In the heart of Salt Lake City, City Creek Center is the retail centerpiece of one of the nation's largest mixed-use downtown redevelopment projects. This unique shopping environment features a retractable glass roof, a creek that runs through the property, a pedestrian skybridge and more. This world-class fashion and dining destination offers over 100 stores and restaurants including Nordstrom, Macy's, Tiffany & Co., Michael Kors, Coach, and Texas de Brazil Churrascaria, in a casual, pedestrian-friendly environment.
10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
50 South Main Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Anchored by Macy's and Nordstrom, this world-class fashion and dining destination opened March 22, 2012.
Posted Jan 24th, 2013
BLOOMFIELD HILLS, Mich., January, 14, 2013 – City Creek Center has been named “Best Retail Development, USA” in the prestigious International Property Awards for 2012, in association with the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors and Yamaha. City Creek Center, owned and managed by Michigan-based Taubman and co-developed with City Creek Reserve, Inc. won for the Americas region, which includes the U.S. and Canada, Central and South America and the Caribbean.
City Creek Center has a variety of dining selections, including outdoor dining; a creek running throughout the project with live fish (in the pond in the court in front of Macy's) and two 18 ft tall waterfalls; proprietary feature fountains with music and programmed displays; 1000-seat Food Court; children’s indoor Play Area; unique gathering spaces for shoppers; wi-fi; underground weather protected parking; a retractable skylight roof; Main Street pedestrian bridge featuring an observation room- mid-way on the bridge with views down Main Street and to the mountains — an authentic, urban, retail, mixed-use experience.
Approximately 250' long x 60' wide operable skylights on each block for a total of 500'.
Approximately 23 acres, 2.5 Salt Lake blocks, 1.2 million sf office, approximately 800+/- new residential units and 500 existing hotel rooms, City Creek Center will have approximately 700,000 square feet of retail and an additional 60,000 square feet (approximately) of retail tenants located in the base of adjacent office and residential buildings on the same blocks.
Approximately 1,700 construction jobs and 2,000 permanent jobs.
More than 80% of the construction workers were local. Our three general contractors were all Utah-based companies.
There are approximately 5,000 underground spaces in total located underground on both the East and West blocks. City Creek Center Parking is accessible from West Temple, 100 South, South Temple and State Street. Valet parking is also available entering Regent Street Westbound on 100 South between State Street and Main Street. For a map and more information click here.
Macy’s – approximately 155,000 sf, three-levels
Nordstrom – approximately 124,000 sf, two-levels
The Food Court hours are Monday through Saturday, 10am to 9pm.
The Food Court is located on the East block, level 1, easily accessible from Regent Court or through the World Trade Center at City Creek entrances on 100 South and State Street.
City Creek Center has earned LEED Silver, LEED ND, Neighborhood Development. Sustainable principles have been applied in design, construction and operation of City Creek Center. For example, more than 50% of demolition debris has been recycled. City Creek Center was a LEED for Neighborhood Development (LEED ND) pilot project. It is one of 60 pilot projects in the country selected to participate in a focus group that is helping the U.S. Green Building Council finalize its new LEED ND certification process.
To be LEED certified you have to be evaluated by the US Green Building Council in accordance with their rating system.
City Creek Center welcomes well-behaved dogs on proper leashes in its outdoor common areas. Stores that also welcome dogs have signs at their entrances. Please note that some stores do not permit dogs inside. A list of stores that welcome dogs is available at the Customer Service desk.
Dogs are not permitted in the Food Court, restaurants, landscaping, water features or on escalators.
Our first priority is the comfort and convenience of our human visitors. Dog owners must adhere to
these rules of safety and courtesy:
•Your dog must be leashed or inside a carrier at all times.
•Retractable leashes and leashes longer than six (6) feet are not permitted.
•You must control your dog at all times.
•You are legally responsible for your dog’s behavior. You are responsible to clean up after your dog.
•Do not leave your dog unattended at any time.
•If your dog is deemed to be a disturbance by City Creek Center Management, you will be asked to remove your dog from the premises immediately.
•Your dog must be in compliance with applicable laws, including laws regulating licensing and vaccinations.
•Dogs are not permitted in the Food Court, restaurants, water features, landscaping, or on escalators.
Customer Service, located in the East block , level 1, provides complimentary wheelchairs on a first-come, first-serve basis. We recommend you visit early to ensure availability.
