The Granary District

Creating walkable, urban, human-centered neighborhoods in the Granary District.

Quinn McCallum-Law
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  • Salt Lake City, UT
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I am a proponent of good design; an opponent to bad design; a proponent of New-Urban-Modernism or rather Neo-Modernism I am a resident of the Granary here because of the great opportunity our city has to build something other than faux historicism and surburbs. I am a New-Urban-Modernism and urban planning enthusiast.
Do you own a business or property in the Granary District? And if so, what business or property?
Triplex, 915-919 S Gale Street. Simian Prototecture; MCL Developments;

Quinn McCallum-Law's Blog

Salt Lake City's Neighborhood business conference:

I heard about this on the radio this morning. I thought there may be a few current and prospective tenants of The Granary that would be interested. Its free and open to the public but space is limited.

Taken from website:

As part of an effort to support the thriving local economy and the community it fosters, Salt Lake City Corporation has teamed up with Local First Utah and Vest Pocket Business Coalition to host the 3rd Annual Neighborhood Business…

Posted on April 23, 2012 at 11:51am — 1 Comment

Familiarizing us with some of the bicycle initiatives and complete streets ideas

Fresh from the Kona Productions Crew, How Bikes Make Cities Cool – Portland, is a five-minute mini documentary that explores the thriving bicycle culture resident to one of North America’s most progressive metropolises. Filmed entirely by bike, with support from longtime Kona Portland dealer Sellwood Cycles and resident Team Kona athletes Erik Tonkin and Matthew Slaven, we spent…


Posted on March 29, 2012 at 9:39pm — 5 Comments

Ted Talks on neighborhood revitalization- Take the Initiative


A short little video mirroring the initiatives being taken in the Granary!


An accompanying article on

Posted on March 26, 2012 at 1:53pm

Nothing but raw potential

The Granary District, what an area. Full of raw potential, something I can identify with. It has such a beauty underneath the superficiality of grit and grime. Some, including myself, even think the grit and grime adds a certain jenesequa to the charm. For young budding designers, artist and everyone else how do we "preserve" this charm and and hidden luster…


Posted on March 20, 2012 at 7:51pm — 1 Comment

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At 1:21pm on February 14, 2011, James Alfandre said…

Hi Quinn,


I just sent you a message, but in case you didn't get it, when is a good time for me to stop by this week, if there is one?



At 4:45pm on March 7, 2011, James Alfandre said…
Hey Quinn, I hope you and Shannon, and anyone else you think of are going to make it to the work meeting this Thursday. We really need your local expertise.
At 3:34pm on May 25, 2012, Susan Anderson said…

Hi Quinn - not many people, even those familiar with the neighborhood know Montrose.  We could nickname it "I had no idea this was here" Court.


I think we (Montrosians) should host some kind of open house to show what a good example of high-density single-family looks like when it's not at all suburban.  We have small houses, limited parking, gardens over "yards" and a true sense of community.  I would not choose to live in multi-family for a variety of reasons and it seems Montrose gives us the best of both.


I have yet to make it to any Granary meetings because of schedule but am very interested, both as a resident, an architect and a potential developer.   I am in regular contact with the RDA and Luke Garrott because sometimes they think they want to take down the building  that provides our wall at the end of the street, our sense of enclosure, it's kind of an "over my dead body" stand I have on that one. 


come by anytime.  I'm at the very end, 241.  Our gardens are great, it's going to look great this summer!


nice to meet you


Susan Anderson

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