Over the next five years, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is going to be re-making a significant part of downtown Salt Lake City. This week on Utah NOW we're asking, whose interests will define the character of downtown? Can a project designed and built by a private religious entity be the foundation for a vibrant city center?
Editorialist Ben Fulton of the Salt Lake City Weekly comments on the future look of downtown.Studio Guests include Mark Gibbons, president of Property Reserve, Inc., the real estate investment affiliate of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Eric Jergensen, Salt Lake City council member and Stephen Goldsmith, former Salt Lake City planning director.
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