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Tavaci developers present compromise to Cottonwood Heights council

(Cottonwood/Holladay Journal) There might be a change of plans in store for Tavaci.

Tim Soffe and Troy Sanders, developers of the project on the border of Cottonwood Heights and Holladay, presented a compromise proposal for Tavaci to the Cottonwood Heights City Council at the April 27 business meeting. The proposal offered to attempt to reduce visual impacts from the development and drop plans for commercial property in return for increasing the density of development.

Under the proposal, current zoning of 43 estate lots with anticipated house sizes of approximately 15,000 square feet would be changed to allow 255 housing units totaling approximately 1.2 million square feet.

"It's not if, it's how…it's already developed, roads and utilities are there," said Soffe, who is president of Allred Soffe Wilkinson & Nichols, Inc. Their proposal requests a special one-off zone for the 47 acres on the plateau portion of the 87-acre site. Construction is currently stopped on a house being built on lot three, with no further construction scheduled at this time.

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