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  • GSBS Architects to design Center for New Media at SLCC

    Salt Lake Community College selected GSBS Architects to design its Center for New Media. The building will be located at the college’s South City campus on State Street. Ground is expected to be broken in October for the more than 120,000-square-foot building. The project is expected to be completed by the summer of 2011, with 105,500 square feet being added on to the 17,250 square feet of renovated space. The project will cost $25 million. The Enterprise, July 27 to Aug. 2, 2009

  • Yogurt shop's new owner plans multiple sites

    The owner of Provo’s Froyo, a frozen yogurt parlor, plans to open three new stores by the end of the year. The Froyos will be in American Fork, Orem and West Jordan. Corey Blaser, owner, invested more than $33,000 to design and build the American Fork store. He plans to look into franchising after five years of business. The Enterprise, July 27 to Aug. 2, 2009

  • Industrial imaging firm to build $4 million headquarters

    A 36,000-square-foot building is under construction in Salt Lake City. The building will be the new headquarters for Royce Photo/Graphics Supply Inc. The building is scheduled to be complete for the company to relocate in February. The new facility, 1795 S. Fremont Drive, will have more than double the company’s current warehouse capacity and demonstration room. Royce originally broke ground in 2008, but stalled construction when the local economy started to suffer.

  • Senior apartment complex planned for Capitol Hill area

    The Salt Lake City Council approved the rezone of property on Capitol Hill to accommodate a 70-unit senior housing development planned by the Housing Authority of Salt Lake. Rendon Terrace, 158 N. 600 West, will be funded by tax credits and will be home for those with an annual income of 50 percent or less of the area median income. The complex, which sits on roughly two acres, will have mostly one-bedroom units with some two-bedroom units. Construction of the project will not begin until next year.

  • 184-unit apartment project planned in Taylorsville

    Perry Homes Inc. plans to break ground for the West Village Apartments, a 184-unit rental community in Taylorsville, within the next two months. The Architects Office of Boise Idaho designed the three, three-story buildings which will be located on 7.76 acres at 2099 W. 4700 South.  The community is being built for those 55 and older, with one and two bedroom units ranging in rent from $700 to $1,000 per month. Perry Construction will act as the general contractor for the project.
  • LDS church, multi-family development approved

    The construction of a Latter-day Saint meeting house and a multi-family development has been approved by the Eagle Mountain Planning Commission. The church will be built on 4.205 acres near 4160 E. Inverness Lane near 9490 North. The multi-family development will be built on 1.122 acres adjacent to the church. A retention pond will also be part of the development.  Scott Kirkland of Sage Communities is the developer. Construction has not yet started on the project.

  • Council approves 30-lot subdivision

    A 30-lot subdivision,with  each lot approximately 15,000 square feet, received final approval from the Harrisville City Council. Thoroughbred Meadows subdivision is located at 1000 N. 150 East. The developer is Erick Thomas. Construction has not yet started.

  • Strip mall to be built in Lehi

    Great Basin Engineering received approval to build the Center Pointe Retail development at 1300 E. SR-92 in Lehi. The development will be a three-unit strip mall near Smith’s in Lehi. One building will be 9,176 square feet, with the other two each built at 6,642 square feet. Raddon Development will be building the development.

  • Mapleton approves office building

    Mapleton City approved the project plan for the construction of a 6,700-square-foot building. The building will be located at 1641 W. Alvey Drive in the Alvey Industrial Park. The development will be built to suit, either as warehouse, office or retail space. Don Bleggi is the developer.

  • St. George changes zoning for large development

    (The Spectrum) The city has approved a zone change for a huge development south of the new airport, along the Southern Parkway. It’s 2,432 acres, and could include up to 6,317 dwelling units, plus some commercial and light industrial property near the airport.

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