Utah hockey team’s owners are making plans for a Sandy mall — and just told one tenant to leave

Salt Lake Tribune journalist Palak Jayswal shares details on Dreamscapes move.

The nonprofit Utah Arts Alliance received a notice Wednesday that it will have to vacate its walk-
through arts exhibition Dreamscapes — which occupies part of a 100,000-square-foot space that

used to be the second floor of a Macy’s department store in The Shops at South Town.

The termination letter, a copy of which The Salt Lake Tribune has obtained, was addressed to the
alliance from The Shops at South Town. The letter says the lease, or license agreement, for the
space will be terminated in 90 days — or August 6.

Derek Dyer, Utah Arts Alliance’s founder and executive director, said Dreamscapes will close at the
end of June and start moving out.

“We don’t really have any issue with what the Smith Entertainment Group is doing,” Dyer said
Monday. “We’re kind of collateral damage in the situation.”

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