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A very large tourist attraction has recently hit the heart of Salt Lake City. City Creek was opened in early 2012 and covers nearly 20 acres of downtown Salt Lake City.
The City Creek Center is part of an estimated $5 billion sustainable design project to revitalize downtown Salt Lake City. The City Creek Center project itself has been estimated to cost around $1.5 billion
The huge mall is unbelievably gorgeous and has so much to offer. Several elements of the landscape support the overall concept of urban living, with pocket parks, roof gardens, and a 1.2 km river roam throughout the mall. The skybridge is another beautiful Architectural design in the center of city Creek. The skybridge connects the 2 upper floors of the shopping center across Main Street and acts as a pedestrian connector. The structure itself weighs 320,000 pounds and includes roof panels that can be opened, glass walls and interior benches.
The main function of City Creek is of course the stores. The amazing thing about City Creek is the blend of shopping options. There are so many that vary from high quality extravagant stores such as Michael Kors and Porsche Design to many reasonable and affordable stores like H&M and Clarks.
There are also many Utah-First stores residing in City Creek like Tiffany and Co. and Steve Madden, which brings people from all over Utah and across the country in to check them out.
If you love the shopping and beauty of Downtown Salt Lake and City Creek all together you can just move right in! There are approximately 300 housing units, consisting of condos and apartments, in the City Creek Center. They are located in five residential towers
The City Creek has been a major impact to the downtown market and put Salt Lake City on the forefront of the National Scene.
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