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News June 10, 2019

Paperbox Lofts Breaks Ground in Salt Lake City Opportunity Zone

Published by Teresa Garcia on Thursday, June 6, 2019 on https://www.novoco.com/periodicals/articles/paperbox-lofts-breaks-ground-salt-lake-city-opportunity-zone The federal opportunity zones (OZ) incentive is bringing much-needed housing to downtown Salt Lake City. Co-developers PEG Companies (PEG) and ClearWater Homes broke ground in March on Paperbox Lofts, which includes three apartment towers, retail space and a plaza. Located near the Utah Jazz’s […]

News May 29, 2019

CityLift Completes Its First LA Approved Automated Parking System

  City of Los Angeles Grants LARR Approval for CityLift Parking System CityLift Parking, the leading provider of automated parking lift solutions, was granted Los Angeles Research Report (“LARR”) approval for its most recently completed project in Los Angeles. This is the first approval for a 3-level automated puzzle parking system in the City’s history. “CityLift […]

News May 7, 2019

Chestnut Hill: Communal, micro-living project Bento Box readies for opening

By Sandy Mazza, for Nashville Tennessean A new rental housing concept that prioritizes lease flexibility and communal living will open soon in one of Nashville’s littler-known neighborhoods on the outskirts of downtown. Construction is almost finished on Bento Box Living, a sharply angled five-story building, across from Dudley Park in Chestnut Hill. When it begins leasing […]

News March 27, 2019

Salt Lake City’s newest project, the Paper Box Lofts, will include 195 apartments and an ‘automobile vending machine’

  By Tony Semerad for The Salt Lake City Tribune: https://www.sltrib.com/news/2019/03/26/salt-lake-citys-newest/ Developers began Tuesday to convert an old mid-block industrial site in downtown Salt Lake City into a project known as Paper Box Lofts, which will have three residential high rises, retail spaces, a visually striking open plaza and a unique automated parking system. Officials with […]

News February 8, 2019

CityLift Brings Automated Parking to Portland, Oregon

Originally a surface parking lot, located at 1440 NW Overton Street, sits Overton 15, a seven-story mixed-use building comprised of 68 residential units and three ground floor retail spaces designed by Vallaster Corl Architects. Using CityLift’s semi-automated parking system, Overton 15 now has a taste of the future of parking. CityLift’s Three-Level Puzzle automated parking system […]

News January 10, 2019

Taking the Mystery Out of Mechanical and Automated Parking

What makes a mechanical or automated parking solution a viable alternative to traditional parking? In an increasing number of urban areas, site constraints such as limited footprints, height restrictions, the cost of subterranean excavations, etc. can make the cost of providing sufficient parking prohibitive or even impossible. When one or more of these conditions are present, […]

News November 28, 2018

Office Developers Balancing Existing, Future Parking Needs

With the advent of autonomous vehicles, the addition of more public transportation and ride-sharing, Bay Area developers are struggling with how to accommodate existing parking needs while also planning for the future. A majority of Bay Area commuters still use their cars to get to work, but that number is on the decline with more […]

News November 26, 2018

Developers look to expand Central Ninth’s residential offerings

The Central Ninth neighborhood has become one of the city’s biggest success stories in neighborhood revitalization.  The neighborhood is attracting both public and private investment resulting in hundreds of new residential units and dozens of new retail and dining options. Despite the neighborhood’s success,  a stubborn four-block area dominated by car dealerships, vacant buildings and surface lots […]

News November 20, 2018

Mechanized parking system rules get first look

San Mateo Officials Weigh Zones, Operations for Popular Technology used to Store Vehicles By: anna@smdailyjournal.com Whether to limit the construction of mechanized parking systems to downtown or commercial zones in San Mateo and require attendants to be present while they operate were among the considerations city officials weighed this week in reviewing new regulations for the […]

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Commission approves shorter downtown building

Usually, when a developer goes before the Salt Lake City Planning Commission for a height variance, they are requesting additional height.  But developers, CW Urban have argued that building up to the minimum height requirement for a small downtown corner lot would be too difficult.   And during Wednesday’s commission meeting, commission members agreed, unanimously approving […]