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Lowe, BCG Holdings, Q Factor Break Ground on $144M Post House Mixed-Use Project in Salt Lake City

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Designed by MVE + Partners, Post House will feature 580 residential units, 22,405 square feet of retail space and 86,000 square feet of private and public outdoor space. (Rendering credit: MVE + Partners)

SALT LAKE CITY — A partnership between Lowe Property Group, BCG Holdings and Q Factor has broken ground on Post House. The mixed-use, pedestrian-friendly development will be located in Salt Lake City’s downtown Post District.

MVE + Partners designed Post House, which will feature five buildings offering a total of 580 residential units, 22,405 square feet of retail space and 86,000 square feet of private and public outdoor space. Completion of the 488,765-square-foot project is scheduled for spring 2023, with the first residential and retail units slated to open in spring 2022.

The current site holds features a variety of existing mixed-use industrial buildings, including the Newspaper Agency Corp. Building, that will be integrated into the community’s plan. The community’s walkable ground level will include 22,000 square feet of retail space, including Post House Market, a multi-tenant market hall.

Comprising 461,921 square feet of rentable space, Post House Apartments will offer units ranging from 385 square feet to 2,030 square feet. Amenities will include lofts and private outdoor space, including four rooftop decks with firepits, bars, lounges, seating and barbecue grills. Additionally, the property will feature two private outdoor courtyards featuring a series of indoor/outdoor pools and a 5,604-square-foot fitness center.

The development team includes Loft Six Four, Wenk & Associates and McNeil Engineering.

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