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Survey: New Urbanist Community Results in More Walking, Interaction

Researchers show that residents walk to shopping, but still drive to work. New urbanists have long condemned the cul-de-sac community and championed high-density, multiple use, walkable neighborhoods as an answer to heavy automobile dependence, sedentary lifestyles, and social isolation. However,…

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Understanding Population Density

While the United States population density is about 90 people per square mile, most people live in cities, which have a much higher density. Even among cities, density values can vary considerably from one city to another. Population density allows…

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53K Utahns respond to survey about state’s future

SALT LAKE CITY — This past spring, Governor Gary Herbert, state leaders and Envision Utah asked all Utahns to weigh in on what they want their communities to look like in 2050. Nearly 53,000 people responded on a range of…

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Provo is Scorching the Nation in Economic Growth

In a newly released Brookings Institute report, Provo’s job growth is the fastest pace in the nation. During Q1 2015, Provo rapidly grew at 2.2 percent, scorching the national average of 0.5 percent. While this growth is exceptional, Utah’s growth has consistently ranked…

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Multifamily Investment Shifts to Suburban Opportunity

Real estate investor Robert Hart pulled into the lot of a 400-unit apartment community in a San Diego suburb last month, prepared to pay up for the recently completed project on a quiet residential street. A competitor from a publicly…

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Nation’s professionals offer advice for downtown Spanish Fork

SPANISH FORK — Efforts to revitalize Spanish Fork’s downtown were in full swing last week. Six professional planners flew in from around the nation to offer their time and insights for the community, free of charge. Dave Anderson, the city’s director…

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Congress Pondering 1031 Exchange

Over the past year, a variety of proposals have emerged from Congress designed to gut the tax code and create a simpler, more fair taxation framework. While many deride the U.S. tax code as “broken,” many sections, including Internal Revenue Code Section 1031, function…

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“Your Utah, Your Future” Survey

How do you envision the future of Utah?  By 2050, our population will nearly double, and Utah will add an estimated 2.5 million residents. Will we have enough water to drink? Will our air be clean? How will we educate…

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Utah joins lawsuit over federal fracking rule

SALT LAKE CITY — Gov. Gary Herbert said Utah will join three other states in a legal challenge to a new federal rule that governs hydraulic fracturing, arguing the fledgling regulation duplicates what states are already doing and will be…