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We gathered last night at the Pickle Factory to go over the final release of the charrette book, and talk/ brainstorm about near-term projects that came out of the charrette that we're tackling as a neighborhood, and of course, to eat, drink an be…Continue
Added by James Alfandre on December 13, 2012 at 1:30am — No Comments
How cool is this? It's an art installation in the city of Agueda, Portugal and you can read more about it here.
Maybe this is something we can try on a smaller scale for…Continue
Dekalb Market in Brooklyn, NY has been an example we've used to explain how Granary Row might work logistically (fire code, building code, ADA, permitting, etc.) and I have been in touch with the firm who operated Dekalb to see if we could receive guidance in our quest to get Granary Row permitted. As a note, the City…Continue
This is a great documentary on an urban revitalization project in the Netherlands. Something we're facing here in the Granary. There are some really incredible ideas from how to revitalize an under-utilized area through great design, collaboration, creating diversity, using existing…Continue
919 Gale Street
Large Eco Friendly Townhouse Apt- One Bed/One Bath $800
Completely remodeled architectural gem with all the amenities and a huge outdoor space. Located on a quiet mixed-use street in Downtown Salt Lake City’s up and coming Granary District.
Check out what Jeff White put together. Awesome job, Jeff!
Meeting with Mayor Becker on September 14th, but we've had some very positive meeting with City Council members Kyle LaMalfa and Luke Garrott, and other City officials.
Keep your fingers crossed!
Added by James Alfandre on September 4, 2012 at 11:30am — No Comments
We had a great turnout and a great meeting on the evening of the 26th at the Pickle Factory to discuss the final design and mission statement of Granary Row.
Granary Row came out of the week-long Granary…Continue
Added by James Alfandre on August 8, 2012 at 8:00pm — No Comments
It's long, but VERY Good! We're working on starting the implementation of charrette outcomes like Granary Row (the container semi-temporary development…Continue
Added by Pete Federman on July 5, 2012 at 8:24pm — No Comments
Thanks to Kevin Blalock, Jeff White, the Pickle Factory for their support. What a time! And it was successful for a number of reasons. First, a lot of people came! People who have been…Continue
Added by James Alfandre on June 18, 2012 at 1:30pm — No Comments
Some think the Granary is a food desert, but we know that's not true! M. Flores and the other surrounding bodegas offer some great produce, groceries and tamales on…Continue
Added by James Alfandre on June 14, 2012 at 11:20pm — No Comments
This is the inside of the Hyde Building, just north of the Pickle Factory. Amazing, isn't it? At the charrette we talked about how to get more vacant buildings occupied in an efficient, cost-effective, safe way.
Wouldn't you love to live or work in the space when it's finished? Some good people are already…Continue
Added by James Alfandre on June 7, 2012 at 9:16pm — No Comments
This sounds interesting, especially as we move forward with designing further the neighborhood organizing elements that came out of the charrette (inter-block connections, plaza, etc.)
I'll be out of town, but if someone decides to go, take notes! and report…
Added by James Alfandre on May 31, 2012 at 1:00pm — No Comments
After some scheduling conflicts, we finally had the opportunity to meet and discuss one of the main next steps post-charrette: The festival street (need to come up with a better name for it) located between 300 and 400 West on 700 South. Thank you to the Barretts for hosting again at the Utah Pickle Factory, Doug…Continue
Added by James Alfandre on May 30, 2012 at 6:00pm — No Comments
I really liked the plan for the Festival Street that we discussed last night and what Christian said about making the GD the place where the local economy lives!
It would be great to see a retail space for local makers and artists to feature and sell their work. This combined with…Continue
Just wanted to forward this blog post on to ya'll.
I don't remember if this was the one that James came across, but Derek Sivers posted it on Facebook today and it reminded me how cool these are. The "I wish this was" stickers in action:
I really think it would be a cool idea to get some people to pitch in on a few boxes of these.