Artspace Macaroni Flats is the historic rehabilitation of the Western Macaroni Manufacturing Company warehouse originally built in 1900. The project opened December 2016 and includes 13 residential one and two bedroom apartments and 8 street-level commercial spaces for artists and small businesses.

Artspace Macaroni Flats has green amenities like water-wise xeriscape landscaping, and 33 solar photovoltaic panels on the roof. Check out how much energy the building is producing!

For leasing information call 801-364-1019, option 1, emailor visit our residential or commercial leasing page.

Residential Apartments

13 one and two bedroom apartments

  • Open design
  • Large units with high beamed ceilings
  • Appliances, including dishwasher
  • Washer/dryer in each unit
  • Near transportation (TRAX and FrontRunner)
  • Exposed brick walls
  • Pet friendly
  • Two-story units available
  • Secure underground storage units
  • High speed fiber-optic internet access
  • Access to food waste and glass recycling
  • Dog park
  • Rainwater harvesting

Commercial Space

5,000 square feet of commercial spaces

  • Historic charm
  • Nonprofit/small business offices
  • Creative community
  • Common area bathrooms
  • Storefront units
  • Large freight-sized elevator
  • Access to showers and storage
  • Near transportation (TRAX and FrontRunner)
  • High speed fiber-optic internet access
  • Secure bike storage
  • Artist studios


Artspace Macaroni Flats Funders

Financing: New Markets Tax Credit CDE - Community Development Finance Alliance; New Markets Tax Credits and Historic Tax Credit Investor - US Bank Community Development Corporation; Participation Loan - Ally Bank and American Express; Bridge Loan - Morgan Stanley Bank, N.A.; Property - Redevelopment Agency of Salt Lake

Donors: My Good Fund, George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation, Anonymous, Mark & Kathie Miller Foundation, Sorenson Legacy Foundation, JP Morgan Chase, American Express Center for Community Development, Morgan Stanley Bank, N.A., The Whitney Foundation, The Lawrence T. & Janet T. Dee Foundation, The Milliken Family, GE Capital Bank, CIT Bank, and Marlin Bank.