Fabulous 31-acre land opportunity in Cedar Valley, Utah
11 miles South of Facebook Data Center and nearby booming development in Eagle Mountain, Utah.
This 31-acre land opportunity is a must see! Views of the Lake Mountains and Oquirrh Mountains are just some features that make this place so unique--and close enough to .
31.02 acre land opportunity -Zoned M&G1 (Mining and Grazing 1)
Zoned M&G1, you can develop now or utilize potential long term hold for future growth path in Cedar Valley.
37 Approved Permitted Uses approved by Utah County.
16 Additional Permitted Conditional Uses Available
Flat Topography allows for a variety of uses and structures.
Expansive views of the Lake Mountains and the Oquirrh Mountains
Located 36 miles South/Southwest of Salt Lake City and 4 miles from nearby Fairfield
Views of the Lake Mountains and the Oquirrh's Only 7.6 miles from 5 mile pass, 13.5 Miles to Eagle Mountain, 4.2 miles to Fairfield, 24.5 miles to Lehi and 41 miles to Provo.(New proposed transportation plan puts property in direct path of future development)
New Growth in the Area!
Proposed Utah County Grid: To create a grid network of arterial and collector highways in Utah County, MPO staff worked with municipal staff to draft a plan that allows for properly spaced corridors within greenfield and developed urban areas.
Offering is in direct line of future suggested development into the South end of Cedar Valley.
Close to Industrial Growth
Proposed Utah County Grid: Located 11 miles south from the Facebook campus and Google property. Property is located just southwest of the power and gas lines and livestock fence. Future land use designations potentially possible with UDOT TransPlan50.
Eagle Mountain Development
Proposed Utah County Grid: The population of Eagle Mountain City has grown to support many new kinds of businesses. The lists below show active commercial business development in the City. Please note that each business has its own unique challenges and therefore will not all proceed at the same pace. The list is also not comprehensive.
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