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Old Posted Apr 15, 2017, 8:37 PM
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...The building will include 130,000 square feet of performing and teaching space, a 900-seat concert hall, a 501-seat proscenium theater with an orchestra pit, a dance hall with retractable seats and a choral ensemble venue. The entrance plaza to the building will double as an outdoor performance venue.

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Where can we go for more details on this project? Such as: location on campus, site plan, additional renderings, etc. Gracias
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Old Posted Apr 15, 2017, 8:53 PM
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New Lehi Office Building

First I've seen of this new project in Lehi. More of the same for Point of the Mountain.

http://www.cbcadvisors.com/pmail/fug...one%20Peak.pdf
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Old Posted Apr 17, 2017, 3:48 PM
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Where can we go for more details on this project? Such as: location on campus, site plan, additional renderings, etc. Gracias
It's a little difficult to see on this image, but if you look up the Noorda Theater (on the East side of campus), the new PAC will be attached to the existing theater.



More renderings,
http://method-studio.com/work/cultur...g-arts-center/
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Old Posted Apr 17, 2017, 4:38 PM
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Entrata Opens New Office In Lehi, Installs Giant Bus Inside

https://siliconslopes.com/entrata-op...e-e55cfba8676f

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Old Posted Apr 20, 2017, 2:22 AM
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Young Living going in Lehi, same architect as UCCU in Lehi.
http://www.scholzarchitects.com/projects/13

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Old Posted Apr 20, 2017, 7:56 PM
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Canyon Creek in Spanish Fork is starting to move a lot of dirt. They are currently building a Ross, Petco, and Cinemark... I'm not sure how many screens, but I'm just glad they're moving dirt.... Homes and townhomes are springing up like weeds in May down here. Can't say I'm unhappy about it, since I own a home that is increasing in value. Also, the way I see it, growth south of Provo should (in theory) help Provo's downtown, especially since most of Spanish Fork is only 10-15 minutes away.
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6 story office building at Pleasant Grove Blvd exit

6 story Grove Tower office building going in at PG/I-15 exit.



Awful waste of space (as per usual for Utah development)... but I guess what do you expect in this area. It's as if there's an unlimited amount of developable land with freeway frontage (...until there's not.)

Is it just me or could this developer have thought to himself "...hmmm, long term, If I just built more underground parking and/or a multi-level parking structure initially, I could actually build a phase two or even three once phase 1 is fully leased and really make some good money here!!" But nah, it's cheaper to do it this way outta the gates... Let's go with this. (...but at the same time, the developer is actually contributing to a much better use of space, so would it actually be better?) Thoughts? I mean, I'm halfway joking but kind of serious here. I'd love to see 192K sq ft go up in downtown provo (in a less stout and taller structure, as that much sq. footage could easily be a 10 story building with near 20K sq ft floor plats.)

But since it's not built in Provo, how would it be improved in it's current location. I just hate seeing this thing as a small island amongst a massive sea of parking...

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It's an attractive building as far as your typical office park mid-rises go. The thing is, this is not a fait complete. As demand rises more offices and probably multi-level parking will fill in the surrounding plot itself, and the remaining business park. Few if any business parks start out fully completed. This is just an initial offering, as I'm sure you probably understand.
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Old Posted Apr 21, 2017, 2:52 PM
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Canyon Creek in Spanish Fork is starting to move a lot of dirt. They are currently building a Ross, Petco, and Cinemark... I'm not sure how many screens, but I'm just glad they're moving dirt.... Homes and townhomes are springing up like weeds in May down here. Can't say I'm unhappy about it, since I own a home that is increasing in value. Also, the way I see it, growth south of Provo should (in theory) help Provo's downtown, especially since most of Spanish Fork is only 10-15 minutes away.
Cinemark will be eight screens; one of those stadium seating with XD. I believe they are building it so they can expand to ten screens if/when demand warrants it.

They've also announced Olive Garden, Ulta, Maurices, Downeast, and Famous Footwear.
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