SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) – A ceremonial groundbreaking was held Wednesday evening for a new mixed-use development project in the West Capitol Hill neighborhood.

Members of the Salt Lake City Council were on-hand for the Harvest at Marmalade presentation.

The new development will comprise of three mixed-used building with 252 apartments, 12 office units and 2,400 square feet of commercial space.

Harvest is the third piece of the four-part Marmalade Block Development. The first, the Marmalade Branch of the Salt Lake City Public Library was completed in 2016, and the second, the Grove at Marmalade Townhomes completed in fall 2018.

“The library which was built about three years ago has really provided kind of a central hub for the community to gather around. And we feel like the addition of this project is really just going to complete that focus and really have a transformational effect on the Marmalade Community,” said Micah Peters, CEO of Clearwater Homes.

The fourth component, an inner-block public plaza featuring green space and public art, will be constructed following Harvest’s completion.


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