Salt Lake City Main Street theater design unveiled

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Francisco Kjolseth | Salt Lake Tribune Architects and City Officials Unveil $ 116 Million Utah Performing Design
Most of the empty space on this architectural model shows the footprint of the new Utah Performing Arts Center to be built in the
Francisco Kjolseth | Salt Lake Tribune architect Cesar Pelli from Argentina, the main architect behind the design of the
Most of the empty space on this architectural model shows the footprint of the new Utah Performing Arts Center to be built in the
Renderings of the Utah Performing Arts Center
Renderings of the Utah Performing Arts Center
Renderings of the Utah Performing Arts Center
Renderings of the Utah Performing Arts Center
Renderings of the Utah Performing Arts Center
Renderings of the Utah Performing Arts Center
Francisco Kjolseth | Salt Lake Tribune architect Cesar Pelli from Argentina, the main architect behind the design of the
Layers of an architectural model of the Utah Performing Arts Center to be built in the 100 block of Main Street are shown unas
Layers of an architectural model of the Utah Performing Arts Center to be built in the 100 block of Main Street are shown unas
Francisco Kjolseth | Salt Lake Tribune architect Cesar Pelli from Argentina, the main architect behind the design of the
Francisco Kjolseth | Salt Lake Tribune architect Cesar Pelli from Argentina, the main architect behind the design of the

Francisco Kjolseth | Salt Lake Tribune Architects and City Officials Unveil $ 116 Million Utah Performing Arts Center Design to Go Between Main and Regent Streets in downtown Salt Lake City at press conference at Gallivan Plaza on Wednesday, April 17, 2013. The theater, designed for traveling Broadway shows, will begin construction next year and end in March 2016.
Most of the empty space on this architectural model shows the footprint of the new Utah Performing Arts Center to be built in the 100 block south of Main Street. The design was unveiled on Wednesday, April 17, 2013. The view is east from Main Street towards the Regent Street parking structure.
Francisco Kjolseth | Salt Lake Tribune architect Cesar Pelli of Argentina, the lead architect behind the design of the new performing arts center, joins city officials in unveiling the $ 116 million design to be built between the Main and Regent Streets in downtown Salt Lake City during a press event at the Gallivan Plaza on Wednesday, April 17, 2013. The theater, designed for traveling Broadway shows, will begin construction next year and will be will be completed in March 2016.
Most of the empty space on this architectural model shows the footprint of the new Utah Performing Arts Center to be built in the 100 block south of Main Street. The design was unveiled on Wednesday, April 17, 2013. The view is east from Main Street towards the Regent Street parking structure.
Renderings of the Utah Performing Arts Center
Renderings of the Utah Performing Arts Center
Renderings of the Utah Performing Arts Center
Renderings of the Utah Performing Arts Center
Renderings of the Utah Performing Arts Center
Renderings of the Utah Performing Arts Center
Francisco Kjolseth | Salt Lake Tribune architect Cesar Pelli of Argentina, the lead architect behind the design of the new performing arts center, joins city officials in unveiling the $ 116 million design to be built between the Main and Regent Streets in downtown Salt Lake City during a press event at the Gallivan Plaza on Wednesday, April 17, 2013. The theater, designed for traveling Broadway shows, will begin construction next year and will be will be completed in March 2016.
Layers of an architectural model of the Utah Performing Arts Center to be built in Block 100 of Main Street are shown unassembled. The design was unveiled on Wednesday, April 17, 2013.
Layers of an architectural model of the Utah Performing Arts Center to be built in Block 100 of Main Street are shown unassembled. The design was unveiled on Wednesday, April 17, 2013.
Francisco Kjolseth | Salt Lake Tribune architect Cesar Pelli of Argentina, the lead architect behind the design of the new performing arts center, joins city officials in unveiling the $ 116 million design to be built between the Main and Regent Streets in downtown Salt Lake City during a press event at the Gallivan Plaza on Wednesday, April 17, 2013. The theater, designed for traveling Broadway shows, will begin construction next year and will be will be completed in March 2016.
Francisco Kjolseth | Salt Lake Tribune architect Cesar Pelli of Argentina, the lead architect behind the design of the new performing arts center, joins city officials in unveiling the $ 116 million design to be built between the Main and Regent Streets in downtown Salt Lake City during a press event at the Gallivan Plaza on Wednesday, April 17, 2013. The theater, designed for traveling Broadway shows, will begin construction next year and will be will be completed in March 2016.

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