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Broadway Street: Our New Home. Then and Now Richie T |
07/15/2014 | Filed In: Broadway Media | New Studio | History | Salt Lake City | Radio From Hell

Broadway Street: Our New Home. Then and Now

For all those who haven't heard, we have moved studios!!! I know, we have only been talking about moving for the past...uh.. forever; but, just so you know our new office is located at 50 W Broadway(300 S). So, I know what you're thinking and no, you can't pick up your prizes and concert tickets at the old Trolley Corners stations. We won't be there, so don't try. It is a giant building with "Broadway Media" on the side. You can't miss it.

 

        

It looks like this!

Broadway street(or 300 S, whatever you want to call it) is full of history. This new building/home to X96 is about to join this historic part of town. Let's take a look at what else is on Broadway!

 

  

Pictured above is the old Zephyr club, located on 301 S, West Temple. This club, closed since October 2003, used to be home many great live acts such as Morrisey, 311, Pearl Jam, The Red Hot Chilli Peppers, and many more. Now it just sits there and takes up space. There has been talk of turning it into a parking lot, but so far nothing has been done.

          

This old Deli was established in the 1960s by a german couple, the Linners. Since the death of founder, Erich Linner in 1993, Linner's hasn't had much business and is now closed.

      

 

Squatter's Pub(147 W Broadway) has become a hub for local brews in Salt Lake City and has been a  longtime advocate of local business for the community and is powered by BlueSky wind power

         

 

Broadway Hotel was built shortly after the completion of two major rail depots in the city. Built circa 1905, this is on eof the earliest hotels in Salt Lake City.

Okay, enough with the history lessons. Now let's show you our office and our shiny new toys!!!

     

 

    (Since when did we get an Atari in the new office?! Oh wait, it's just editing equipment. Maybe I can still get it to play some old pitfall games..)  

 

    

 

     

 

    

 

 

 

    

 

 

    

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