Main Street (02/10/2001) For many years, this First Security Tower was the first big building people would see coming into downtown Salt Lake City. Furtunately, the majestic Grand America sits to the south of this tower.
Capitol (02/10/2001) The Capitol Building can be seen through the valley. The Federal Heights region is a good place for walks.
Building Wrap (02/10/2001) A building wrap on the Church Office Building during the olympics.
Lincoln School (04/04/2002) The old Lincoln Schoolhouse was in disrepair for many years...endangered of being torn down. In a compromise, the builders retained the facade of the old school on new condominiums.
Reflections (03/01/2003) The South Wall of the Salt Lake City Library reflects on the libary plaza.
City Centre (03/01/2003) The City Centre building from above, and the SLC skyline viewed from the Library.
Salt Lake Skyline (03/01/2003) Expect to see thousands of pictures of this segment of the Salt Lake Skyline as the City Library roof becomes the standard vantage point for sojourners in our fair city.
Main Hall (03/01/2003) The main hall of the Salt Lake City Library.
Main Street (03/01/2003) Main Street Salt Lake...with the Key Bank and Eagle Gate towers over the Crossroads Mall.
Trolley and Tower (03/14/2003) The landmark water tower marks Trolley Square on 700 East. The Hard Rock Cafe is one of many trendy restaurants in the square.
Wells Fargo Tower (03/15/2003) The American Stores (Now Wells Fargo) Towers ruined the view for the people living in the American Towers condos.
Salt Lake City is the capital and largest city in Utah. It is seated at the foot the majestic Wasatch Mountains. Salt Lake was the host of the 2002 Winter Olympics. As the result, there was a great frenzy of construction just before the games. If you wish to learn more about the city, please visit Salt Lake Sites. This is a large open directory with links to several thousand local web sites. The Salt Lake Photo category lists other galleries from Utah's Capital City.