Market Rate Housing - Salt Lake City

  • Metro Salt Lake City Apartments Sell for $52M

    Marcus & Millichap arranged the deal in Utah's capital city, which has seen considerable population growth since 2010.

    11 August 2016 11:05
  • Utah PaperBox Site Ready To Become Mixed-Use Development

    ClearWater Homes and PEG Development are teaming up with VCBO Architecture on a new residential development in downtown Salt Lake City.

    25 January 2016 16:49
  • Sandy Community Underway Now that Financing Is in Place

    Dekel Capital provides two loans to get community closer to reality.

    23 November 2015 12:20
  • Utah Market Heats Up with Three SLC-Area Properties Trading Hands

    Berkadia helped arrange financing and deals for three different Utah properties as investors find new love for SLC real estate opportunities.

    20 November 2015 11:08
  • Gelt Not Salty at All on Salt Lake City

    Two multifamily properties in the Salt Lake City area changed ownership.

    06 July 2015 10:26
  • Utah Poised to Build on 2013′s $1.3B Commercial Investment

    2014 is shaping up to be an important year for Salt Lake City’s real estate market in terms of both residential and commercial sectors. However, it should be noted that 2013 was also a good year for the real estate market. According to the Salt Lake Tribune, the state has seen its best investment figures since before the economic downturn. Last year saw $1.3 billion be poured into the state’s commercial market. That same source writes that, should the amount of available properties have been higher, the figure would have also been considerably larger.

    17 January 2014 00:02
  • Orem Approves Mixed-Use Plan for University Mall; State Weighs Relocating Utah State Prison in Draper

    As Utah has seen its profile as a tech market become more and more of a draw, local authorities are trying to make sure that they facilitate the creation of the proper environment to make more growth possible. Now, as the state’s job market is one of the healthiest in the entire country, and Salt Lake City, the largest city in Utah, is set to have one of the best office markets in 2014, policies are being drawn up to attract further interest to the area’s tech market. However, a major hurdle is in the way of one of the most important development areas for SLC’s tech market, the Standard-Examiner writes.

    20 December 2013 00:04
  • Metro Salt Lake City M-F Market Keeps Gathering Steam: Cushman & Wakefield

    The city’s apartment market is rarely taken to the forefront of real estate news but Cushman & Wakefield’s annual Apartment Market Report has shed some light on the state of Salt Lake City’s residential market. The report contains important information regarding apartment vacancy and rental stats, while also including a positive projection for 2014. The real estate company focused on mid to large apartment communities in Salt Lake County.

    26 September 2013 17:26
  • Anderson Development Details Plans for Mixed-Use Project at Geneva Steel Site

    Set to become the new development hotbed for the Salt Lake area, the site of the former Geneva Steel plant has been in the news for a number of times over the past years. After the collapse of the Real Salt Lake stadium project, Anderson Development had recalibrated its sights and decided to get a massive mixed-use community to the 100 acres of land available at the site. Now, a number of retailers and developers have projects lined up, finally populating the Geneva Steel master planned community’s development pipeline.

    16 September 2013 15:10
  • County Rejects Bid for Tavaci Rezoning; McKay-Dee Hospital Kicks Off Expansion

    The Salt Lake County Council has recently dealt another serious blow to real estate developer Terry Diehl’s ambitions as it voted 4-3 against the request to change the zoning on the Tavaci property. For a while now, the developer has voiced his intentions to develop larger buildings than originally planned at the site he owns near Big Cottonwood Canyon. With the new targeted height for development set at 100 feet, the community reacted, and according to examiner.com, a number of members of the public took to the stand and testified for around three hours against the rezoning plan.

    16 August 2013 23:01