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Utah Bike Paths

87 miles of bike paths to connect cities along Wasatch Front

With more and more residents turning to bikes as a mode of transportation Salt Lake County has decided to add 87 miles of bike paths, the $800,00 budget is just 2 percent of the $40 million transportation budget the Salt…

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 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…

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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…

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Provo Westside Connector project under way after groundbreaking ceremony

Provo Mayor John Curtis kicked off construction on the new Provo Westside Connector during a groundbreaking ceremony Thursday near the Provo Airport. The new road will stretch approximately 3.7 miles, forming a direct connection between the airport and I-15 at…

Utah Land

Land Use Planning and Growth Management in the American West

“This [the West] is the native home of hope. When it fully learns that cooperation, not rugged individualism, is the quality that most characterizes and preserves it, then it will have achieved itself and outlived its origins. Then it has…