Salt Lake City

Council District 3

Chris Wharton

Preservation at Work Project House – 528 Arctic Court

Council Member Wharton, Mayor Biskupski, and Preservation Utah Executive Director Kirk Huffaker, celebrate the completion of 528 Arctic Court

Recently, Mayor Biskupski, Council Member Wharton, and Preservation Utah Executive Director Kirk Huffaker, celebrated the completion of 528 Arctic Court (250 West 500 North), a Preservation at Work Project House.

The house was built in 1911 as a duplex residence to house factory and railroad workers. Once prevalent in Salt Lake City, many of these hip-roofed, shotgun-form houses have been demolished, making 528 Arctic Court a rare vestige of Salt Lake City’s early twentieth-century industrialization. The design and restoration work at 528 Arctic Court exhibits the expertise of the crew of Salt Lake City-based Capitol Hill Construction.

 

Read the RDA/Preservation Utah press release regarding the project’s completion.

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