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  • In-N-Out Burger for Orem

    In-N-Out Burger has secured plans to build another of its restaurants in Orem. The popular fast food eatery will be located at 300 E. University Parkway, Orem. The Orem Planning Commission approved the design of the building. The developer is Greenberg Farrow of Irving, Calif. Jason Bench is the project manager for the Orem facility.

  • Planning commission reviews student housing proposals

    Utah State University will soon have a few more buildings to house its students.
    The design for Willow Creek Student Housing was reviewed by the Logan Planning Commission earlier this month. Rod Thompson will develop the five-building project which will occur in phases. Built on 2.4 acres, the buildings will consist of four units per floor, making for a total of 32 units. Each unit will house up to four students. The project will be located at 1150 N.
  • A motel made of train cars

    Steve and David Grow of Creekview LLC are waiting for final approval of a motel made of train cars. Track 89 Caboose Village will have 10 units (two per train car) on 9.8 acres in Richfield, according to Larry Hanson of the Richfield Planning and Zoning Commission.

  • Planning commission reviews resort proposal

    A schematic plan for a resort facility in Brian Head was presented to the planning commission by Scott Neil, an engineer for New Horizon. The Silver Ridge Resort is proposed to include a restaurant and spa with 110 units.

  • Brian Head resort under construction

    Crystal Air, a resort in Brian Head, is currently under construction. Crews are building roads and installing sewers for the resort facility, according to Wendy Dallan, Brian Head Planning Commission secretary. Dallan said the rest of the project is currently out to bid. Nathan Hall of Iron Ridge Engineering is the engineer on the project.

  • State liquor store planned for Holladay

    Wagstaff Investment LLC is executing the real estate purchase contract for the construction of a state liquor store at the corner of Murray Holladay Road and Highland Drive. The building will be 1,685 square feet.

  • Residential, commercial development in the works

    Fireclay Investment Partners and Blackridge Development are making plans to build a large-scale residential and commercial development, the Fireclay Villages, in Murray. Collin Wright is the project manage. Developers are in the preliminary planning stages and are still working to secure financing, said Tim Tingey, director of Community and Economic Development.

  • Murray High students to build homes

    Murray School District requested Murray City rezone property located at 700 W. and 750 W. Tripp Lane from agricultural to residential, according to Tim Tingey, director of Community and Economic Development. Students at Murray High School will build four homes on the property, Spartan Subdivision, in the next eight years.

  • New subdivision for Willard

    Buckskin and Livestock have plans to develop a 58-lot subdivision in Willard. The Willard Estates Subdivision is waiting for approval on the final plat.

  • Canyon Gates subdivision waits approval

    Developer Ty Thomas is waiting for preliminary approval of the Canyon Gates Subdivision in North Logan. The 272-lot subdivision will be built on 146 acres of land that was previously used as a gravel pit and a junkyard, Planning Commissioner Cordell Batt said. The development will be built in phases, with the first consisting of 25 lots, and will include open space and a trail system.

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