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Growing Sociability: Integrating Communal Space with Development

A new day is dawning in residential development that can serve as a foundation for how people will be living for generations to come. “People are gravitating toward communities that foster their interests,” says ULI Senior Fellow Ed McMahon. “Community…

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Urban living is changing the face of Provo and surrounding areas

PROVO — From the Shops at Riverwoods to East Bay Business Park, construction, new businesses and city living are taking hold. Mixed-use buildings are shaking up the old retail areas and it looks like there are more apartments than renters….

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Natalie Gochnour: 5 predictions for Utah in 2015

The New Year brings with it lots of emotions — pessimism for some, optimism for others. And for everybody it brings anticipation. What will 2015 bring? I took out my crystal ball and came up with five predictions for 2015….

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Go west — new cry for Salt Lake City’s downtown development

URBAN RENEWAL • Salt Lake City’s big plans to upgrade its largely industrial, culturally diverse and partially blighted west-side downtown neighborhood could leave some groups scrambling for new homes. Though dubbed an urban gateway, the western edge of Salt Lake…

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North Utah County: 2014 growth causes ripple effect

LEHI — With northwest Utah County maintaining its position as one of fastest growing for single-family homes in the nation, new businesses have been emerging as well. A man of many embargoed secrets, Christmas presents appeared to be delivered monthly…

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Planning for a transit-oriented future

Having a national planner in town provided an opportunity Thursday for two mayors — Salt Lake County’s Ben McAdams and South Salt Lake’s Cherie Wood — to show off their plans to develop a residential and commercial hub around the…

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City of Orem Looking Forward to $500M Capital Investment

After two and a half years of planning and development, the $500-million redevelopment of the 112-acre University Mall site in Orem is officially under way. A favorable 4-3 vote before Thanksgiving by the Alpine School District gave Woodbury Corporation the…

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How Historical Designations Affect Property Values

When Brooklyn Heights was named New York City’s first historic district in 1965, preservation advocates were delighted. From the modest pre–Civil War federal style to the late-19th-century Greek Revival–style mansions, one of the nation’s most diverse collections of architecture would…