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Davis County works closely and communicates frequently with its 15 cities to create shovel ready land sites. Davis County has helped develop numerous land sites with Tax Increment Financing (TIF). This TIF financing is already in place within many of the noted sites (noted on the map in green.) This incentive is to help with infrastructure improvements.

Numerous sites are currently under construction and needed infrastructure development is helping these projects gain traction and start years earlier than expected. As the cities have developed land sites, business parks and mixed use areas, they have defined certain industry clusters or sectors they are targeting. These clusters or sectors include composites, aerospace, defense, pharmaceutical, information technology, digital media, manufacturing, distribution, and financial services are among the many they have identified to target. While this list is not all inclusive, it gives a flavor of what industry sectors Davis County are eager to grow and develop in our area.

The following are land or building sites available in Davis County.



Station Park & Park Lane Commons

Jun 18, 2015, 12:49 PM
Latitude:
40.98519501
Longitude:
-111.90683484
Map url:

Address/Location: Directly off I-15 in the heart of Davis County, only 15 minutes north of Salt Lake and the Salt Lake International Airport

Zoning: Retail, residential, Mixed Use

Description: Station Park is the hottest new regional lifestyle center with over 90 stores and restaurants, nearby university presence, professional office space and medical services.  Station Park is drawing crowds, not only for shopping and dining, but its beautiful community center and a ‘Bellagio’ style fountain, family events, and summer concert series

Location: 15 minutes from downtown Salt Lake City and the airport

Intended Use: Mixed use, housing retail, research

Infrastructure: in place or planned for

Proximity Transportation: Just off of I-15 in Farmington with immediate access to UTA transit

Rail: commuter rail served by the Front Runner and has a stop in Farmington right at the center of these projects

Demographics: Available workforce = 400,000 within a 30 minute commute

Tax Increment Financing: Yes

Business Nearby: Pluralsight, Cinemark Theaters, Nordstrom Rack and 90+ businesses; including professional office space and the future home of Cabelas, U of U specialty medical clinic, an extension of Weber State University Continuing Education masters programs, and a major hotel.

Station Park Link: http://www.shopatstationpark.com/

Park Lanes Residential: http://www.parklanevillageliving.com

Contact: Dave Millheim City Administrator
Phone: 801-939-9203
Email: dmillheim@farmington.utah.gov

econdevsiteintendeduses:
  • Mixed Use
  • Residential
  • Retail

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