here: AlexRoy_AlevBilginsoy_MikeLynch_Students

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