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Old Posted Feb 27, 2018, 10:23 PM
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Ogden's Shadow Valley site of proposed 79-unit town home development


http://www.standard.net/Business/201...ow-Valley.html

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A Centerville-based developer is considering a 79-unit housing development in the Shadow Valley area geared to moderate- and higher-income tenants.

JF Capital has proposed a 23-structure development at the 9.7-acre site of the former Intermountain Behavioral Health Institute in the 5000 block of Harrison Boulevard in southern Ogden, according to Ogden Planning Division documents. The ex-mental health facility is now vacant and the property owner, Intermountain Healthcare, which also operates McKay-Dee Hospital here, has been trying to sell the land, according to Intermountain spokesman Chris Dallin.

A J.F. Capital representative did not immediately respond to queries Friday seeking comment, but the firm’s plans, filed with the city, call for 79 three-bedroom, two-story town homes contained in 23 structures. The existing structures on the land would be razed and many of the trees on the plot would also be removed.

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The project leaves more open space than required by city guidelines. J.F. Capital could have included up to 200 units in the development.
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Old Posted Mar 25, 2018, 3:31 PM
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To update my previous post about 25th/Ogden:

- Building will be called The Monarch
- Ogden City Arts has called the place the "Nine Rails" which is a creative district?

No other real information I can find at the moment.
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Old Posted Mar 27, 2018, 11:00 PM
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Station Park Signs Best Buy to Open New Store in Farmington
Best Buy to open in time for holiday shopping season;

12 additional retail, dining and entertainment locations to open


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Station Park, the unique and preeminent specialty retail, dining, office and lifestyle complex, announced today that Best Buy, a leading provider of technology products and services, has signed a lease to open a new store at Station Park this fall.

Best Buy’s 36,000-square-foot store will offer a strong assortment of major appliances, premium audio and home theater technology, and other products and services. It will be the company’s ninth store in the Salt Lake City area.

“Our objective is to always consider the evolving needs of our communities and customers, and Best Buy answers a need that has become evident in Davis County,” said David Anderson, general manager of Station Park. “We’re also excited to announce that Nike Factory Store is opening in April, serving another important need for our community.”

Tortilla Union Southwest Grill, a new concept in casual dining, opened at Station Park in mid-March, and will provide visitors another choice for dining with family, friends, or business colleagues. The restaurant features specialty southwestern dishes made with fresh, regional ingredients and includes an environment and ambience to match. The full service bar features specialty southwestern cocktails, regional and craft beers, and select wines.

“Our goal at Tortilla Union is to celebrate the spirit and flavors of the Southwest,” said Trevor Blackwell, president of Tortilla Union. “We believe that dining is all about the journey, not the destination, and that every meal can be its own celebration.”

In total, Station Park is welcoming 12 new or enlarged retail, entertainment, and dining options:

Best Buy (opening fall 2018)
Tortilla Union Southwest Grill (opened March 16)
Nike Factory Story (opening April 26)
Cooper & Violet (a local children’s boutique, opened first week of March)
Cinemark Theatre (fully remodeled in January with luxury seating)
Zumiez (relocated to the Fountain Square area in February, with an expanded footprint)
Hope Ave. (relocated next to Downeast and Francesca’s in early March, with an enlarged footprint)
Wendy’s (opened in Station Park West January 2018)
Smart Cookie (opened end of 2017 at Fountain Square)

At Station Park West, the third phase of the property, three new stores will open in summer 2018:

Sports Clips
Jersey Mike’s Subs
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If you are ready for a deep dive here is the city master plan on the "Nine Rails District" in Ogden

https://www.ogdencity.com/DocumentCenter/View/6308

Additionally here is the website for the new home development at the old Dee School

http://stonehillhomes.com/





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Old Posted Apr 10, 2018, 8:52 PM
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Construction far from over at Ogden River redevelopment area

Update on Ogden River redevelopment area

Ogden Standard-Exminer: Construction far from over at Ogden River redevelopment area


Image by: BENJAMIN ZACK/Standard-Examiner
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Does any one have details of the townhome/apartment project on skyline and Harrison, just north and east of the Chevron?
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To update my previous post about 25th/Ogden:

- Building will be called The Monarch
- Ogden City Arts has called the place the "Nine Rails" which is a creative district?

