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Density Is a Big Issue Lately—But It’s…

Envision Utah: The headlines keep coming: there’s public pushback about some development project because it’s “too dense.” Inevitably, whenever a developer proposes something, one of the first questions is how dense it is. But instead we should be asking how the project is designed. Will … Read More

Higher density may help Utah’s housing…

by: Tony Semerad of the Salt Lake Tribune 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 … Read More

Salt Lake City, Downtown Booming, Brushes…

Dynamic neighborhoods and high-rise living play against stereotypes of Utah’s capital By Patrick Sisson  Mar 20, 2018, 1:00pm EDT Milagro Apartments under construction in downtown Salt Lake City Downtown Alliance It’s a proven formula for real estate success: Combine a thriving tech scene and downtown development with enviable … Read More