Fireclay stage II in Murray, Utah, a 268-unit $31 million affordable rate with a taxation credit enhancement community; and Rosegate in Sandy, Utah, a 159-unit, valued at $26 million, active adult 55 and older conventional market rate apartment community. Walter Bowie Lane, 14002-Aso A. Kurda to Wayne J. Winkler and Merry E. Law, $326,000.
Shipwright Dr., 9500-Bernard Erlyn and Linda A. Ellis to David T. and Diane M. Campbell, $605,000. Lamoyne Ct., 7506-Arthur E. and Heather Budich to Ivey M. Bedsole, $500,000. Jordan Lane, 11417-Steve M. and Mary L. Stennett to Michael P. and Megan C. Davis, $885,000. A transit-oriented development is a task built with a focus on mass transportation.
“It’s the largest rooftop solar task in Utah, plus one associated with biggest in the United States,” said Salt Lake County Mayor Peter Corroon. The 26-acre development is in Murray’s Fireclay Redevelopment venture JayMinnick site, which the town established in 2005. Walkers Croft Way, 6210-David A. Koury to Jennifer Michelle Schmidt, $455,000.
Lakeside View Dr., 3385, No. 20-2-Nicholas and Erica Beth Strader to Paul Colardeau, $364,000. The aim of that redevelopment site nearly 100 acres between 4200 and 4500 South, from State Street to the Union Pacific train lines would be to create a walkable, local attraction near TRAX stations and Interstates 15 and 215.
Stated D.J. Baxter, executive manager of Salt Lake City’s redevelopment agency. Debra Spradlin Ct., 9501-Jeffrey William and Jeanine Anne Goldberg to David M. and Ann H. Lovejoy, $615,000. Fieldhurst Ct., 7017-Robert and Elizabeth Palena Hall to Chandra N. Jolley, $513,000. Gundry Dr., 259-Sandra Leigh Shuster to David S. Ortiz and Nicole Johnston, $648,000.
Developing » Three town organizations picked as finalists for Main Street task. The project’s second stage will consist of the construction of 10 four-story apartment buildings called Brickgate at Fireclay. Goldenrain Ct., 1528-Gina Matthei MacDonald to Michael Brown and Jessica Retka, $439,500.