Thanks to the Sandy and Draper city councils, Salt Lake City will soon have even more revenue to fund transit expansion and road repairs. On Tuesday both councils joined councils representing Salt Lake City, Midvale, […]
For decades Utah’s suburban communities have led the state’s population growth but new population estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau show a shift toward urban living as Salt Lake City led the state in most […]
A recently released study reaffirms the consequences of local sprawl and the importance of residential development in the region’s urban centers. A team of scientists at the University of Utah found that since 2001, suburban development […]
Earlier this month, the heads of Pluralsight, a technology learning company, announced their selection of 30-acres of undeveloped land at the Point of the Mountain in Draper, Utah as the location of their new worldwide headquarters. […]
There appears to be a growing divide between where companies are choosing to locate and where younger workers are wanting to live. According to a new report from real estate firm CBRE’s Salt Lake office, commercial office […]
The Salt Lake City urban area is in a historically unique position. Like most cities in the country, Salt Lake’s population began to drop after the completion of the interstate made suburban living more appealing. […]
It has been a good week for solar energy enthusiasts in Utah.