Tony Semerad Real Estate Reporter
  • Salt Lake City
  • The Salt Lake Tribune
  • 801-257-8772

Tony covers real estate, growth and business issues for The Tribune. He is a former editor and government reporter and has been with The Tribune since 1991.

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The Salt Lake Tribune

Focus Areas

  • Real Estate
  • Growth
  • Business Issues

194 Articles
4 days ago
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See the latest population trends in your county with our interactive map

Utah's population continues to swell, with out-of-staters taking up a growing percentage of new residents. Use our in...

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4 days ago
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Wow. Utah sees largest population spurt from in-migration since World War II

In-migration has ballooned Utah's population in the past year.

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6 days ago
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See the first tower of the old Utah prison get torn down

Demolition of Utah State Prison marks a milestone in new development of The Point, officials say

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8 days ago
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Where are Salt Lake City’s 10 priciest pieces of real estate?

We list the 10 most expensive pieces of real estate in Salt Lake City.

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17 days ago
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Intermountain’s Rx for what ails downtown SLC site: a new hospital

Intermountain Healthcare applies for rezone to build "new urban downtown hospital" in Salt Lake City

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20 days ago
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Utah may pull out ‘blunt’ weapons to boost affordable housing

The Utah Legislature will take up some controversial ideas on affordable housing

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24 days ago
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Objections to Avenues housing project ignite east side vs. west side spat

Residents of the Avenues in Salt Lake City are fighting a new housing development over its size, density.

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30 days ago
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Fire won’t slow development, but is Sugar House changing too fast?

In the wake of a devastating fire, Sugar House looks to the future — one that will mean continued building and contin...

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about 1 month ago
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Prices are plunging on Salt Lake County homes, but the days of ‘easy sales’ are past. Here’s why.

New data shows Wasatch Front home prices are slowing down — but would-be buyers are still getting pinched.

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about 1 month ago
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SLC’s new towering hotel and its restaurants are now open. Take a photo tour.

The new 700-room Hyatt Regency Salt Lake City convention center hotel is now open

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about 1 month ago
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Housing shortage is getting so bad in Utah, employers are starting to step up

In places where Utah's housing shortage is hitting hardest, some employers are stepping up

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about 1 month ago
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Crew are tearing down that old Sears store in Salt Lake City. Here’s what might replace it.

Demolition of the iconic Sears building in downtown Salt Lake City is underway.

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