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- Jan. 18 - Cottonwood Mall RDA & ADL Presentation
- Jan. 16 -Staff Report
- Jan. 2 - Staff Report
- Traffic Study A-Trans Holladay Mall Traffic 12212017 Review
- Updated Proposed Site Development Master Plan - Dec. 12, 2017
Minor changes; the range of commercial sq footage change but we don’t know why, most importantly this version has many elements missing from the previous draft and is the version shown at the St. Vincent P.H. presentation
- Frequently Asked Questions - Dec. 2017
- Audio from the Nov. 21, 2017 Planning Comm meeting - click here for WMA file or MP3 file
- Mayor's Statement on Nov. 21 Planning Comm Hearing
- Press Release - Nov. 2017
- Proposal Review Timeline - subject to change
- Proposed Site Development Master Plan from Ivory
- Traffic Impact Study - Draft - commissioned by Ivory
- Planning Commission Hearing Notice - Nov. 21, 2017
City of Holladay Statement on Proposed Cottonwood Mall Redevelopment
Holladay, Utah, November 17, 2017: The City of Holladay recently received a redevelopment application from Ivory Homes and Woodbury Corporation for the site of the former Cottonwood Mall, located at the southeast corner of Highland Drive and Murray Holladay Road. The developer is proposing to build a mix of housing types on about two-thirds of the 57-acre property, and mixed-use retail on the remaining third. The City did not formulate the proposed plan. There will be several opportunities for the Planning Commission and City Council to receive public input. No decision has been made.
The City’s review of the proposed redevelopment plan will include an in-depth analysis of potential impacts on the City’s transportation, physical infrastructure, community services, and finances. The plan will also proceed through the formal review processes of the Planning Commission and City Council, which features multiple opportunities for public review and comments through open houses and public hearings. It is anticipated that the review process will take at least 3-4 months. The review period may extend pending developer and City response time to comments, the availability and outcomes of data analysis, resident feedback, and general time requirements for comprehensive decision making.
Visit the City of Holladay website for up-to-date and accurate information about the proposed redevelopment plan and the City’s review process.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact:
Paul Allred, Community Development Dir or Jon Teerlink, City Planner at 801-527-3890
Gina Chamness - City Manager at 801-272-9450.