Sunday, March 1, 2009

Salt Lake City meets Dubai


Where rich pioneer heritage meets economically ambitious. Across the street from Temple Square a huge mall is being built. Hopes are that the property will bring back some hussle to downtown.

11 comments:

Basir Seerat's Photography. said...

supper shot , realy realy nice work.

The Passionate Book Worm said...

I'm so excited for this new mall. I hate the outdoor layout of the Gateway and how expensive everything is. I'm glad for a new option.

The Zangs said...

love the lighting in this one ;) great job!

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Blake said...

This is a great shot! I need to get your camera!

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Baroque said...

Awesome shot ... but it makes me sad. The ZCMI center was a rare gem. It was one of very few cast iron fronts still extant (hanging on the building) in a major city outside of SoHo in NYC. Lots of historic small towns will have a few of them, but not the size of the one that was in SLC. Its a crying shame. (I am sure lots of people will think I am crazy ... it just seems like a shame to get rid of a perfectly good historic building)

Dubai Property said...

It makes no sense at all. Has raw material become so cheap that construction right will automatically garuntee profits. Mindless really.

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