University Place

University Place is the redevelopment of an existing indoor mall into a mixed-use development with over 112 acres. The $500 million redevelopment project includes 600,000 square feet of Class “A” office, up to 1,100 housing units, 1.3 million square feet of retail, a two-acre civic plaza and park, a swim and tennis club, and a hotel.

Phase one was recently completed and included the UPstar office building on University Parkway, The Orchard Park, an indoor-outdoor children’s play area, the addition of RC Willey and Al’s Sporting Goods, several restaurants including Tucanos, an underground parking garage, and over 400 residential units. Phase two is under construction with Trader Joes and a five-story above ground parking garage lined with retail on the ground-level floor and residential units on the upper floors.



As the gateway to Hill Air Force Base, Layton’s East Gate Economic Development Area is the perfect location for KIHOMAC’s new 130,000 sq ft facility. KIHOMAC provides engineering, reverse engineering, prototyping, manufacturing and composite manufacturing to multiple aerospace companies and government entities.


Kays Crossing

The Layton Downtown RDA, anchored by the Layton FrontRunner Station and the new Intermountain Layton Hospital, is a transit oriented development area, which includes the Kays Crossing apartments. With two levels of under structure parking with 58 units per acre, Kays Crossing sets the tone for Historic Downtown Layton redevelopment.




Freeport West