Plans for a Daybreak-like project in Riverton, Utah have finally been officially approved. Some of the proposals for the 550 acre plot (open land currently owned by Suburban Land Reserve) include a shopping center, businesses, parks, trails, and almost 4,000 new homes. The new expansion, located between Mountain View Corridor and Bangerter Highway off 13400 S, will potentially be taking the 550 acres of land over the next 35 years and turning it into a lively, thriving community, much like what already exists in Daybreak.
The planned shopping center, currently titled ‘Mountain View Place’, is expected to bring in nearly $2 Million a year in sales tax revenue to Riverton’s existing annual $6 Million. It’s expected to add a movie theater, a hotel, a grocery store, and big name retailers to the community.
The project is also utilizing a new zoning method which limits how developers can vary housing densities, architectural styles, and land usage.