Trolley Square

Weddings at Trolley Square Launch Party & Bridal Fair

Weddings at Trolley Square

Trolley Square and vendors are more than exited to launch their "Weddings at Trolley Square" campaign. 

SALT LAKE CITY (June 23, 2017) – Trolley Square has launched their Weddings at Trolley Square marketing campaign with their first bridal fair event at The Falls Event Center at Trolley Square on June 23, 2017 from 5pm-9pm.   

The bridal fair will feature the Trolley Square vendors participating in Weddings at Trolley Square; The Falls Event Center, Vue Magnifique Photography, Payne Anthony, Tabula Rasa, The Old Spaghetti Factory, We Olive, Whole Foods Market, Rodizio Grill, Seasons by David, Williams-Sonoma, Pottery Barn and the Trolley Square Barbers; featuring live music from local jazz band Notes of Passage.

Guest of the bridal fair will each receive a FREE copy of the Weddings at Trolley Square Complementary Wedding Planning Resource guide. Inside this guide couples will find helpful resources for planning their wedding including frequently asked questions, a general planning check list, questions to ask vendors and much more. These guides will also be available at Trolley Square and their participating vendors after the bridal fair.

 “Trolley Square has always been a place for the community to create lasting memories,” said Khosrow Semnani, owner of Trolley Square.  “Most of our retailers are one-of-a-kind shops in the Salt Lake area, and can help each customer have the wedding of their dreams.  We love the fact that our customers can continue to use Trolley Square in their memory making process.”

About Trolley Square

Trolley Square is Utah’s only festival marketplace, offering many one-of-a-kind shopping, dining, and service-oriented experiences to residents and visitors alike. With its origins dating back to 1847, the center is an historic landmark and a Utah treasure. For more information, including scheduled events, visit TrolleySquare.com or its social pages at Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Trolley Square gets zoning approval for major additions, including apartments and a hotel

Trolley Square gets zoning approval for major additions, including apartments and a hotel

FOX 13 | TROLLEY SQUARE | JANUARY 18, 2017

VIDEO: Trolley Square gets zoning approval for major additions, including apartments and a hotel

ARTICLE: by Robert Boyd

POSTED 9:30 PM, JANUARY 18, 2017, BY ROBERT BOYD, UPDATED AT 06:50AM, JANUARY 19, 2017

SALT LAKE CITY - Big plans are in store for Trolley Square. On Tuesday night, the Salt Lake City Council approved a zoning change that would allow for a hotel, housing units and more shops.

The change is expected to revitalize the area as a premier shopping destination.

"It's a great location and I think it's the midtown of Salt Lake City and it deserves to be better," said Khosrow Semnani, president of Trolley Square Ventures.

Semnani said he knows personally how important this property is to the people living in the Central City neighborhood.

"I used to live in this neighborhood many years ago myself, I lived on 6th East about 40 years ago," Semnani said.

That's why he is so excited to move forward with a brand new development to be built across the street from Trolley Square on the corner of 600 South and 700 East, where a parking lot currently sits.

"Architecturally it will be wonderful, it will be a total addition to the neighborhood, and it will compliment Trolley Square not only from a visual point but economically," Semnani said.

The 3.5-acre mixed-use development will consist of six buildings that will be made up of apartment units, retail shops, a boutique hotel and underground parking.

"It's time to do it, it's just that simple," Semnani said.

People living in the neighborhood say it's much more complex.

"There are some concerns we've heard from residents, specifically about the size and sort of the scale as compared to the rest of the street-scape," said Michael Iverson, Chairman of the Central City Neighborhood Council.

Iverson represents thousands of residents and businesses in the area. He said they are OK with new developments as long as they fit in and don't stick out.

"You know we are in the Central City Historic District, which is the oldest historic district in the city, and people are protective of that," Iverson said.

The city planning department said nothing will be built without the approval of the Historic Landmark Commission.

"They have been working on plans and throwing around ideas to take inspiration from the history of Trolley, which is wonderful," said planning manager Michaela Oktay.

That history goes all the way back to The Utah Exposition Building in 1888, designs Semnani plans to incorporate into this new development.

"We're excited to see how this project moves forward," Oktay said.

The Historic Landmark commission is expected to vote on the project later this year, and, if approved, they would probably break ground at some point in 2018.

Casey Scott Visits the Trolley Square Barbers

Casey Scott Visits the Trolley Square Barbers

KUTV 2 | TROLLEY SQUARE BARBERS | DECEMBER 23, 2016

VIDEO: Casey Scott Visits the Trolley Square Barbers

ARTICLE: by Melanie Kennedy

Casey Scott from Fresh Living visited Trolley Square Barbers for an exceptional experience.

(KUTV) Casey Scott from Fresh Living visited Trolley Square Barbers for an exceptional experience.

You visit their website and read the perfect description of what you can expect.

