Debate Heats Up Over Square Footage at Gateway

Debate Heats Up Over Square Footage at Gateway

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(KSL TV) The debate over square footage restrictions at The Gateway is heating up again.

The Salt Lake Chamber Board of Governors is urging the Salt Lake City Council and Redevelopment Agency to remove the current 45-thousand square foot restriction on stores at the mall.

The board says the restriction does not benefit downtown, the city, or the region, and adds Gateway needs flexibility to meet changing conditions in the marketplace.

In yesterday's Salt Lake Tribune, Main Street property and business owners wrote a letter to the public -- expressing their concern about the effect lifting the restrictions will have on Main Street and the downtown area.

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