The City Creek Center Security Offices are located at the North end of the Food Court. The Food Court is located on the East block, level 1, easily accessible from Regent Court or through the World Trade Center at City Creek entrances on 100 South and State Street.
The City Creek Center IT Guide is our version of a discount card or coupon book. The IT Guide is given to guests in groups of 10 or more, and individuals that are traveling 50 miles or more to visit City Creek Center.
City Creek Center gift cards are available for purchase at the Customer Service desk, located in the East block, level 1. City Creek Center gift cards can be redeemed at all stores and restaurants that accept American Express.
Our Code of Conduct is consistent with most shopping centers across the Country and all other shopping centers in the Taubman portfolio.
City Creek Center is a privately-owned property (“Property”). We welcome all visitors who comply with these Rules of Conduct and our other policies. We have established these Rules of Conduct to insure the safety and comfort of all visitors. The following are prohibited on the Property:
1. Disorderly, intimidating, threatening, dangerous or disruptive conduct of any nature, including but not limited to: use of obscene or insulting language or gestures, loitering, running, yelling, fighting, throwing any objects, littering, playing radios or other audio devices, rollerblading, skateboarding, bicycling.
2. Standing, walking, sitting or moving in such a way as to cause inconvenience to others, or in or on a prohibited area or object.
3. Any act which could result in physical harm to persons or damage to property.
4. Any act prohibited by local, state or federal laws or ordinances.
6. Possession of an open container or consumption of alcoholic beverages other than in licensed areas.
7. Possession or consumption of illegal substances.
8. Distribution of literature or other items, offering any item for sale, solicitation, conducting surveys, videotaping or photography, without, in each instance, the prior written consent of center management under the center's Access Policy or other applicable policies.
9. Visiting the center without shirt or shoes, or failing to be fully clothed. Wearing clothing that is, or in a manner that is, obscene, offensive to others, that may provoke a disturbance, or is otherwise inconsistent with a first-class, family oriented shopping center.
11. Possession of pets or other animals, except dogs, is prohibited. Dogs and their owners must adhere to the Canine Code of Conduct at all times. Canine Code of Conduct is available at Customer Service.
The foregoing list of prohibited activities is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all prohibited activities on the Property, and management reserves the right to prohibit any activity or conduct which is detrimental to or inconsistent with a first-class, family oriented shopping center. Management's interpretation of these Rules of Conduct is conclusive and binding.
Violators of these Rules of Conduct may be subject to expulsion, banning, and/or arrest for criminal trespass or for other violation of law. Violators of banning orders may be subject to arrest and prosecution for criminal trespass. These Rules of Conduct may be amended or changed at any time and are in addition to all other rules and policies pertaining to the Property.
Guests are welcome to take personal pictures of their City Creek experience in the common areas of the center. Individual stores do have rules governing photography of their stores. Commercial photography, including family portraits, class photos, wedding or engagement sittings, is not permitted within the center.
City Creek Center allows bicycles within the center with the following restrictions:
Look for dozens of bike racks around and in the center for your convenience. We have 50 bicycle rack spaces in the underground garage and 40 street racks in 8 different locations.
City Creek Center is a canine-friendly shopping center. Here is a list of retailers that allow dogs within their stores.
The Art of Shaving
Bauer’s Fashoin Eyewear
BOSS HUGO BOSS
The Disney Store
GNC Live Well
Go! Games & Toys
Rolex by O.C. Tanner
Tiffany & Co.
Tricked Out Accessories
Utah Woolen Mills
White House Black Market
*small dogs only
**Individual store policies may differ. See store for details.
There are more than 100 stores. City Creek Center features approximately 700,000 square feet of retail and an additional 60,000 square feet (approximately) of retail tenants located in the base of adjacent office and residential buildings on the same blocks.
Current City Creek Center retailers that validate for parking with purchase are:
Bauer’s Fashion Eyewear
BOSS HUGO BOSS
Illume Gallery of Fine Art
J. Crew - with any purchase
Rolex by O.C. Tanner
Tiffany & Co.
*Individual retailers chose to validate parking for their customers. This list may vary and is subject to availability.
There are over 5,000 parking spaces available underneath City Creek Center.
Click here for a printable map.
Paid parking can be accessed from West Temple, South Temple, 100 South and State Street.
Parking is owned and operated by City Creek Parking.
Phone: (801) 321-8760
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Valet Parking: Enter Regent Street from westbound 100 South between State Street and Main Street.
Valet parking is managed by City Creek Center.
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