The Store To Join The Gateway In Spring 2019

Salt Lake City―The Gateway, Utah’s premier urban dining, working and entertainment hub, is adding The Store to its roster of urban living amenities in spring of 2019.

This locally-owned and operated neighborhood market featuring signature, local and specialty favorites will be a first to downtown Salt Lake City. It will fill a much-needed void, providing grocery options for employees working in the tech hub and offices on site, as well as residents.

The Niederhausers, who own and operate The Store, have wanted to bring the grocer’s unique environment to an urban neighborhood for years, and to them, The Gateway made perfect sense. “We looked all over the valley for the right location. Because of The Gateway’s current revitalization, it was a natural fit,” said Scotty Niederhauser, store director. “With The Store’s history and heavy focus on local offerings and relationships, a location downtown close to the biggest farmers market and many vendors themselves, it seemed too good to be true.”

The Store’s downtown location at The Gateway will incorporate concepts they have wanted to add for years, like an expanded deli and ample seating space, a bakery and hundreds of local products.

Their passion for people and the idea that great food brings people together drives their vision. Their unique culture blends comfort and classic fine foods that incorporate local culinary favorites and unique finds.

Many of The Store’s current team members have a passion for downtown and Salt Lake’s amazing food culture. Chef Paul Morello, who leads the culinary focus of The Store, boasts experience working in fine dining globally.

Local fan favorites carried by The Store include: house made cilantro lime dressing, packaged candies, house Tri‐tip which will be offered along with other high-quality Hereford beef offerings, local Clifford Family Farm eggs, house-made salsa (a decades old classic recipe by the owner), homemade fried chips and fresh squeezed orange juice.

“We’re thrilled to add such a renowned local grocer to The Gateway,” said Jenny Cushing, vice president of leasing for Vestar. “It’s a special amenity that we can offer our community, making The Gateway an exceptional place to live, work and play.”

The Store is slated to take over 9,000 square feet and open spring of 2019 on the corner of 100 South and Rio Grande Street. It will join The Gateway’s growing, mixed-use roster with Utah’s first Dave & Buster’s, MidiCi Neapolitan Pizza, Megaplex Theatres, The Depot by Live Nation, Clark Planetarium, Discovery Gateway Children’s Museum and Wiseguys Comedy Club.

At the center of establishing Salt Lake City’s emerging startup and technology scene, The Gateway introduced Recursion Pharmaceuticals and Kiln. Co-Working Space to the Downtown tech and cultural hub in 2018.

About The Store:

THE STORE is a locally‐owned and operated neighborhood market featuring signature, local and specialty favorites. Our neighborhood has grown over the years, with people coming from miles around to shop our hodgepodge collection of hard‐to‐find cult favorites. Established in 1968, we’ve been family owned and operated since 1998. Our passion for great food, local products, and our customers drives us to deliver an unforgettable shopping experience.Find us @ Follow us on: Holladay ‐Instagram, Gateway ‐Instagram. Facebook.

About The Gateway:

The Gateway is a 1.4 million square foot lifestyle destination in the heart of Downtown Salt Lake City. Owned and managed by Vestar, the property is in the midst of a $100 million redevelopment—infusing retail and dining, entertainment, modern office space, arts and culture, a boutique hotel, and a full calendar of community-driven events.

About Vestar:

As one of the leading privately held real estate companies in the United States, Vestar acquires, develops and manages shopping and entertainment destinations that serve as community focal points. Since its inception in 1989, Vestar has earned a reputation for integrity and responsibility in the fields of retail property development, operations, leasing and marketing. Vestar’s current portfolio of retail properties totals 30 million square feet throughout the western states. For more information, please visit

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