The Planning Commission approved SH Fire Station design July 13.
On August 9, the City Council will hold a Public Hearing for the rezone of 2036 and 2036 South 1300 East from R/O to CB. These lots will be used as a parking lot for a future CVS pharmacy to be built where the car wash is at 2100 South and 1300 East.
On August 10, at 7 p.m. in room 315 of the City Building, the Planning Commission will hold a public hearing for the project at 640 East Wilmington Avenue. This is a proposal to build 70 town homes has been submitted to Salt Lake City for the property located at 640 E Wilmington Ave. There are 9 different structures and each of them will be 35′ in height. A total of 79 parking stalls are proposed for the residents and 9 for visitors within the development. (see our website for details).
At the July LUZ meeting, we heard a presentation by Boulder Ventures to build the Sugarmont Apartments at 2189 S McClelland Street. This development will be 85 feet tall, have 352 apartment units,(34 – studio, 206 – 1 bedroom, 93 – 2 bedroom, and 19 townhouse, and 460 parking stalls for tenants. No parking for any retail customers. For more details, see the proposal on our website www.sugarhousecouncil.org.
We recently received a proposal for a Marriott Springhill Suites hotel to be located east of the former Toys R Us store and west of TacoBell. This will be a 126 room 6 story hotel. The applicant is requesting a Planned Development due to the modifications to the building step-back requirements for public streets along Wilmington Avenue where the parking garage entrance will be. Other modifications to the glass frontage requirements, occupiable street facing uses, and, public open space are being sought through the Conditional Building and Site Design Review process. More details our our website www.sugarhousecouncil.org.
And, the SHCC has received official notice that Craig Mecham has filed to construct an office building The Dixon Medical Building at the site where Fats Grill was located. This project will also include the demolition of the current Dixon Building currently home to Omar’s, One World Gift, etc.
This development is solely for office space and the University of Utah medical clinic will be the primary tenant. This will include an ambulatory drop off and pick up area, which requires a conditional use regarding the set back. You can read the Dixon Medical Bldg Project Description and the Dixon Medical Bldg Site Plan to get more information. We have asked for better renderings and were told that they would have them available at the LUZ meeting.
This project will be comprised of the following: 105′ in height,150,000 square feet of office space, 3 levels of underground parking
300 parking spaces are required they will have 432 spaces.
The original Tap Room will remain in place and open for business.
The Agenda for the SHCC Land Use and Zoning meeting at 6 p.m. on August 15 will be:
- Springhill Suites, and
- Dixon Medical Building