No other real information I can find at the moment.
From the facebook link you gave.
"The Monarch will be the epicenter of the “Nine Rails Creative District” and will be the future home to artisans, designers, and creatives of all types. The Monarch will offer restaurant, retail and event space (2500 - 10,000 sq. ft.), exhibit and collaborative space (3000 - 4500 sq. ft.), and artisan and designer creative studios (300 - 1500 sq. ft.)." If they pull it off, it could be really cool.
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Nordic Valley Proposes Major Expansion, 2000% Increase in Skiable Terrain, Gondola to North Ogden

I grew up skiing at this small, family-owned ski hill. If this proposal is enacted, one of the state's smallest ski areas would grow into one of its largest and most accessible. I have mixed feelings about the changes, but I'll give credit to the new owners for dreaming big.

Ogden Standard Examiner, by Leia Larson, Monday, June 25, 2018
Nordic Valley's lofty expansion plans go online, but many questions remain

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Nordic Valley’s new management quietly revealed massive expansion plans with a website, nordicvalleyproject.com, going live last week.

The proposed changes look ambitious. According to a conceptual rendering, they include 10 new lifts and dozens of new runs criss-crossing Coldwater Canyon and the North Ogden Divide. All said, the proposition would take Nordic Valley from a diminutive 140 skiable acres to 2,850 lift-served acres.

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Nordic Valley Proposes Major Expansion, 2000% Increase in Skiiable Terrain, Gondola to North Ogden

I grew up skiing at this small, family-owned ski hill. If this proposal is enacted, one of the state's smallest ski areas would grow into one of its largest and most accessible. I have mixed feelings about the changes, but I'll give credit to the new owners for dreaming big.

Ogden Standard Examiner, by Leia Larson, Monday, June 25, 2018
Nordic Valley's lofty expansion plans go online, but many questions remain
Wow. That's massive. I'm skeptical that all of this will happen, but hopefully some of it does
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If the gondola in North Ogden is successful I would hope Snow Basin can try again at a gondola that starts around Weber State. A Gondola that begins in downtown Ogden was not a good idea in my opinion. The Weber State area is a natural starting point or something close to it. The drive to these ski resorts is getting out of hand. The Cottonwood canyons have become a joke on a snow day. A gondola or tram from the east bench of Ogden would be such a great addition to the city. It could totally transform Ogdens image regionally and nationally. As is, Ogden is a sleeper town when it comes to skiing. This Nordic Valley expansion and possibly a revisit to the Ogden to Snow Basin gondola would be unbelievable for the outdoor industry and hotels for Ogden. Plan it right and build it.
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As is, Ogden is a sleeper town when it comes to skiing.
A lot of locals probably like it that way. As you said, the canyons around Salt Lake are an absolute mess on a snow day.
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Could Ogden be new home for BLM headquarters?

https://www.deseretnews.com/article/...dquarters.html

...Since Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke announced his intention to reorganize the agency, states in the West are vying for consideration of being the new home for the Bureau of Land Management's headquarters. Utah and Colorado have repeatedly surfaced as top contenders...
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Could Ogden be new home for BLM headquarters?

https://www.deseretnews.com/article/...dquarters.html

...Since Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke announced his intention to reorganize the agency, states in the West are vying for consideration of being the new home for the Bureau of Land Management's headquarters. Utah and Colorado have repeatedly surfaced as top contenders...
I don't think it will be. Too many people want it closer to an airport with multiple daily flights to the D.C. area.

All the stories that I have read said it has been between downtown Denver and downtown Salt Lake City due to the proximity of the large airport.

Denver was mostly ruled out by most politicians and pundits because their airport is so far away from downtown Denver leaving downtown Salt Lake City the clear front runner for the BLM headquarters according to most national people.

So while Rob Bishop would probably like it to go in Ogden, the rest of the Committee, the Senate, the Interior Department and the BLM are looking at downtown Salt Lake City.
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I don't think it will be. Too many people want it closer to an airport with multiple daily flights to the D.C. area.

All the stories that I have read said it has been between downtown Denver and downtown Salt Lake City due to the proximity of the large airport.

Denver was mostly ruled out by most politicians and pundits because their airport is so far away from downtown Denver leaving downtown Salt Lake City the clear front runner for the BLM headquarters according to most national people.

So while Rob Bishop would probably like it to go in Ogden, the rest of the Committee, the Senate, the Interior Department and the BLM are looking at downtown Salt Lake City.
It may be somewhere in the article, but does anyone know the estimated number of workers a new BLM headquarters might have?
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It may be somewhere in the article, but does anyone know the estimated number of workers a new BLM headquarters might have?
About 400 to 500 is a good estimate. So about 250K sq ft of office space- probably less.
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They are clearing the site via demolition of the abandoned structures there, save one which a developer has voiced interest in preserving. The rest of the project is still awaiting developer involvement. Here are a couple recent articles:

https://www.standard.net/news/develo...3cdcdb266.html

https://www.standard.net/news/govern...09edc3a71.html
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