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  • Draper (Salt Lake Tribune) » It's called Canyon Vine Cove, but a more appropriate name might be Foreclosure Boulevard.

    Within walking distance of the Draper Temple, trophy home after trophy home was built in recent years, with construction fueled by the lax lending standards and adjustable-rate loans that would later help push the nation's teetering economy into recession.

    Today, two years into the Wasatch Front's real estate downturn, the street is littered with properties in various stages of being repossessed by banks.

  • (SALT LAKE TRIBUNE) -- Salt Lake County will take a swing at selling its scenic South Mountain Golf Club.

    With a budget stuck in the rough of a deep recession, the County Council decided Tuesday to put the unprofitable Draper course up for sale -- a move that Republican Councilman Jeff Allen hopes will rid the county of an investment that runs more than $1 million in the hole every year.

    While the council agreed to put South Mountain on the market, it didn't commit to going through with the sale. Officials simply want to see any offers.

  • The Draper City Council approved the site plan and conditional use permit for a Springhill Suites Hotel at 12111 S. Factory Outlet Drive. Woodbury Corporation will build the hotel on 2.36 acres.

  • Draper Office Associates received approval on its plat request for Midas Creek Office, a 17,000-square-foot building. The two-story building will be built on 1.05 acres at 619 E. 12300 South in Draper. Eight offices, ranging in size from 1,500 square feet to 2,000 square feet, will be available for purchase once the structure is complete.

  • Zions First National Bank has filed a $25 million lawsuit against Draper, alleging the municipality mismanaged the 3,600-acre SunCrest development atop Traverse Ridge, leading it to fail financially. Original Article

  • (Draper Journal) -- With the turn of a few golden shovels at the corner of 11800 South Factory Outlet Road, the geographical and medical landscape of Draper entered a new era on May 19. Where horse shows and riding lessons were once held at the Draper Barn, and a new state-of-the-art medical facility marks the beginning new era of medical care in Draper.

  • The Draper City Council approved the construction of a 58,000-square-foot Ashley Furniture store at 135 W. 13100 South. The facility will be the fifth Ashley Furniture store to open in Utah. Architectural drawings are expected to be finished in the next 120 days, with construction scheduled to be complete in time for the store to open next spring, according to The Enterprise.

  • Olsen & Associates is waiting for approval on its Windsor Mill Project. The developer plans to build 115 units of multifamily homes on 19 acres. Construction is scheduled to begin this summer.

  • Holmes Homes is proposing to build 25 single family homes on five acres near 13800 South and 300 East in Draper. Holmes Homes plans to begin construction this summer.

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