Downtown Update - Salt Lake Crossing - The Hardware District, Under Construction
New micro + studio apartment project to test a new niche in the Downtown market
Luke Garrott Reporting - Full Article @ https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/new…wntown-market/
Salt Lake Crossing, a 300 micro-unit and studio rental building in the Hardware District, is being proposed by the area’s master developer, SALT Development.
The Salt Lake Hardware project continues its bold rise between the North Temple Bridge Trax/FrontRunner stop and West High School.
SALT’s 4th West, Hardware East and West buildings have added 906 units to the area so far. Three of its planned five buildings are completed and it’s preparing the fourth – with 300 micro and studio-units only…
…On 1.52 acres, it plans 300 units in a podium + five story building. Half of the units will be micro (228 sf) and half will be studios (470 sf). At 198 units per acre, it is an impressively dense development for the local market.
The new building, designed by local architects Method Studio, is proposing to “face the street” only on the south, one of the short sides of the structure. The south side of the building fronts 200 North and the Hardware West building (with Atlas mural). Salt Lake Crossing will park at a .63 ratio per unit in the two levels of its podium. It resides in the richest transit neighborhood in Utah – TRAX Green Line and FrontRunner commuter rail converge just steps away, while three bus lines link with the FrontRunner station at Salt Lake Hardware’s back door on 490 West.
The south part of the building will be three stories of co-working space nested in a five-story amenities-rich environment, including an oversized roof-top hot tub…
Originally Posted by Atlas
January 23rd - I drove around the city yesterday and I was surprised to see that Salt Development’s “Salt Lake Crossing” project, which is next to the Hardware apartments and North Temple station, is seemingly doing site prep already. Zephyr Lofts is doing prep work too…
SALT Development - Salt Lake Crossing — SALT Dev
Site prep view from the south
Photo By Luke Garrott - Additional Photos @ https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/new…wntown-market/
September 16, 2021
Originally Posted by stayinginformed
I took some pictures of the new hardware station development which broke ground recently.
New (Salt Lake Crossing) Hardware Development from the north
As seen from the south
Photos By Stayinginformed
April 18, 2022
Photos By Luke Garrott @ BuildingSaltLake.com https://www.buildingsaltlake.com/har…e-in-pictures/
November 11, 2022
Photos By Paniolo Man