City Creek Center map: Download PDF version

Top list: City Creek Center shops and stores

The retail and dining portion of City Creek Center, a $1.5 billion mixed-use development that remakes downtown Salt Lake City, officially opens Thursday. The shopping center features outdoor walkways, retractable roofs, a pedestrian bridge over Main Street and a creek that winds through the property.

Getting in and around the area will likely be challenging Thursday as thousands head to Main Street to be among the first to experience City Creek Center.

The mall will be closed on Sundays, as it occupies land owned by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Following are helpful links to Deseret News coverage of City Creek.

Parking

Here's what you need to know about parking for the City Creek opening

Shops

Top list: City Creek Center shops and stores

Nordstrom focuses on special features for new downtown store

Macy's anchoring City Creek Center

City Creek announces store roster

Living

City Creek residents enjoying a new urban vibe

First Impressions: Downtown Harmons draws smiles and a crowd

Downtown units selling as S.L. facelift progresses

Mission

LDS Presiding Bishop H. David Burton says part of City Creek project goal has been met

Economics

City Creek Center driving economic revival for downtown Salt Lake City

Downtown businesses adopting City Creek monikers

Commercial real estate strengthening in Salt Lake City

Downtown area, historical

City Creek Center photo gallery: A view from demolition to construction in downtown Salt Lake City

Shifting shape: Salt Lake City is a living metropolis

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