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  • Lindon approves subdivision of property

    The Lindon City Council approved the subdivision of the Pear Tree development located at 100 West and 600 North in Lindon. The land will be divided into eight lots that will be sold individually. Each lot will be approximately .50 acres. Sherl Tomlinson of Huggard Estates is the developer.

  • Harmony Place conceptual plan approved

    The Layton Planning Commission approved the conceptual plan and rezone development agreement for Harmony Place. The residential development will consist of 117 lots with single-family, patio-style homes. A park and a school will eventually be built in the development. Jeff Martineau is the developer on the project. The Layton City Council is scheduled to give final approval later this month.

  • Mixed-use development proposed in Willard

    North Park Development and Cache Landmark of Logan are discussing the possibility of development nearly 20 acres near the Flying J truck stop in Willard, at approximately 750 North on the east side of Interstate 15. The developers met with the Willard Planning Commission to discuss the proposal, which would include retail, banks, a hotel, restaurants, a convenience store and housing. Frontrunner has also proposed a transit hub at the location. Although the project is just a concept at the time, Willard is hopeful for the development.

  • Smithfield approves PUD

    The first phase of the Stone Haven planned unit development was approved by the Smithfield Planning and Zoning. The Smithfield City Council will review the project that will be a total of 173 lots in its entirety. The first phase will consist of 18 lots of townhomes, with future phases including the construction of a clubhouse and swimming pool. Construction on the project should being this spring, according to Ryan Rodger of North Ridge Development. The project is located at 100 East and 600 South in Smithfield.

  • Ground broken on West Jordan Catholic Church

    St. Joseph the Worker Catholic Church in West Jordan broke ground on its new church on Jan. 24. The design for the new church was created by Sparano + Mooney Architects and has won two architectural awards from the American Institute of Architects. The new church is scheduled for completion in December. R&O Construction of Ogden is general contractor.

  • Valley Fair Mall in next phase of remodel

    (Enterprise) Work on the largest phase of the redevelopment at the Valley Fair Mall in West Valley City has begun. It will include more than 100,000 square feet of new and remodeled stores, including Ross Dress for Less, Famous Footwear, Petco, and a Farr’s Fresh Ice Cream and Frozen Yogurt Café. R&O Construction, Ogden, is general contractor.

  • New natural gas fueling station in Washington County

    Questar Gas is pleased to announce that its newest natural gas refueling station is located in Washington County. The new Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Station is located at 40 N. 6300 West, Hurricane, Utah. They would like to invite community and business leaders to join them for the open house on Friday, Feb. 12, 2010 at 11 a.m. at the Hurricane Chevron station.

  • West Valley plans for development

    West Valley City is preparing for future development along 3500 South and 5600 West at the Hunter Town Center. The area was rezoned for high density, transit-oriented, mixed-use development in preparation for the Mountain View Corridor and UTA Rapid Transit.  Although no developers have made plans to build in the area, West Valley is hopeful development will occur in the near future.

  • EDA Architects to move


    EDA Architects is planning a June move from 111 E. Broadway to roughly 9,200 square feet in the Boston Building, 9 Exchange place, Salt Lake City. About 35 employees will make the move to larger quarters than the 55-year-old firm currently occupies.

  • 124-lot subdivision approved in Heber

    The Wasatch County Planning Commission gave preliminary approval for a 124-lot subdivision in Heber. The proposed development would be for single family homes and would be built on 133.32 acres, making the lots 1 acre or larger. The area is zoned residential agricultural and is located at approximately 2400 South and 2400 East in Heber.

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