The Sugar House district is aligned between two parks and has incredible views of the Wasatch Mountains. It is a sought-after neighborhood that includes a mix of housing, shopping, and recreation opportunities. The project incorporates design features that enhance connectivity and create pedestrian corridors to reinforce existing retail activity, reduce congestion, increase parking, and maintain the character in the neighborhood. We believe that bringing high-end office and medical spaces to the neighborhood will attract an educated and affluent workforce and new daytime customers for existing businesses.
Up-to-date renderings of the project
A 170,000 square-foot University of Utah Health Clinic has been announced for the east building on the property. Complimentary retail, such as a cafe and pharmacy, are planned along the first floor of the building. An entrance to the building on the new street has been incorporated into the design.
A multi-tenant office building is planned in the middle of the project. The office building is designed to meet Class A standards to attract knowledge-based industries. In addition to high-end interior finishes, the building is designed to be visible at street level from all four sides.
The entrance and drop-off access to the medical building are shown. A prominent plaza with green space along the west side of the first office building provides respite for pedestrians, employees, and guests. Public artwork has been incorporated into the project plans between the medical and office buildings.
At the street level of the University of Utah Health Clinic. The walkways and crosswalks from the entrances of the clinic are designed to encourage employees and clients to utilize nearby shopping and dining within Sugar House.
A pedestrian view of the project near Payless Shoes at the mid-block of the new street. The large crosswalk and landscaped median slow traffic and provide walkability from the podium parking structure to nearby shopping and dining. In the median, an art deco clock tower provides visual interest on the block and pays homage to Sugar House’s history.
A vehicle view driving westbound along the new street. Left-turn lanes on the street give vehicles easy access to the podium parking structure.
At the street level of the residential building the project includes spaces for local retail with limited outdoor seating. The signage, storefronts, and balconies of the residential units are designed to provide visual variety and interest from the street level. Historical lighting, sidewalks, and landscaping are included in the design.
A view of Ashton Avenue between the multi-tenant office building and Interstate 80. The street is designed to be an entrance for office employees and a PRATT (Parley’s Rails Trails & Tunnels) connection. The updated street will include dedicated bike lanes, sidewalk improvements, bike racks, a rest area and water bottle refill station.
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