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Energy Solutions Arena

The EnergySolutions Arena is an indoor arena in Salt Lake City, Utah, United States owned by Jazz Basketball Investors, Inc., the estate of Larry H. Miller. The arena seats 19,911 for basketball, has 56 luxury suites, and 668 club seats. Opened in 1991, the arena was known as the Delta Center until EnergySolutions purchased the naming rights from Delta Air Lines, effective November 20, 2006. The arena is the home of the NBA’s Utah Jazz.

From 2006 to 2008, the arena was the home of the Arena Football League’s Utah Blaze. It was also home to the figure skating and short track speed skating competitions of the 2002 Winter Olympics (during the Olympics, the arena was referred to as the Salt Lake Ice Center). __Wikipedia

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301 W South Temple Salt Lake City, UT 84101, USA (801) 325-2000

Union Pacific Railroad Station

13 N 400 W
Salt Lake City, UT 84103

The Salt Lake City Union Pacific Depot is a spacious building located in the new Gateway District, next to the Jazz Basketball Arena in Salt Lake City, Utah. Built from 1908 to 1909 and  is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Originally called the Union Station, it was jointly constructed by the San Pedro, Los Angeles and Salt Lake Railroad and the Oregon Short Line, both later wholly owned by the Union Pacific at an estimated cost of $450,000. Both railroads’ initials were prominently displayed on the front of the building.

The sandstone building is constructed in French Second Empire style, and includes a terazzo floor and stained glass windows. One ceiling mural by San Francisco artist Harry Hopp depicts the driving of the Golden Spike north of Salt Lake City at “Promontory Summit” signifying the completion of the first transcontinental railroad in 1869. Another mural by San Francisco artist John McQuarrie shows the 1847 arrival of Mormon pioneers to what is now Salt Lake City.

Several side rooms were originally used for separate male and female waiting areas. The depot once housed an emergency hospital, lunch room, baggage rooms, and offices for both of the original railroads.

In January 2006, three floors of the old Union Pacific depot re-opened as a restaurant and music venue, fittingly called The Depot. The Depot brings a wide variety of musical talent to Salt Lake City.

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The Depot

The Depot is one of Salt Lake City’s most unique venue spaces. Located in the Union Pacific Station at The Gateway District.

  • Live Music Venue
  • 3 Event Floors
  • Non-Smoking
  • Private Club for Members
  • 21+

 

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    13 N 400 W Salt Lake City, UT 84101-1368 (801) 456-2800

Rio Grande Depot

300 South Rio Grande Street
Salt Lake City, Utah 84101-1104
(801) 236-7555

Rio Art Gallery

Located in the grand lobby of the old Rio Grande Depot, the Rio Gallery was established as a service to Utah artists, providing a free venue for emerging as well as established artists to gather and educate the community through their artwork.

Rio Grande Depot History

Rio Grande Depot, Salt Lake City, Utah, Art Gallery, GalleriesIt was a busy place – with the huffing of locomotives pulling in and out, the echoing hubbub of the grand lobby, steps hurrying across the marble floor, the calls of baggage handlers, passengers at the ticket counter, people chatting in the coffee shop.

Built for $750,000, the depot was the main jewel of the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad—and a worthy challenge to new Union Pacific Depot, which cost a mere $300,000. Railroads were big business in those days. And a fierce competition raged between the D&RGW’s George Gould and UP’s E. H. Harriman.

Rio Grande Depot, Salt Lake City, Utah, Art Galleries, GalleryThe main Rio Grande line ran to Denver through Carbon County and Grand Junction. Spur lines ran to several mining areas and to Ogden. But the Union Pacific controlled the rail traffic to the Pacific. So George Gould decided to build his own line to San Francisco. He succeeded, but the line cost twice as much as he had planned on–$75 million—and sucked his family’s fortune dry. He lost his railroad empire shortly after.

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7:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m., Monday – Thursday; Closed Friday and Saturday

(801) 236-7555 – Arts & Museums Main Number
(801) 533-3592 – Museum Services

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Utah Annual Artist Competition

Current Exhibit: 2010 Mixed Media & Works on Paper

A Statewide Annual Competition featuring the work of artists across the state of Utah.

Utah Artist - Bill LeeLocated in the grand lobby of the old Rio Grande Depot, the Rio Gallery was established as a service to Utah artists, providing a free venue for emerging as well as established artists to gather and educate the community through their artwork.