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  • Development to change ownership

    String Town Neighborhood, or the Mayfield Development Site Plan, is in the process of reconfiguring ownership, as there are a few different developers, according to Ken Young, Pleasant Grove community development director. Trophy Homes was largely the developer but is going out of business, Young said.

  • 200-lot subdivision to be built in Price

    Paul Washburn of Washburn and Associates of Orem recently began Phase 1 of the American Dream Subdivision in Price. This development will be a mixture of attached town homes with garages and single family homes. There will be approximately 200 lots.

  • New building for Boys, Girls Club

    Roy City is working on a new space for its Boys and Girls Club. The Hope Community Center will be a two-story, 55,320-square-foot building, immediately west of the city building. It will house the Boys and Girls Club on the lower level and the Senior Citizens Center on the upper level. Building will begin this summer.

  • Storage Units in Roy

    Row-G Inc. plans to develop self-service storage units at approximately 5193 S. 2700 West in Roy on 1.35 acres. Roy City Council will review the conditional use proposal.

  • Smithfield looks to buy land for city office

    Smithfield City is looking to construct a new city office building on a piece of land adjacent to the present city offices. The property is located at 69 N. Main, Smithfield. If the city acquires the land, City Recorder Dean Clegg said, a portion of the property would be sold for commercial use. The parking lot would be used jointly and managed by the city. Architectural Nexus is working with the city on plans for the new offices. Clegg said the project should go out to bid by the end of the summer.

  • New subdivision for Farmington

    Rainy Holmes is the developer of a new 42-lot subdivision in Farmington located near 1600 South and 200 East.

  • Centerville looks to develop Shorelands Commerce Park

    The Centerville Planning Commission is developing a master plan for the Shorelands Commerce Park District located north and west of the Legacy Parkway. The currently undeveloped area will soon need infrastructure with the potential for growth and development. The plan outlines the development of a unique business park that will promote continued economic growth and ensure compatible development with the Legacy Parkway and associated nature preserve.

  • Candlelight Media to expand

    Candlelight Media is proposing to build a new building at Old Station Square in Lindon. Woody Mataele, a Lindon city planner, said the building would be approximately 6,000 square feet and would house the media production group as well as offer office and retail space. The project will be engineered by Doug Lee Engineering. Gregory and Elisa Brough of Candlelight Media filed the request to Lindon City.

  • New library for Herriman

    The Herriman Planning Commission approved the construction of a Salt Lake County Library at 5440 Main in Herriman. The 20,000-square-foot project will go out to bid in April, according to Bryn McCarty, a planner for Herriman City. EDA Architect designed the building, as well as the recreation center which will be located next to the library and will go out to bid in March.

  • LDS Church to build 3 chapels, seminary
    Herriman City will soon see the construction of four new buildings for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, according to Bryn McCarty, a planner for the community. Three of the buildings will be LDS church houses. The architect for the churches is Miller Architect. In addition to the church buildings, the LDS Church has commissioned CD Architects to build an LDS seminary next to the new high school, which is set to be finished in 2010.
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