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  • Five-lot subdivision planned for 395 acres in Kamas

    Developer Brett Hollberg of LRH Properties Inc. is planning to develop 395 acres in Kamas. Hollberg hopes to build a five-lot subdivision in the area, with each lot on six acres. The remaining land would be designated as open, agricultural space.The subdivision, called Cove at Cherry Canyon, would be east of Wanship.

  • Industrial development planned for Vineyard

    A conditional use permit and site plan was approved for a 2.44-acre industrial development that will consist of office, manufacturing and warehouse space. There will be two phases of this project. It will be located at 331 E. 1750 North. The warehouse and manufacturing will be 15,800 square foot, the office 5,800 square feet, totaling 21,600 square feet. The second phase will be on the east half of the lot for future development. The developer is Mark Wadsworth of Wadsworth, LLC.

  • 54-unit project approved in American Fork

    Conditional approval was granted for the Vitaro planned unit development at 650 S. 600 East in American Fork. Fifty-four units will be built on 5.5 acres. The developer is David Robinson with The Fusion Group.

  • Chick-Fil-A to be built in American Fork

    The American Fork Planning Commission approved a site plan for Chick-Fil-A . It will be located at 183 N. West State Road. The building will be 4,100 square feet in size and will seat 94 patrons. Ensign Engineering is the engineer on the project.

  • Condo development planned for Garden City

    A 97-unit condo development will be built in Garden City at 100 N. 100 West. Rod Thompson is the developer on the project. He plans to begin construction on Phase II of the project soon. Phase I is already complete. Phase III is waiting for final approval from the Garden City Council. Once complete, the Season's Condo Development will have 17 buildings on 8.21 acres.

  • Commercial buildings planned for Pleasant View

    A 50,000-square-foot building will be constructed in the Parkland Commercial Subdivision in Pleasant View. It will be one of three buildings built in this portion of the Parkland Business Park, located at 1600 W. 2740 North. J.D. Machine will occupy the 50,000-square-foot building.

  • Provo Housing Authority to build five homes

    The Provo Housing Authority is waiting for approval to build five homes at 241 S. 1600 West. The Crown II project will be built on .54 acres. Each unit in the project will be approximately 1,800 square feet.

  • Townhomes to be built in Provo

    The Rocky Mountain Townhome project received approval from the Provo Planning Commission and will be recommened for approval to the Provo City Council. Developer Chris Olsen wants to build 11 townhomes on .60 acres at 673 W. Labon Circle. Each unit will be approximately 1,600 square feet. John Duster with Georgetown Development is the builder on this project.

  • Chick-Fil-A looking to build in Logan

    The design review for a Chick-Fil-A was approved by the Logan Planning Commission. The restaurant would be located at 1323 N. Main. Deborah Kerr of Kerr Project Services will be developing the 4,343 square foot building. It will include a drive-thru, inside seating for 1,144 and patio seating for 28. The building will be built on 1.05 acres.

  • DAI to build The Grove Subdivision in Farmington

    Farmington City approved the final plat for The Grove subdivision at 525 N. Main. Roads and gates have already been built in the 23-lot subdivision. Each lot will be 3,000 square feet. DAI will be developing the property once it has received building permits. Nate Shipp has been coordinating the project for DAI.

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