More demolition in Logan for future growth

A series of residential and commercial buildings were leveled on 300 Soutth between Main Street and 100 West to make way for a new mixed-used apartment complex.

LOGAN – First it was the Emporium, then the Logan Library, followed by dilapidated buildings at approximately 321 North Main. Demolition crews have been busy in Logan. And earlier this week crews knocked down residential and commercial buildings on 300 South.

Renewal, a mixed use residential apartment complex, will be built at 300 South and 100 West in Logan.

The older buildings were demolished to make way for a new mixed use apartment complex and corner bistro on the corner of 300 South and 100 West. The project, titled “Renewal“, is being done by Triiio Group, LLC and will feature 69 residential units and a 1,400 square foot bistro located on the corner of 300 South and 100 West.

After first being proposed in January 2021, the project was approved by the Logan Planning Commission on August 12, 2021 and will include joint use patios as well as electric bike and electric vehicle charging stations.

Triiio Group will receive $250,000 from Logan’s Redevelopment Agency Affordable Housing Fund upon completion of the project.

The apartment complex is one of several recently completed, under construction or proposed to be built in or near downtown Logan. The Seasons on Mill Creek, a 75-unit apartment complex, recently completed construction on the corner of 100 South and 100 West. Currently, a 108-unit apartment complex is under construction by L59 Multifamily LLC along 100 East between 200 South and 100 South. Additional units at The Meadows, located at 600 West 200 North, are also currently under construction.

Other apartment complexes in Logan have recently been proposed, such as the Brickyard at 800 North 50 West (a four story residential apartment building with 24 three-bedroom units plus a 1,500 square foot commercial building); Westfield Lofts at 1115  West 130 South (44 residential units above commercial/warehouse space); 261 East 300 North (a three story, 12-unit complex that will replace the existing structure on the property); and, Gateway Apartments at 721 South 100 West (a 62-unit apartment complex located behind the Adams Wealth Advisors building).

Several residential neighborhoods in Logan City have also been recently proposed, including 44 homes in the area of 200 West and 600 North and 30 homes in the area of 1800 South 1600 West.

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  • Sharie Belew March 18, 2022 at 6:25 pm Reply

    And we are suppose to be happy about all these low rent Ghettos?

    • Jonny Appleseed March 23, 2022 at 7:59 pm Reply

      The new apartments by Logan High that were just completed are renting out for 1200+ per month, with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, and 2 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms. I don’t know about the apartments being called out in this story, but it seems from the pictures like it is supposed to be fairly upscale. The issue here isn’t that they are building cheap housing. It is that they are building high end, expensive housing. Where is the affordable housing?

      • Debbie Downer March 24, 2022 at 4:12 pm Reply

        You are correct sir! I am really interested in seeing what happens in Paradise and Sherwood forest developments on interest rates start going up. Powell said six rate increases this year, that should put the 30 year fixed at about 6% by the time they start selling them. What a lovely time for a recession.

  • Amy Z Anderson March 18, 2022 at 7:49 pm Reply

    This is at 300 South and 100 West – not 300 North.

  • Carl Stettler March 18, 2022 at 8:34 pm Reply

    It looks like nobody cares about water and potentially slums and ghettos because of having too many apartments.

  • Big brown March 19, 2022 at 1:27 pm Reply

    The only people who will benefit from this are the city council members who’s family owns this property and are cashing out at the expense of making it slum. Remember to vote out every publicly elected official who is making this happen come Election Day.

  • Susan March 19, 2022 at 11:26 pm Reply

    So much for being a family city. Once they have more than two kids they will have to move to Smithfield

  • Crusader March 20, 2022 at 7:32 am Reply

    Cabrini Green comes to Logan. This is not progress

  • AKH March 20, 2022 at 8:53 am Reply

    I just can’t even with this nonsense anymore! Logan city officials are trying to turn a once quaint, beautiful city, full of cultural and charm; into a high rise metropolis and it’s disgusting!

    • Deuce March 22, 2022 at 6:05 pm Reply

      Thanks for reporting on this. We weren’t notified of this project because we recently moved in and the recorders office didn’t update the ownership records. Planning office said too bad.

    • Blessed March 22, 2022 at 11:55 pm Reply

      You guys are right. Anyone who doesn’t live in a house that’s 400k is a slum. It’s insane these poor people want to move out of a big city to our great little town. Now they are going to ruin it with their poor attitudes living in apartments downtown! What’s next, a bar?! Ugh last thing we need is slums and a bar. Mine as well build a prison up here because that’s where everyone who lives in apartments ends up.

      • Dave March 23, 2022 at 11:31 am Reply

        I can tell by your comment you not a local, you probably from some big California city that came here to ruin our town

      • Deb March 23, 2022 at 1:51 pm Reply

        Wow! There is a lot of judgment in this comment.

  • Chad James Heaton February 23, 2023 at 3:20 pm Reply

    It always amazes me how sheltered and yet so bold with criticism you people from where I grew up are when a little change comes to town. First of all slums and ghettos are at least 50 years in the future for Logan and I say this because Logan is so far from slums. Go to San Juan P. R. or even Las Vegas and you can see 2 totally different type of ghettos then come back and call Logan ghetto. You have to have poverty, and drugs, and crime on a level that very few cities in Utah have even come close to. yea there’s a few places in Utah that are a lil run down and crime is often seen at any time of the day, but even the homeless population in Utah is not on that same level where they will rob you for half a sandwich. Very rare, so find some decency and welcome people to these apts that are actually nice, and show them that Logan still has a little class and not just a bunch of caring Karen’s looking for criminal behavior where there is none or little, cuz the crime is the karening half the time. “hello 911 yes I need police right now I see 3 boys and 1 female and it looks like they are trying to force her to vape and it smells like marijuana, well they look high and she looks scared, you have to do something, that poor girl” gimmie a break people.

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