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  • Deseret First Credit Union opens in City Creek

    Deseret First Credit Union opened at the City Creek Center in downtown Salt Lake City. The branch, one of the first fully-operating businesses in the development, is located above the food court. The Enterprise, June 15-21, 2009

  • Doug Smith Autoplex to expand American Fork facility

    Doug Smith Autoplex will add a 5,679-square-foot sales building and a display yard to its American Fork facility. The new structure will house its KIA Automobile Sales division which has been relocated from Provo. The KIA division will be located at 500 W. Main Street in American Fork. Doug Smith is owner of the autoplex. FFKR Architects will be designing the new facility.

  • Business condos for Cedar City

    Ron Larsen of Insite Engineering will convert an already existing building owned by Wayne Decker into business condominiums. Coal Creek Commercial Condominiums, 12 total, will be located at 400 West and Coal Creek Road in Cedar City. The Cedar City Planning Commission approved the preliminary plan for the project.

  • Springville approves business condos

    The Springville Planning Commission granted preliminary approval for the construction of eight business condominiums at 655 and 665 E. 400 South. Livingston Construction will build the condos and sell them separately to individual businesses.

  • Construction on Cafe Rio begins

    Construction on a Café Rio in Cedar City is underway at 1243 S. Sage Drive. The restaurant will feature a drive-up window, a new addition for the eatery. CHB is the developer. Ron Chandler is the applicant.

  • Subdivision to be built in Fairview Canyon

    A four-lot subdivision received final approval from the Sanpete County Commission. Rock-a-bye subdivision will be located in Fairview Canyon. Ron Bangerter is the subdivision developer.

  • Retail project approved in Marriott-Slaterville

    The Mill Creek Plaza preliminary subdivision and site plan was approved by the Marriott-Slaterville Planning Commission. The Plaza, located at 2000 W. 400 North, will be built on 2.5 acres and will consist of three retail pads, a lube shop, a car wash and a fast food restaurant. Robert Anderson applied for approval.

  • Council approves construction of In-N-Out Burger

    The West Valley City Council gave final approval May 5 for the construction of In-N-Out Burger, known for its simple menu and good food. The burger joint will replace the Big-O tire store located on the corner of 2700 West and 3500 South. Ground breaking will begin in June, with an expected opening in late September or early October. West Valley Journal

  • Site plans approved for office building

    Lehi City Planning Commission approved site plans for a two-story professional office building at 3400 N. 1200 West in an existing business park zone. Ralph Woodward is the property owner. It is unknown if a developer has been acquired for the construction of the 4,200-square-foot building.

  • Wal-Mart to build green

    A green Wal-Mart in Heber City will be one of the firsts of its kind to use solar energy and other renewable energy sources. The Boyer Group is the developer for the smaller but more efficient big box store. The building, located close to 1300 S. Highway 189, will be approximately 105,000 square feet with an additional 20 to 30 adjacent retail stores. Construction is scheduled to begin this year with the completion date planned for early summer of 2010.

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