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  • 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.

  • SOUTH SALT LAKE (Deseret News) — The City Council here has until mid-October to decide whether it will borrow $9.5 million on behalf of Market Station developer Steve Aste.

    The developer has told the council that he is under financial pressure to secure funding for the proposed $500 million project between Main Street and State Street near 2100 South. But contrary to statements by city officials, the developer denies that his project is in foreclosure.

    The proposed $9.5 million bonding would go toward purchase of the underlying property.

  • Cedar City » It has taken more than three years of planning and the acquisition of 2,000 acres, but Cedar City is poised to give final approval to the largest development in the city's history -- perhaps one of the biggest in Utah.

    The Cordero development will include commercial space, nearly 8,000 housing units and a 36-hole Jack Nicklaus golf course, and will take 25 to 30 years to complete.

    "Cordero" is Spanish for lamb, reflecting the important sheep industry in the region.

  • The Provo City Council recently considered an ordinance to annex 346.72 acres for future development . Randy Young and Dave Gardner of Gardner and Associates intend to develop the property located from Geneva Road to Utah Lake, between 1300 North and 2000 North. Gardner and Young want to develop the property in two phases, with some single family and attached housing. They also hope to add some commercial development to the property.

  • (The Enterprise) Construction has started on a 9,000-square-foot, mixed use project originally planned to be 17,200 square feet. The project, located at 1709 E. 1300 South, is being developed by Rinaldo Hunt of RH Brokerage Services. The project, which was scaled back because of economic conditions, will house a restaurant, retailer and two office spaces. The eatery is scheduled to open in December. Hunt is making final negations with retail tenants and expects the buildling to be fully occupied upon completion.

  • (Daily Herald) Orem city officials are threatening to hold a foreclosure auction of the stalled Midtown Village unless its developers pony up $430,000 by Nov. 14 to fund work done on underground public parking.

  • The owners of 2,700 acres near Eagle Mountain are discussing with the city council and the planning commission the possibility of annexing and developing the property.
    Eagle Mountain Planning Director Steve Mumford said the property owners, Jared Westhoff and Todd McFarlane, are working with Nate Shipp of DAI on plans for the property, which includes a 500- to 600-acre business park, 9,800 residential units and space for commercial and mixed-use development.
  • Construction on the Holladay Village Center was slowed due to rainy weather. Crews are nearing completion on the buried power and telecommunication portion of the development with poles scheduled to be removed from the north end of Holladay Boulevard this week. Hunt Electric will be setting light pole bases on at multiple locations throughout the project. Curb and gutter is scheduled to be poured on the north side of Murray Holladay Road this week.
  • Salt City Plaza, LLC, submitted a request for a planned development located at approximately 154 W. 600 South and 179 W. 500 South on 4.92 acres. The developer wants to construct multiple buildings on the site. The Architect is GSBS Architects. The proposal is to construct a hotel with office and retail space. There is currently a motel on site. The north portion of the motel will be saved and used.
  • South Salt Lake Planning Commission tabled the approval of the Lofts at Meadowbrook, a mixed-use subdivision at 3808 S. West Temple, until its next meeting May 7. Derek Whetten, an independent contractor, has proposed to develop the project with space for offices, 80 apartment units and 34 residential condos in the first phase. Phase 2 will add additional offices and condos. According to the planning commission staff report, Whetten is still looking for financing.

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