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Stan Penfold, Chair
Lisa Ramsey Adams, Vice Chair

D.J. Baxter, Executive Director

Redevelopment Agency

Office Address
City & County Building
451 South State, Room 418
Salt Lake City, Utah  84111
Mailing Address
PO Box 145518
Salt Lake City UT 84114-5518
Phone Number
801.535.7240
Fax
801.535.7245
Email the RDA
Hours of Operation
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Monday - Friday

 

Central Ninth Development

 

C9 LogoCentral Ninth lies in the middle of the east and west neighborhoods that have long been self-cultivating along 900 South. Central Ninth boasts a unique mix of charming bungalows and tree-lined streets with several bars, and an array of locally-owned restaurants. Central Ninth is home to long-standing local businesses like Henries Dry Cleaner and Kaiser Texas BBQ and neighborhood newcomers Atlas Architects, Blue Copper Coffee Room, and Sage's Cafe. With freeway entrances on two sides, the 9 Line bicycle lanes, and a light rail station at its heart, Central Ninth is one of the most accessible neighborhoods in Downtown Salt Lake City. 

Click here for a map of Central Ninth.

Future Development Opportunities

The first of five development Requests for Proposals (RFPs) were released in 2014 and developers selected. The RDA will release the additional RFPs during 2015 and 2016. For each, the RDA will be requesting proposals that contribute to the activity on the street and increase the number of people that visit, work, or live in Central Ninth through building design, scale, use, and programming. To learn more, see the following power point presentation: Central Ninth Development Presentation (PDF). See the schedule and property details below.

Community-Involved Redevelopment

The RDA has worked closely with the Central Ninth residents and business to plan for the future of this growing neighborhood business node. Community representatives will continue to participate in the selection of development proposals for each site in Central Ninth. The Central Ninth community developed the following narrative to help guide the vision for the neighborhood: 

The Central Ninth neighborhood has the rare quality of being simultaneously quaint and connected. Defined by front porches and single-family dwellings on tree-lined streets and a diverse array of restaurants, Central Ninth is also the home to many locally-owned service providers and small manufacturers. The heart of our neighborhood is characterized by unique gathering places; a coffee shop patio, the community garden, and a recently activated community center at the Local First Utah headquarters. Located just east of the Granary, and south of Downtown, no other area shares such easy access to Trax, the freeway, and city street corridors, as well as being walkable and bikable to the rest of the city. It's easy to get here and we welcome you!

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C9 Schedule of Development Opportunities

 

RDA Property:

Addresses in Assemblage:

Acreage:

Anticipated Dates:
(Proposals are usually due 60-90 days after the request is made.)

1

153 West 900 South
912 South Jefferson St.
916 South Jefferson St.

0.55 acres

Developer Selected: Fall 2014                          Anticipated Construction: Summer 2015

2

836 South Jefferson St.
833 South 200 West
839 South 200 West

0.40 acres

Developer Selected: Spring 2014   Anticipated Construction: Summer 2015

3

873 South 200 West
877 South 200 West

0.23 acres

Request for Proposals: April 2015

4

863 South 200 West
865 South 200 West

0.40 acres

Request for Proposals: April 2015

5

208 West 900 South

0.27 acres

Request for Proposals: Fall 2015

For Your Information: The RDA has additional property in the Granary District just a few blocks west of the above sites. Please see below for more information.
Gale St.



901 South Gale Street



0.26 acres



2-Step Process:
Request for Letters of Interest: April 2015
Based on Letters of Interest received, up to 5 developers/ development teams will be selected to submit project proposals in the next step. The RFP process will be by invitation only. All interested parties must submit a Letter of Interest as requested.

Map of Central Ninth and Relevant Redevelopment Areas (PDF)

Current Development Invitations

The Redevelopment Agency of Salt Lake City (RDA) will be requesting proposals for several of the above listed properties during Spring 2015. To be notified, you must register at www.bidsync.com. Registration is free. All official requests and information will be posted on this site. As a courtesy reminder, we may elect to send an email to interested parties. If you would like to be added to our contact list of developers, property owners, and businesses interested in redevelopment activities, email: ashlie.easterling@slcgov.com.

What Kind of Development Can You Expect?

Proposed developments for the Properties listed above (except Property 2 and Gale St.) must provide one of the following uses:

  • Community Services: A community-oriented service center that provides for the cultural, educational, entrepreneurial, or healthcare needs of the neighborhood. The service center may include a mix of uses.
  • Small Business Opportunities: A commercial development that provides opportunities for startup businesses or established small businesses, and contributes to entrepreneurship in the Central Ninth neighborhood.
  • Neighborhood Services: A predominately commercial mixed-use development that provides opportunities for small locally-owned businesses and includes neighborhood services (e.g., day-care, restaurant, bakery, medical clinic, or market.)
  • Residential: A multi-unit, market-rate residential development with units for sale or rent.
  • Residential Mixed-Use: A predominately residential mixed-use development that provides market-rate units, for sale or rent. If the development is mixed-use the commercial units shall provide space for small locally-owned businesses and may have subsidized rent or sales prices.

Complementary uses, including service-oriented, residential, and/or commercial, can also be incorporated into the project.

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