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New Mixed-Use Community in Salt Lake City Breaks Ground


Lowe Property Group has broken ground on Dixon Place, a 59-unit, Class A development in the heart of Salt Lake City’s Sugar House neighborhood. The six-story, mixed-use community, designed by MVE + Partners, will feature a raw yet sophisticated design that nods to the industrial and artistic heritage of the area.

Comprised of 49k sf of rentable space, the boutique apartment complex will offer 35 one-bedroom and 24 two-bedroom units all featuring full kitchens and bathrooms as well as washer and dryers. The 2.2k sf of ground-floor commercial space will house developer Lowe Property Group’s headquarters, and MVE + Partners will design the interiors of this space in addition to the entire apartment community.

Amenities will include a business lounge and conference room for remote workers, fitness center, no-cost bike share program, a coffee bar and pool table for residents to enjoy. A two-story green wall will serve as a focal point in the lobby space and was inspired by the mountain vegetation surrounding Salt Lake City’s desert environment.

Located at 1034 East Elm Ave, the community aims to attract business professionals, singles and young families. Its name also pays homage to the Dixon family, who previously owned the property as one of the original settlers in the Sugar House neighborhood.

“My wife’s great grandfather, George Dixon, was one of the founders of Sugar House and we are honored to pay tribute to him and the Dixon family for their contributions to the Sugar House community,” said Alex Lowe, principal at Lowe Property Group.

Honoring the area’s industrial past, the 87.9k sf community will feature exposed brick and concrete while incorporating glass and steel elements that add a modern touch. Large windows throughout the community also will provide ample natural light for residents and create an inviting atmosphere that seamlessly incorporates the building into the surrounding community. Completion is expected by Q2 2021.

Highly walkable and accessible to transit, the mixed-use community will be located on the same street as the S. line light rail stop. Sugar House Park and Hidden Hollow Nature Walk are within walking distance, as is the Sugar House neighborhood’s lively nightlife scene featuring breweries, sports bars and chic cocktail lounges. Also nearby are 2100 South and Highland Drive’s galleries, dance venues and vibrant shopping scene complete with thrift stores, indie boutiques and big brand chains.

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