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  • Warehouses to be divided into business condos
    06/23/09

    Sam White of White Inc. received approval from the Lindon City Council to divide an office warehouse at 1762 W. 20 South into business condominiums. Six warehouses measuring between 7,000 and 9,000 square feet will be divided for individual sell.

  • Approval given for Utah Cultural Celebration Center subdivision
    06/23/09

    West Valley City approved preliminary and final plat for the Utah Cultural Celebration Center subdivision. Two lots were created for the city to sell to Jordan River Marketplace, a new international development that will have retail and commercial development. The plat consists of three lots on 24.2 acres and is located at approximately 1300 W. 3300 South.

  • Posovi subdivision given approval
    06/23/09

    Ivins City Council approved a first amended master plan/development agreement for the Posovi Phase II subdivision project. Posovi Phase I already exists. The subdivision will be a total of 17 lots divided into smaller lots. Phase II-B will have two lots on four acres and Phase II-I will have two lots on 3.6 acres. It is located at approximately 2000 N. 900 West. The developer is Terry Martin with Kayenta Development.

  • Sundance considers building conference center
    06/23/09

    Sundance Resort has plans to build a conference center at the Provo Canyon ski resort. The center would be between 12,000 and 13,000 square feet. The Utah County Planning Commission recommended approval to amend the Sundance site plan to make way for the conference center. Sundance will also be adding additional parking areas.

  • Guadalupe Charter School expresses interest in city property
    06/23/09

    The Guadalupe Charter School is interested in purchasing 3.17 acres of Rose Park Golf Course property, approximately 1200 West between 1300 North and 1400 North, from Salt Lake City to build a new school. If the city decides to sale the property, the acquired funds would be used to purchase 2.64 acres on Redwood Road south of the Rose Park Golf Course practice Range. The purchase of this property would allow the city to lengthen and improve the practice range.

  • Housing Authority requests zone change for senior housing development
    06/23/09

    The Housing Authority of Salt Lake City requested a zoning amendment to the Capitol Hill Community Master Plan future land use map. The rezone would change the area from Special Development Pattern Residential Districts to Moderate/High Density Multi-Family Residential District. The change would allow for the construction of a 70-unit senior housing development on approximately two acres at approximately 158 N. 600 West and 560 W. 200 North. The development would be a single, three-story building.

  • Additional density allowed for Saddleback Village development
    06/23/09

    Developers of Saddleback Village in western Weber County were granted additional density by the Weber County Commission. Phil Hancock, the developer for Saddleback Village, plans to build 170 lots in unincorporated Weber County. Hancock is also involved in the West Haven Destination Development.

  • Final plat approved for Whispering Pines Subdivision
    06/23/09

    The final plat was approved for phase two of the Whispering Pines Subdivision near Kolob Reservoir in Washington County. Carl Sorenson is owner of the property. Development of the infrastructure has started. Lots will be available for owners to build on.

  • Woods Cross approves subdivision plat
    06/23/09

    The Valentine Cottage Homes development subdivision plat was approved by the Woods Cross City Council. The subdivision will have 15 lots for residential homes. Development Associates are the developers and will begin work on the project as soon as possible.

  • Rain slows progress on Holladay Village Center
    06/23/09

    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.
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