More updates announced for downtown Salt Lake

Music fans will get more elbow room - or at least a better view of the stage. Brides and grooms can greet well-wishers in a new, modern reception space. And all Gallivan Center goers are likely to appreciate this planned amenity: public restrooms.

On Tuesday, the Salt Lake City Council, acting as the Redevelopment Agency Board, approved the design for a long-awaited $7 million-plus makeover of the beloved urban plaza.

Construction will start next March, said Gallivan Director Talitha Day.

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