|'99 West' Tower at City Creek Center|
99 West, in Salt Lake City
|Location||99 West South Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States|
|Owner||City Creek Reserve, Inc. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints|
|Roof||375 feet (114 metres)|
|Floor count||30, 4 underground|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Partnership|
|Developer||City Creek Reserve, Inc.|
99 West City Creek condominium tower (originally known as Promontory on South Temple) is a residential condominium building in the City Creek development in Salt Lake City, Utah, United States. The building rises 375 feet (114 m) tall, making it the third-tallest building in Salt Lake City, and contains 30 floors. Construction was completed before the official grand opening of the City Creek mall. The tower contains 185 individually-owned residential units.
99 West was the name given to the 30 story skyscraper but the residential tower was never actually given an official name. The residential skyscraper was planned with the City Creek Center however, 99 West was only going to be constructed when the majority of units had sold in other planned residential blocks. The skyscraper was one of the later buildings to be completed as a result, despite that it was completed before the grand opening of the center.
The design of the 375 feet (114 m) tall residential skyscraper consists of a unique brick facade and is the 3rd tallest skyscraper in Salt Lake City. Located in the City Creek Center, 99 West is the tallest skyscraper in the redevelopment making it an icon in Salt Lake City. Just like The Regent, there is direct access to the center as well as its underground parking lot.