By Jennifer Napier-Pearce
Salt Lake City, UT – Last May, Adam and Dessi Price set out to do something different with the vacant building they owned in downtown Salt Lake City. They turned it over to artists who painted, scribbled on and graffitied the building's walls, hallways and ceilings, and transformed the 20-thousand square foot structure into a work of art called the 3-3-7 Project.
Now, the Prices are at it again. On Saturday, the dynamic 3-3-7 Project will be razed and a one of a kind green structure will be built in its place.
KUER's Jennifer Napier Pearce reports.