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Tag: Mixed Use Developments

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Study: Denser development boosts transit ridership

Right path » Offers support for new Wasatch Front land-use planning. A new national study supports a path Wasatch Front leaders are following to push for denser development around transit stops to help handle a projected 60 percent population growth…

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Landowner Q & A

What are the financial impacts that urban developments have on surrounding landowners?   A common concern many landowners have when they hear a piece of property near them is being designed for an urban development is that it will negatively…

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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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State officials are launching a new I-15 corridor study

In August we posted an article discussing Utah Counties growing population and the need for additional freeways, Salt Lake and Davis Counties have the same concerns. Transportation and access is crucial to landowners all over the state. State officials have launched a…

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Developer gets another chance on Ogden River project

  OGDEN — Ogden City is giving a developer who failed to meet construction deadlines for a new downtown subdivision another chance. The city’s redevelopment agency, which is made up of members of the city council, recently approved amendments to a…

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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…