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Redevelopment plans continue on Holladay Village

The Holladay Planning Commission met with the Cowboy Partners team last week to discuss the design of the buildings in the Holladay Village Master Plan.

The Holladay Village, a historic part of the city located along Holladay Blvd., will be revitalized with infrastructure improvements, residential buildings and additional retail and office space. The project is partially funded with a more-than $8 million grant from the federal government, Holladay City Planner Patricia Hanson said. The grant will help to cover the cost of reconstructing the intersection, adding a public plaza and developing two new retail/residential buildings along 23rd East.

Construction has already begun on updating the infrastructure, Hanson said. This entails improving vehicular flow through the village while improving safety and providing attractive standards for buildings and streetscape, according to the Holladay Village Master Plan.

Hanson said the city is preparing to award a contract for the construction of the rest of the project. And road construction will be a two-season project, with sidewalks expected to be complete after the next construction season, she said.

Cowboy Partners, developers for the Holladay Village, plan to begin construction on the buildings soon. Hanson said the buildings, which will house small retail spaces, roughly 5,000 square feet, meant for local merchants, should be ready for occupancy during the summer of 2010. Eighty residential units and some restaurant space will also be a part of the buildings, Hanson said.

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