A workman removes a cable from materials atop reinforcing structure at the new 14-story Broadway Centre at 300 South and State, a $31 million project located at the former site of the Centre Theatre. The structure will include office space, a stock brokerage firm, a title company, possibly one or two retail stores, two restaurants, six movie theaters and 519 parking stalls. Demolition at the site began in April 1989, with excavation completed four months later, but work on the steel structure didn't begin until last November. Broadway Centre Ltd. is the developer for the structure and adjoining parking garage being built on 1.82 acres. Pentalon Corp., Salt Lake City, brought in about $8 million for the project. Stott Steel Inc. is erecting the steel framework, which should be completed by Feb. 28, according to Rich Nordlund, project manager. Commerce Properties will be the listing agent and the property management firm for the building, which will feature blue-gray glass on the exterior.