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Remodel will double size of Sugar House liquor store


Remodel will double size of Sugar House liquor store

Remodel will double size of Sugar House liquor store
News from Salt Lake Tribune:

(Chris Detrick | The Salt Lake Tribune) file photo The size of the Sugar House liquor store will more than double when a remodel is completed on March 10.

In a few weeks, Salt Lake City customers may get relief from long checkout lines, lack of parking and limited booze selection at the state liquor store in Sugar House.

Remodeling is underway at the 1,904-square-foot store at 1154 Ashton Ave. that will more than double the amount of sales space, said Tom Zdunich, deputy director of the Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (UDABC).

For the expansion, the UDABC is turning 1,925 square feet from the back of the building — now used for storage — into sales space, he said.

When complete on March 10, the store will have 3,825 square feet of sales space, which will allow for an expanded beer, wine and spirit selection. It also will create space for a fifth checkout line, up from the current four registers. Faster checkout should help alleviate parking congestion at the store, Zdunich said.

He said the remodel is being done within the existing UDABC budget for about $ 25,000 and without having to close the building.

“Given the lines in that particular store — that I and oth…………… continues on Salt Lake Tribune

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News from Wyoming Public Media:

The Wyoming House gave final approval to a nearly 260 million dollar remodeling of the State Capitol Building and adjoining Herschler building.  The project will bring about infrastructure improvements to both facilities and will create larger legislative committee rooms and develop office space for all elected officials. 

Cheyenne Representative Dan Zwonitzer said the Herschler Building will become a more useful location for state government and a much nicer work space.

“So you’ll see a massive transformation of the Herschler building from when it was built from 1980 to 1983 to the present day, to make it reflect the beauty of the Capitol square and to compliment the Capitol with spaces in there.”

One source of local controversy is what offices will remain in the Capitol building.  Zwonitzer said that remains to be seen.

“What we do know is that there is 90-thousand square feet of need and only about 51-thousand square feet of available space in this building after we bring it up to code.  So we certainly know certa…………… continues on Wyoming Public Media

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