Third Sun

Third Sun

June 01, 2021

The Birdie

June 01, 2021

The Exchange

The Exchange is a transit-oriented development on a prominent corner of Salt Lake City’s civic mall. Consisting of two buildings on a 2.2-acre site along the TRAX light rail system, the project will house residential units, street-front retail space, and The Shop co-working space.

The development includes an international food hall and marketplace within the retail space that will be run in partnership with the International Rescue Committee’s Spice Kitchen business incubator program.

The energy-efficient apartments will be offered as a mix of studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom floorplans. Approximately 50% of residences will be affordable to households ranging from 40%-80% of the area median income.

June 01, 2021

The Olive

June 01, 2021

The Revival

June 01, 2021

Union Pacific Hotel

June 01, 2021

The Beverly

Comprised of 4 buildings.

Downtown SLC Open Streets - 
Closed to cars. Open for fun.

It’s time to come out and play in the street! Downtown SLC’s Main Street will be closed to cars and transformed into a pedestrian promenade each Thursday, Friday and Saturday from noon - close this summer.  Restaurants, bars and shops between 400 South and South Temple will extend their service onto the sidewalks. Musicians and other artists will welcome everyone each night.

Performers on the Promenade 
Downtown’s spacious Main Street corridor will be animated with buskers, activations and art performances from Exchange Place to City Creek Center between 6pm and 10pm (Thursday, Friday and Saturday).

Dozens of restaurants and bars
Over 150 restaurants and bars and over 100 local and downtown-only retailers are excited to welcome you back downtown

Discover Downtown 

Share the fun. Enter to win.
Share your Open Streets experience with us by using #OpenStreetsSLC on Instagram and you’ll be automatically entered to win prizes from downtown businesses.

Play safe. Play courteous. 
Please join us and help us create a safe experience for everyone! While CDC guidelines do not require masks outdoors, we request that you use face coverings where physical distancing is not possible. Please note that most restaurants and shops require face coverings within their premises.




Where do I park, how can I get around?

  • On-street paid parking throughout downtown
  • City Creek Center (First two hours are free!)
  • Paid parking garages are accessible via Gallivan Ave and Exchange Place
  • TRAX, Frontrunner and UTA busses (enjoy the free fare zone)
  • GREENbike 
  • Rideshare Services (Lyft, Uber)

Will ADA accommodations be provided?

Open Streets is for everyone. Main Street will have ADA ramps and access to all businesses.

Are masks required?

Per new CDC guidelines, masks are welcome but not required outdoors. However, many restaurants and shops require face coverings within their premises. Courteous compliance at businesses is appreciated.

What will I find at Open Streets?

You will find outdoor dining, music, buskers, dancers and all kinds of friendly people that have been cooped up for a year!, Open Streets is an invitation for everyone to safely enjoy downtown.

I’m a downtown business owner, how can I participate?

We encourage all downtown businesses to appeal to the thousands of people that come downtown for Open Streets each week. Use your social media, signs, merchandising, programming and customer base to associate your business with #OpenStreetsSLC activations.

Main Street businesses can find information and permitting requirements in the Open Streets Merchant Packet. Businesses can contact to learn more.

I am a downtown property owner, who can I contact with questions?

Contact to learn more. 

Barricades will block auto traffic on Main Street in both directions between Main Street and 400 South from noon until business close (around 1:00 am) on activation days (Th, Fr, Sa). Cross streets will remain open. 

Please contact for any questions about traffic or other impacts to downtown property owners.

How can I help spread the word about Open Streets?

Tell your friends and family! Share your experience by using the hashtag #OpenStreetsSLC on Instagram.

Open Streets Media Kit


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May 05, 2021

Astra Tower

The Astra Tower at nearly 680,000 square feet and 39 floors of luxury apartments, communal amenities and private parking, the new downtown icon will exceed 400 feet in height will contribute to the downtown skyline. The program includes 377 studios, one, two- and three-bedroom apartments crowned with two levels of exclusive penthouse units. The residential program will have over 40,000 square feet of communal amenities on three different floors. Amenities will include an elevated urban park on top of the seven-level parking structure, a full-service fitness center with a separate multipurpose studio and a club house with chef kitchen. A mezzanine work lounge with conference rooms will be located on level nine. Level 22 will feature an outdoor pool and terrace adjacent to a spa and wellness center with lockers and private treatment rooms. The penthouse residents will have access to an exclusive sky lounge located on level 39 with a private demo kitchen and entertainment room. The amenity program will be topped with a 4,000 square foot roof terrace that will provide panoramic views of the Salt Lake valley and Wasatch Front to all residents. The extensive amenity program will be complemented with an unparalleled service support that will include 24-hour concierge service, package delivery, dry cleaning services, pet spas and other services that will make the urban living experience uniquely luxurious and convenient. The project will seek LEED Gold Certification.

The latest addition to the city’s urban hub. The Charles offers residents the chance to live in the new heart of Salt Lake City – The West Quarter. Located between the Gateway and Downtown, The West Quarter combines the best that SLC has to offer. It’s where art meets history and culture meets convenience. Here, you’re just steps from shops, restaurants and historical sites, and minutes from the mountains. No matter your lifestyle, The West Quarter is the city’s best place to work, live, and connect. The Charles is named after jazz greats Charlie Parker and Charles Mingus – two brilliant composers and improvisers who pushed the boundaries of music and culture. At The Charles, we carry on their tradition as a place where diverse people and ideas come together in perfect harmony. Our neighborhood in the former Warehouse District has been the city’s melting pot for 150 years. And today, The Charles offers urban dwellers a welcoming, diverse, and vibrant place to build a life in the new West Quarter however they see fit.

May 05, 2021

Avia Apartments

Avia is a mixed-use, mixed-income project set to be complete in spring 2021. It will feature luxury apartments and amenities at the top of the Salt Lake City market. The community will include on-site parking, mountain views, and an international food hall. Avia is part of a new way to live and work in the heart of Salt Lake City, one that combines residences, shared workspace, and retailers to serve as a cornerstone of the area’s ongoing growth. Avia anchors a $124.3M mixed-use, transit-oriented development from Domain, with a prime location along the TRAX line and steps from the city’s landmarks. This convenient, comprehensive, energy-efficient, and exceptionally-designed community will be capable of supporting a wide range of residents with new apartment communities and businesses when complete in spring 2021.