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Published: Saturday, Feb. 12 2011 1:51 a.m. MST

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Johnny Triumph
American Fork, UT

If I only had some $$...

Older Reader
Tooele, UT

The prices are geared to the rich. Middle class can just look at it from the outside.

seriously
Salt Lake City, UT

Been waiting for this for a long time. Yay!

cjb
Bountiful, UT

The main problem I see with the previous city creek condo development I saw is the lack of balconies. Only a few had them. I can't understand why. They don't cost that much, but they add so much.

Independent
Henderson, NV

It would be nice of the photo actually captured the building in question.

texlds
Dallas, TX

An advertisement packaged as a news story. Deseret Digital Media's specialty.

Harold C.
Oakland, CA

Why would anyone want to buy a condo now?

With the Lord Jesus coming back to begin the
Millenium on May 21, 2011, (in just a few more months), it doesn't seem like a good idea to
contemplate moving with all the details that
are involved.

A whole group of Christians around the World acutally are getting ready for the Lord Jesus'
return and spreading the Word. Check out Family Radio.

Lord Bless...

John Pack Lambert of Michigan
Ypsilanti, MI

At least up until recently $145,000 was the low end for a residence in much of the country.

For years people were complaining about suburbanization. So now the Church has taken a strong initiative to try and revitalize an urban center, and all people can do is complain.

Mr. One Two
Layton, UT

Jesus is my landlord.

RicoS
Orem, UT

@texlds: And the Salt Lake Tribune was nice enough to also report on the condos in their business section--even more free advertising?

timpClimber
Provo, UT

In my PR classes we were taught that good businesses generate news stories. Just attended a Story Telling conference and they had a session on how to generate free PR and how to get writers interested in geting the word out on your performance. So why wouldn't the completion and availability of the new condos be a news story? To me it is an interesting bit of news.

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