Greetings SLC Gentlemen!

Do you remember the old-time barbershop your dad took you to when you were a kid? By now most of them have vanished.

Many barbershops disappeared in the 80?s and 90?s, replaced by salons that continued to cater mainly to women.

The pendulum has swung back and barber shops are making a comeback.

When it comes to getting a haircut today, there are few options. You can try the franchise cutters where it seems like most of the cutters are still in training, or maybe your wife will set you up with her hair stylist where you will enjoy the smell of nasty chemicals, while listening in on the latest salon gossip.

We think you deserve better: a classic barber shop just like the one your dad took you to as a kid — a place where fathers will feel comfortable bringing their sons.

Perhaps it’s the combination of the scent of hair tonics, plus the all-man atmosphere. But more so, it’s the tradition of barbershops as a place of continuity–they don’t change with the shifts in culture. The shops and barbers look the same as they did when your father and grandfather got their hair cuts.

It’s a straightforward experience with none of the feminization of salons. There are no waxings, facials, highlights or unpleasant smells of a perm. ‘Just great haircuts, shaves and great conversation!”

When you walk out of Trolley Square with a stylish haircut, a classic face shave or a deluxe shoe shine, you can’t help but feel a bit of manly swagger creep back into your step.

So the next time you spot our familiar red, white and blue striped pole — please stop in.

You will be glad you did!

For more information, visit TrolleySquareBarbers.com or call (801) 738-1578.

Santa's 17 Surprises: The Train Shoppe

Santa's 17 Surprises: The Train Shoppe

KUTV 2 | TROLLEY SQUARE | DECEMBER 18, 2014

VIDEO: Santa's 17 Surprises: The Train Shoppe

ARTICLE: by KUTV | Friday, December 18th 2015


(KUTV) Mandy McKenna from Trolley Square is here representing The Train Shoppe at Trolley Square to talk to us about trains and gave away a Lionel Junction Union Pacific train set.

Click here for more information.

Fun at Trolley Square: Quirky gifts from Cabin Fever

FOX 13 | CABIN FEVER | DECEMBER 15, 2015

VIDEO: Fun at Trolley Square: Quirky gifts from Cabin Fever

ARTICLE: Brittany Graham


POSTED 1:44 PM, DECEMBER 15, 2015, BY BRITTANY GRAHAM

Dave took a trip to Trolley Square to have a little fun at the Cabin Fever store. They not only carry quirky gifts, but have options for every person in your life. You can get more information about them here or you can visit them at Trolley Square.

Fun at Trolley Square: play Beanboozled at Cabin Fever

FOX 13 | CABIN FEVER | DECEMBER 15, 2015

VIDEO: Fun at Trolley Square: play Beanboozled at Cabin Fever

ARTICLE: Brittany Graham


POSTED 1:46 PM, DECEMBER 15, 2015, BY BRITTANY GRAHAM

Brooke found a huge variety of candy at Cabin Fever at Trolley Square. They sell candy that you could only find in the 50's, 60's, 70's & 80's! They also sell Harry Potter themed candy and the popular game Beanboozled. You can get more information here.

Payne Anthony Jewelers

Payne Anthony Jewelers

POSTED 1:41 PM, DECEMBER 11, 2015, BY BRITTANY GRAHAM

Payne Anthony Jewelers owner Steve Farr shows us why his beautiful store is different from all the rest.

  • Payne Anthony Jewelers has fine jewelry for every taste and every price point…it’s truly a designer gallery for jewelry.
  • Payne Anthony is locally owned and located at Trolley Square. It has been in business since 1972, a Trolley original since the mall opened.
  • Payne Anthony showcases several different collections from domestic and international designers, most of whom are exclusive to Payne Anthony in the area. The jewelry is beautiful and original.
  • Payne Anthony also does their own custom jewelry designs and will work with you for whatever design you’re after.
  • During the holidays, Payne Anthony is donating 5% of proceeds to Huntsman Cancer Center.
  • They offer a discount once a year and it is only during the month of December!
  • While visiting Payne Anthony, also visit Father Frost for free photos, every Thursday through Saturday. Go online to TrolleySquare.com for all holiday event details.

www.TrolleySquare.com

www.Facebook.com/TrolleySquareUT

www.PayneAnthony.com

www.Facebook.com/PayneAnthonyCreativeJewelers

Focus on the Orange Zone and Get Fit

ABC 4 | ORANGE THEORY FITNESS | GOOD THINGS UTAH

VIDEO: Focus on the Orange Zone and Get Fit


Transform your body and have fun doing it! Orange Theory Fitness focuses on your heart rate and different cardio moves to get you fit! If you're sick of your same workout, go check it out!

Visit the Orange Theory Fitness at Trolley Square

STUDIO LOCATION
602 East 500 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84102
(801) 255-9050