Which retailers, restaurants should come to SLC airport?
SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Retailers and restaurants are urged to apply for seats at Salt Lake City Airport as Phase 2 of the new SLC kicks off.
Salt Lake City International Airport says restaurants and retailers can now submit a proposal as part of the public procurement process. According to the airport, Phase 2 of the new SLC includes the 22-door expansion of Hall A with the first four Delta gates opening in spring 2023. In fall 2023, 18 additional Delta gates will open.
If you would like your business to be part of Phase 2 of the new SLC, you are encouraged to complete a Request for Proposal available on the Salt Lake City purchasing web page: slcgov.com/purchasing. The deadline for submitting proposals is January 21, 2022 at 2 p.m.
During Phase 2, 19 retail and restaurant spaces are available, totaling 23,873 square feet. Twelve dining locations are planned, including two full-service restaurants with alcohol service, a world-renowned fast food burger chain and two dedicated cafes. Notions. Seven specialist outlets, news, gifts and services are also part of the phase 2 expansion.
The Salt Lake City Airports Department seeks a mix of local, regional and national brands. Other considerations the ministry will take into account include prices, hours of operation and service standards. Once proposals are received, an SLCDA selection committee will review the proposals to determine if the bids meet the minimum requirements before ranking them and meeting the top ranked companies.
Salt Lake City International businesses are city-owned facilities largely regulated by the federal government.
The airport marked a milestone in the construction of Phase 2 with the last steel beams lifted to the top of Hall A earlier this month. See photos and videos of the finishing ceremony here. Other parts of Hall A include the construction of the central tunnel connecting Hall B, a specially commissioned art installation called “The River Tunnel” by Northern California artist Gordon Huether, and the placement of the iconic world map.
Salt Lake City International Airport was recently ranked one of the worst airports to stop over in.