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City Creek sues ex-food court tenant

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First Published Aug 06 2012 07:17 pm • Last Updated Aug 07 2012 12:03 am

EVICTION » Upscale shopping center City Creek Center is trying to collect nearly $44,000 from Big Sal’s restaurant, a food court tenant it is evicting. City Creek Center opened in Salt Lake City March 22. The mall, owned and operated by Taubman Centers Inc., has about 80 retailers. Its lawsuit against Big Sal’s, filed in 3rd District Court, alleges that the restaurant failed to pay rent and other costs required to remain in the high-end mall.

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