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  • Planned Redevelopment Near Orchard North Neighborhood

    The owner of two lots that are remains of an orchard, with one lot containing a house, would like to re-zone the lots to a Planned Residential Development (PRD) in order to construct twin homes on the combined properties. Currently, the lots are R8 zone, which requires single-family development. The lots are located in the general area of 1100 North 800 East in Orem.

  • New subdivision to be developed in Sandy

    The Cove at Riverwood, a 36-single family-lot subdivision, will be under construction soon. The development is located just off of State and Street and 112th South, near Home Depot. The homes will be featured in this year's August Home Show. Doug Young of Sandstone Development is the developer.

  • Smithfield approves 19-lot subdivision

    The concept plan for Monte Vista, a 19-lot subdivision commercial subdivision, was approved by the Smithfield City Council. The development will be located at 531 S. Main. JEF Investments LLC is the developer.

  • 23-lot subdivision planned for Brian Head

    The final plat amendment was approved for the Crystal Aire Subdivision. The 23-lot subdivisionwill be located at Lightening Point with views ov Cedar Breaks National Monument and the town of Brian Head. The lots are .50 acres and larger. The development of the lot will be determined by the builder. Ridge Engineering is engineering the development.

  • Ground broken for $12.5 million clubhouse

    (The Enterprise) Ground was broken on a $12.5 million clubhouse and proshop for the Riverside Country Club at 2701 N. University Avenue in Provo. The clubhouse will be 40,325 square feet, and the proshop will be 12,469 square feet. The new facility will include a restaurant, kitchent, ballroom, meeting halls, boardroom and locker rooms. Zions Bank Real Estate Banking Group is providing the financing for the demolition and ground-up construction. The facility was designed by Douglas W. Fredrickson Architects of Phoenix. Magleby Construction of Lindon is the general contractor.

  • Concept plan approved for Holmes Homes development

    The Midvale Planning Commission approved the concept plan for a 124-unit townhome development at 7600 S. Bingham Junction Boulevard. Holmes Homes will develop the multi-family residential project.

  • Approval given for UofU Specialty Care Center

    The final site plan for the University of Utah Specialty Care Center was approved by the South Jordan Planning Commission. The building will be three sotries, 206,900 square feet on 9.4 acres at 5126 W. Daybreak Parkway. The facility will include an outpatient care center and an emergency room with a helipad. The Huntsman Cancer Institute will have an outpatient care center as well as doctors offices in the building. Construction will begin in late spring or early summer. Kennecott Land Company is the developer. Dixon and Associates is the architect.

  • Holladay hosts open house on plaza development

    Nearly 80 residents attended an open house hosted by Holladay to received input on the design and redevelopment of the Plaza. The Plaza will include retail buildings, water features and a statue of John Holladay. Holladay City also gave final site plan approval for the Holladay Village Mixed-Use Development. This development is located adjacent to the plaza and will have 20,000 square feet of commercial space. Another 100,000 square feet will be high-end apartments. Cowboy partners is the developer for both projects.

  • 13-unit condos approved in Garden City

    The preliminary plat for Pickleville Commons, a 13-unit condominium development, was approved by the Garden City Council. The development will be built on 2 acres at 2099 S. Bear Lake Blvd.

  • In-N-Out Burger approved in Centerville

    The final site plan for an In-N-Out Burger was approved by the Centerville City Council. The popular fast food chain will be built on 1.5 acres at 475 N. 700 West in Centerville. Mark Noack with Greenborough Farrow Architecture is the applicant. Construction on the building is scheduled to begin this summer.

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