The LDS church is developing Hamilton Farms, a 540-acre parcel in Riverton Utah, into residential and commercial neighborhoods.
The Suburban Land Reserve (SLR), a real estate investment subsidiary of the Mormon church, has been working with local government to approve the master plan. The proposed land use agreement includes thousands of housing units to accompany the recently approved open air shopping center, a mall that will be known as Mountain View Place at Riverton. CenterCal, the company in charge of the mall’s construction, purchased their land from Property Reserve Inc., another subsidiary of the Mormon church.
SLR’s land use proposal would include multiple types of housing for various levels of density, ranging from single family homes to rows of apartments.
Mayor Bill Applegarth supports the proposed development. “This longtime farm has served as an asset to our community. The vision for its use is to continue to be an asset and enrich the quality of life experienced by residents of Riverton and surrounding areas.”
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This news summary contains excerpts from the Salt Lake Tribune article dated December 4, 2015