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Park City

Park City construction industry positioned for a $100 million year

The Park Record posted the article below written by Jay Hamburger, THE PARK RECORD. – – – – – – – – – The Park City construction industry in July enjoyed its fourth consecutive month of topping $10 million, putting…

Cottonwood Square

Smith’s store to anchor development at former Cottonwood Mall site

Master Developments of this size can be a great asset to landowners surrounding sites like Cottonwood Square, which sits at the intersection of Murray-Holladay Road and Highland Drive, in Holladay. The article below was prepared by the Salt Lake Tribune. HOLLADAY…

Utah Building Lots

Lot production in Utah

Utah ranks 9th in 2Q 2014 lot production according to Metrostudy, a leading construction research firm. If you have driven around the state you have noticed the amount of new subdivisions being improved. We have included the Metrostudy article below….

Utah Landowners

RESTORE: Commercial and Mixed Use Development Trends in the Rocky Mountain West

Commercial and mixed use development trends have changed course in recent years. Retailers are seeking smaller spaces and “right-sizing” their locations. Young shoppers, accustomed to buying on the internet, are still shopping at brick-and-mortar locations, but now seek a complete…


Unincorporated Salt Lake County: An Economic Development Diamond in the Rough

Momentum Indoor Climbing, which opened in Millcreek in April, is the largest and most comprehensive climbing gym in Utah. Leaders gathered for the ribbon-cutting included, left to right, Salt Lake County Office of Township Services Economic Development Director Brigham Mellor,…

Clearfield Station

Vital Clearfield Station road project gets green light

  CLEARFIELD — A road project considered vital to the future of a $122 million development on 70 acres of Utah Transit Authority property near the Clearfield Station has been given the green light. The city council voted recently to…

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U.S. Cities Are Slowing But Suburbs Are Growing

While cities are still outpacing suburbs, the gap is closing 4 Key Takeaways from New Census Data The United States’ biggest cities grew more slowly last year as suburban areas ticked up, according to figures released by the U.S. Census…

Utah Landowners

Subdivisions in the Intermountain West

Over the past decade, the Intermountain West has experienced an unprecedented boom in speculative real estate development followed by a precipitous bust in housing and land values. “Zombie Subdivisions” now dot the landscape and continue to hamstring the fiscal health…