After years of delay, the Book Cliffs Lodge Apartments appear back on track in Ballpark (Housing Authority of Salt Lake City)

Date Published: 
January 22nd, 2020

From Building Salt Lake:

More than two years after it received approval to move ahead, the Housing Authority of Salt Lake City announced on Thursday it was breathing new life into its stalled multi-family project in the city’s Ballpark neighborhood.

The Book Cliffs Lodge, which has been planned as affordable housing for American Indians, will be built as planned near 1150 S. West Temple, Dan Nackerman, executive director of the authority, told the Ballpark residents at a monthly community council meeting. 

After two failed attempts to secure public funding to keep rents down for the entire development, Nackerman said, the development will now include 55 units, half of which will be market-rate rentals and half affordable to those making 60-80% AMI. 

Most of the units will be one-bedroom, “relatively small” apartments, Nackerman said, and the development will include 31 parking stalls.

Read Building Salt Lake's article "After years of delay, the Book Cliffs Lodge Apartments appear back on track in Ballpark," featuring the Housing Authority of Salt Lake City.

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