Specially tailored store opens downtown Salt Lake City doors
USAlover | 3:57 p.m. Feb. 15, 2012 Salt Lake City, UT How long
before the haters of the LDS church start opining about how ugly and domineering
the Church is downtown and what an eye-sore City Creek is?Actually,
your post it the only one full of hatred in this article. Perhaps you may want
to take a good look in the mirror.
Did I read anything negative about this grocery store? Somehow it was introduced
in the reader commentary. Is there always going to be speculation about someone
not liking yet another improvement made in Salt Lake? Sheesh!
Thank goodness that there is a nicer grocery store there and hoping some small
out of date smaller stores go poof.
An actual food store in downtown. What a novel concept. It's been needed for
@USAloverDo you honestly expect the owner of the City Creek Center
to publish negative comments about it in their own newspaper?That
being said, I have seen it being built from the first day as I walk past every
day going to my office. It is a very beautiful place in a Disneyland sort of
way. I am anxious to see it with all the storefronts filled.
How long before the haters of the LDS church start opining about how ugly and
domineering the Church is downtown and what an eye-sore City Creek is?The truth is, the haters talk out both sides of their mouth because the LDS
Church has only beautified and made downtown the incredible place that it is.
And paid for all of it. After living here for 30 years, I've had non-members
who are't hateful express gratitude to the LDS Church for the beautification
projects that have provided work and esthetics to a great city.I'm
looking forward to what the Anti's have to say about City Creek. They are going
to have to be creative to find problems with this one.
billybubba, there is a 2-level parking garage above the store that is
exclusively for Harmons customers.
But where is the parking