Commission Gives Initial Approval for Large Sugar House Project

June 29, 2017

Building Salt Lake

Developers can now move forward on the redevelopment of the former Shopko site in Sugar House, but a few restrictions remain. On Wednesday, the Salt Lake City Planning Commission approved with conditions a conditional building and site design review (CBSDR) for the three-building development proposed for a nine-acre parcel on the 2200 South block between 1300 East and Highland Drive. The project, by developers Sentinel Development in collaboration with real estate investment company Westport Capital Partners, will consist of a medical building and outpatient clinic run by the University of Utah, an office building, residential building, parking podium and two new streets. While the CBSDR approval allows developers to begin construction once building permits are approved, the developers will need to return for to the Planning Commission for approval of ground floor elements in portions of the development before a certificate of occupancy can be issued.

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