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  • Construction on affordable housing to begin this summer

    Developer Tony Johnson of Logan is waiting for final approval on the construction of affordable housing in Garden City. The development will consist of six buildings with 24 units. Construction is expected to begin sometime this summer.

  • Approval extended for America First

    The Midvale City Planning and Zoning commission extended the approval on the preliminary site plan for an America First Credit Union at 6820 S. 900 East. Dee Hansen applied for the approval extension (the site was approved a year ago). The developer for the 5,400-square-foot building is unknown. Construction on the project is hoped to begin sometime this year.

  • Walgreens makes plan to build in Woods Cross

    Plans for a Walgreens at 2600 S. Highway 89 in Woods Cross were reapproved by the planning commission earlier this month. Brandon Whallon of the Hawkins Company of Boise is the developer. Construction on the 14,490-square-foot building is scheduled to begin early in 2010.

  • India Cultural Center receives preliminary approval

    Preliminary approval was granted for the India Cultural Center in South Jordan. The center will be located at 1142 W. South Jordan Parkway and will be approximately 12,000 square feet. Aditya Vinadhare is the applicant for the project. They have yet to choose a builder.

  • Utah Valley Clinic completed

    Construction on the Utah Valley Clinic, 1086 N. 1200 West, Orem, is complete. The structure, built by Paulsen Construction, will be LEED Gold Certified. The Enterprise, May 18-24, 2009

  • Civil engineering firm to expand in West Jordan

    Construction on a 12,500-square-foot office building will begin as Layton Construction prepares to break ground on the Riverview Office Park, according to The Enterprise. The development will consist of six buildings on seven acres near 9000 South and 1000 West in West Jordan. The first building will house Project Engineering Consultants.

  • Telecom provider to expand in American Fork

    Matrix Communications will break ground on a new 13,000-square-foot building in American Fork to house its growing company. The facility for the telecommunications and technology provider will be located at 948 S. Automall Drive in American Fork.  The building will be jointly owned by Matrix and Robinson Brothers Construction, according to The Enterprise. The Enterprise, May 18-24, 2009

  • Ashley Furniture picks Draper as site for fifth Utah store

    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.

  • In-N-Out purchases property

    In-N-Out Burger purchased land at 3715 S. 2700 West in West Valley with plans to build the popular restaurant on the site. Construction is scheduled to begin in June.

  • Ivory Homes to build in West Valley

    West Valley City Council approved the final plat for another Ivory Homes development in the area. The Highbury Towns East, Phase 1, at 3100 S. Daybury Drive, will consist of 31 units in the first phase and 90 when complete. Construction on the homes, which will be between 1,200 and 1,800 square feet, will begin in June.

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