Rich Moore

Square ousting strip mall

Urban living is coming to suburban Midvale.     Developers are planning a sizable mixed-use project that could become a cornerstone for transit-oriented development around one of Midvale’s two TRAX stations. Read Story (Courtesty Salt Lake Tribune)

An Inorganic Solution For An Organic Movement

UTAH STORIES – According to Taubman and CCRI (the primary developers of the new City Creek Center project in Downtown Salt Lake City) The second level of retail space is a key component to the overall success of the project to attract 10 million visitors annually to Salt Lake City. This second level will allow… Read more »

General Growth moves ahead on Utah urban center

NEW URBAN NEWS – AThe $552 million redevelopment of Cottonwood Mall in Holladay, Utah (see plan and images on this page and on home page), is rapidly moving forward. The project represents a shift towards mixed-use development by General Growth Properties (GGP), the nation’s second largest mall owner. Read More Courtesy of David Carrico and… Read more »

Attend Capitol Discovery Day for a Fabulous Conclusion to Utah State Capitol Reopening!

UTAH HERITAGE FOUNDATION – Utah’s historic State Capitol has been closed for renovation since August 7, 2004. After over $200 million and nearly four years of construction, the building is now open for rediscovery. Children and their parents are invited to take part in history as Capitol Discovery Day celebrates the completed restoration on Saturday,… Read more »

Waterfall, trees among features of City Creek

SALT LAKE TRIBUNE – A mechanized roof patterned after Safeco Field in Seattle. Eight street-facing restaurants – open Sundays – with sidewalk seating and valet. Scores of water features, including a stream alongside the food court, and an 18-foot cascading waterfall. And, double the amount of trees downtown. Read More

2007 a year of new projects for Lehi City

 DAILY HERALD – Without a doubt, Lehi’s top 10 stories for 2007 would have to include the Lehi Project, a Frank Gehry Architects sports and entertainment planned commercial and residential community.  Read More

Worker housing requested

The Empire Pass developers want to build a workforce-housing project on the southeastern edge of Old Town, positioning the units just off Marsac Avenue and across the street from neighbors. Read Story

Downtown green: Eco-friendly housing projects becoming an urban trend

Downtown Salt Lake City is becoming one of the most environmentally friendly places to live in the state, according to city leaders and real estate developers.”Residential is the hot thing right now (downtown),” said Downtown Alliance economic-development manager Carla Wiese. “The green building movement is really big right now.” Read Story  Here is another story… Read more »

Remodeling offers plenty of ways to go green

DESERET MORNING NEWS – Global warming, green building, energy efficient. These buzzwords have people thinking green. And the green-building movement, which has picked up speed over the past 10 years, is at your doorstep in the form of your next remodeling project.  Read Story