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Salt Lake Tribune: Higher density may help Utah’s housing crisis — but it’s a solution many don’t want near them

Salt Lake Tribune: Higher density may help Utah’s housing crisis — but it’s a solution many don’t want near them
July 15, 2018

Standing in wide open farmlands by his home outside Herriman, Justin Swain hardly seems ready to talk about housing density. Yet his story of battling development to protect a way of life is like so many resonating in Utah. When Swain chose two years ago to build in Herriman’s semi-rural Creek Ridge neighborhood, the Utah…

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Salt Lake Tribune: Letter: Holladay needs more housing

Salt Lake Tribune: Letter: Holladay needs more housing
July 12, 2018

Utah is growing, and all of us should be more than thrilled with that. In fact, over the past 10 years, Utah was the fastest-growing state in the nation. The problem? We have too many heads and not enough beds. So it’s no secret that we need smart development in Utah. Especially if we want…

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Cottonwood Holladay Journal: Revised plan for the former mall site unanimously approved

Cottonwood Holladay Journal: Revised plan for the former mall site unanimously approved
July 6, 2018

By Aspen Perry | a.perry@mycityjournals.com Whether residents were for or against the development proposed by Ivory and Woodbury, after seven months of public hearings and presentations, all seemed to breathe a sigh of relief when the Holladay City Council unanimously voted to approve the revised site development master plan (SDMP) for the 57-acre lot. “The…

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Deseret News: Letter: Correcting the record on Holladay Quarter

Deseret News: Letter: Correcting the record on Holladay Quarter
July 5, 2018

Ivory Homes and Woodbury Corporation, locally owned and family operated businesses, have worked in good faith with residents of Holladay City to redevelop the former Cottonwood Mall, now named Holladay Quarter. Unfortunately, misinformation continues to circulate, including a recent letter to the editor. I’m writing to correct the record. Holladay Quarter will provide a new…

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Deseret News: Utah’s growth demands cooperation, not sabotage

Deseret News: Utah’s growth demands cooperation, not sabotage
July 4, 2018

The poet E. E. Cummings wrote, “More, and more, and still more … are we all morticians?” This quote reminds me of the seemingly limitless growth occurring in Utah right now. We have more people, more jobs and more opportunity. We also have more congestion, more pollution and more need for water. For growth to…

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Salt Lake Tribune: Letter: Those against Cottonwood Mall redevelopment plans must really like dirt and weeds

Salt Lake Tribune: Letter: Those against Cottonwood Mall redevelopment plans must really like dirt and weeds
July 2, 2018

The group that launched a petition to stop construction on the old Cottonwood Mall site has a vision without a plan to back it up. This piece of land has always been zoned commercial but there is no way it will be 100 percent retail. The public would not support such a far-fetched venture. The…

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Deseret News: Cottonwood Mall site developer says referendum against project is illegal

Deseret News: Cottonwood Mall site developer says referendum against project is illegal
June 28, 2018

HOLLADAY — The fight for the development of the old Cottonwood Mall site took a legal turn Thursday. Attorneys for Ivory Development announced that they sent a cease-and-desist letter to two groups that oppose the 57-acre, high-density housing development, claiming the groups have broken laws in their campaign against the project. The lawyers also filed…

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