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This project was approved by the Planning Commission.
1701 S 1100 East (Former Salt Lake Costume Building) has filed an application for a Planned Development to renovate the existing building into 19 apartment units. This is a Planned Development because they want decorative balconies and planters that project 18” into the required front and corner side yard, 5’ of additional building height, and 3 water tower stealth antennas on the roof of the building.
To learn more, attend a community meeting hosted by the Sugar House Community Council and East Liberty Park Community Organization
When: August 21, 2017, 6 p.m.
Where: Forest Dale Club House
In addition, you are welcome to attend one or more of these meetings, and/or provide feedback in the comment form below.
- Aug 17: SLC Open House at the City Building, 451 So State Street. Enter on the 2nd East side, the Open House will be held in the corridor on the 4th Floor.
- Aug 24: East Liberty Park Community Organization meeting, Tracy Aviary 7 p.m.
- Sept 6: Sugar House Community Council meeting at Legacy Village Sugar House at 7 p.m. at 1212 E Wilmington Avenue. The meeting will be held on the 5th floor, in the Fairmont Room. There is ample parking in the parking garage.
The applicant has held off on the initial petition and will be refiling this as a Planned Unit Development. It will come back through the SHCC at that time.
The SHCC has been given notice of a petition to rezone 1316 E Downington Ave. The request will allow a building up to 30 feet and the proposed project calls for 3 townhomes. The following documents were what is filed with the city and given to the SHCC. Unfortunately there is no rendering to actually show us what the project will look like or function with relationship to the neighborhood or the street. The developer will be at the August 21st Land Use & Zoning Committee meeting at Sprague Library. This meeting is open to the public and we encourage you to come and ask questions and get more information and give us feedback.
Rezone petitions will go before the Planning Commission for a recommendation and then go to the City Council for final approval.
The following was received in newsletter form from Salt Lake City. We wanted to share it with everyone interested in receiving more information about this proposal. It also highlights opportunities to gather input from the public. A public hearing will be held Thursday, June 22. Stop by between 6-7:30 pm at Architectural Nexus, 2505 Parleys Way. You can also leave us a comment that will be submitted to the Transportation Dept.
The planning commission voted June 28th to approve this project. There are some conditions that the developer will need to return to the PC with for final approval. See the approval letter to read more about the conditions.
This proposal will be on the June 28th Planning Commission meeting. The final decision/approval will be made at this meeting. They are open to the public for comment.
The agenda is not published yet, but you can check closer to the meeting.
As of June 7, 2017 the developer has submitted updated plans for the planning commission meeting. You can view some photos of those renderings. This must be approved by the planning commission. All new comments will be submitted by the SHCC to the planning office so please let us know what you think.
The owners of the ShopKo block have submitted their proposal to SLC Planning for approval. They are requesting a Planned Development and Conditional Building and Site Design Review to build two office buildings with parking structures, and a multi-family residential building with ground floor retail.
The Planned Development review is related to the location of the two office buildings as they do not have frontage on a public street. New buildings in this configuration are typically required to go through Planned Development review.. Your comments and feedback regarding this point would be helpful to hear.
The Conditional Building and Site Design review is related to the buildings being over 50 feet in height. All buildings over 50′ in the Sugar House Business District-1 zone are required to go through the Conditional Building and Site Design Review (CBSDR) process. While the height is allowed in the zone, the overall project must be reviewed for compliance with the CBSDR standards and other guidelines from the Sugar House Master Plan. The developer has been doing putting together their proposal and you can see more at their website http://www.sugarhousehello.com. You can also read the Shopko_Input Letter and the information sheet given to us by SLC Planning.
The applicant will be coming to attend the Land Use & Zoning Committee meeting May 15th at Sprague Library at 6:00 pm. This is open to all Sugar House residents and we urge you to come if you are interested in learning more and giving feedback. More time is allotted to committee meetings. A shorter presentation will be given at the general meeting June 7th at Sprague Library. If you cannot attend or wish to provide feedback you can use the comment form below. All comments are collected by the SHCC and given to the Planning Commission as part of our community feedback.