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City Fiscal Structures and Land Development

To read the full report click here. Executive Summary Cities pursue land development and vacant land conversion to boost competitiveness, enhance citizens’ quality of life, and improve the city’s fiscal fortunes. To this end, cities often pursue development opportunities with…

Provo Utah Land

Provo City unveils downtown master plan, seeks input

PROVO — Provo Mayor John Curtis released the city’s proposed plan for the downtown area Tuesday and the city council is asking for public input. The downtown master plan is a guide for the future of downtown Provo and encompasses…

Utah Land Demand

Demand vs. Desire: The New Home Dilemma

Pricing growth dampens new-home demand, but the hesitance is more an indication of fear than a lack of desire among entry-level buyers. A basic lesson in economics teaches that levels of supply and demand point clearly to what prices consumers…

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Don’t put Utah County foothills at risk

Two weeks ago the Utah County Commission made a decision against their staff’s recommendation to approve a zoning change in northern Utah County. This change would allow development on what has historically been protected land. Prior to this break with…

Utah Land

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…

University Place CDA

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…

Land Values

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…

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Developer sues Utah city for dropping project

A Utah company that was chosen to develop a multicultural center of shops, restaurants, condos and offices in West Valley City is suing over the city’s decision to drop the project. The West Valley City Council voted unanimously March 25…