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Preservation at Work Project House

Utah Heritage Foundation is continually looking for new ways to help communities realize the benefits of historic preservation. Many of Salt Lake City’s historic neighborhoods have seen an increase in homeowners rehabilitating historic homes and creating pockets of revitalization.

Utah Heritage Foundation has partnered with the Redevelopment Agency of Salt Lake City (RDA) to make a difference in our historic neighborhoods. Officially titled Preservation at Work, these projects will create lasting economic value in a neighborhood revitalization area while also allowing Utah Heritage Foundation to utilize the project for on-site rehabilitation demonstrations. Information and registration for workshops will vary depending on the topic and length of the workshop.

Located between 300 West and the freeway, Pugsley Street has already seen some of the benefits of historic preservation and the completion of the first project house, located at 571 N. Pugsley Street, has helped to propel preservation efforts in this neighborhood.

Our second project with the RDA is located just west of the new Marmalade Branch City Library on Arctic Court. The second project has two components: rehab of a historic 1913 home and construction of a new compatible infill home on the vacant lot next door.

Once the projects are completed, a preservation easement will be put in place, and the house will be sold. Any revenue from the sale will be used towards the next rehabilitation/demonstration property.

Arctic Court Design Competition Winners Announced

Congratulations to the two winners for the Design Competition for the Artic Court Project. 
 
The Jury Award and People's Choice Award were announced at Utah Heritage Foundation's annual Heritage Awards on March 31, 2016.  Over 1,400 people voted online and hundreds visited the new Marmalade Branch City Library to see the entries in person.  Thanks to everyone who participated including the entrants, jury members, and the greater community.
 
JURY AWARD: Kinley C. Puzey
 
Board Entry 9 Jury Award
 
 
PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARD: Evangeloe Neofitos
 
Arctic Court 30x42 Entry 6 Peoples Choice Award
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
 
You can find links to all the entries in the Design Competition here:

You Be The Judge | Arctic Court Design Competition

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Online Voting is Closed

Voting for the People's Choice Award was open from March 7 to 21, 2016

THANK YOU to everyone who participated in Utah Heritage Foundation's first ever Design Competition for a compatible infill home in the Capitol Hill Historic District.  Over 1,400 people voted for the People's Choice Award.

Both the Jury Award and People's Choice Award will be presented at Utah Heritage Foundation's annual Heritage Awards dinner on March 31, 2016.

To purchase tickets to Heritage Awards, click here.

Stay tuned for updates on the Rehabilitation Project and the Infill Project on Arctic Court.

 

Design Competition | Arctic Court

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DESIGN A COMPATIBLE INFILL HOME IN THE CAPITOL HILL HISTORIC DISTRICT,SLC

DEADLINE: February 29, 2016

Utah Heritage Foundation (UHF) and the Salt Lake City Redevelopment Agency (RDA) are pleased to invite architects, designers, students, and amateurs to submit their vision for a new single-family residence on Arctic Court in the Capitol Hill Historic District of Salt Lake City. Compatible infill in historic districts is an important component of preserving our historic neighborhoods, and this competition provides a unique opportunity to showcase ideas for community-centered development.

571 N. Pugsley St

This was the first Preservation at Work partnership project between Utah Heritage Foundation and the Salt Lake City Redevelopment Agency, and both entities were pleased with the outcome of this project after months of hard work.

Before After
571 Pugsley SLC 1 Before Buyer Karen Evans 2