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  • Development proposal in Cedar


    Evan Thompson-Principal of Tuscan, Ariz., is looking to develop 2,200 acres in Cedar City using a Green Build. The Cordero Master Plan Community is still in the preliminary phases, but construction is scheduled to begin on June 1.


  • Redevelopment of Valley Fair Mall set to move forward

    The owners of Valley Fair Mall will be moving forward this spring with Phase 2 of the redevelopment project of the West Valley shopping center. Owner Scott Satterfield said construction, contracted by R&O Contractors, will begin on the plaza and additional retail sites in about a month if all goes as planned.
    In Phase 2, the entrance to the mall will be reconfigured and a park will be added as part of the plaza, Satterfield said. Ross, Petco, Famous Footwear and Panda Express will front the new retail buildings.
  • New civic center for Springville

    Springville City will build a new 73,000-square-foot civic center this summer.

  • Assisted living center proposed in Mapleton

    The Canyon Meadows Assisted Living Center, a 48,441-square-foot facility, has been proposed in Mapleton. Matt Brady, an assistant planner, said the development will be located on the southeast corner of 800 South and Highway 89. Gordon and Ryan Livingston, the developers, are also planning four commercial pad sites for the project.

  • Retirement development seeks approval

    The developers of Whisper Rock Retirement Community are seeking approval from the Mapleton City Council for their project of 58 dwelling units. The units will be marketed to retirement-age consumers, Matt Brady, an assistant planner, said. Cory Andersen is developing the 16.8 acres located off of Maple Street near Highway 89.

  • Public safety building for Mapleton

    Mapleton City will soon be building a public safety building for the fire, ambulance and police departments. Curtis Miner Architects is designing the project which will be funded with monies accumulated by public safety impact fees, said Matt Brady, an assistant planner.

  • 169 apartments to be built in Vernal

    ·      Peg Development of Provo will be building 169 apartments on one of three parcels on a recently divided 10-acre property in Vernal, said Allen Parker, assistant city manager. The property is located at 600 S. 200 East, Vernal. Peg has also expressed interest in building duplexes on one of the other parcels, Parker said.

  • Office condos proposed in West Jordan

    Leo Florence of Triton Group is looking to build office condominiums in West Jordan on 5.69 acres. The Riverview Office Park will be located at 990 W. 9000 South and will be built in six phases. Florence has yet to apply for approval from the city council.

  • In-n-Out waits for approval

    In-N-Out Burger is waiting for final site approval in West Jordan. Mark Noack will be developing the 3,265-square-foot restaurant located at 7785 Jordan Landing Blvd. The popular fast food place will be built on 1.4 acres.

  • Commercial development proposed for West Jordan

    Steve Glezos of Land Solutions LC is waiting for approval from the West Jordan City Council to rezone property at 9090 S. 2200 West. Glezos plans to develop the property for commercial buildings and professional office.

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