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  • Anderson Development Details Plans for Mixed-Use Project at Geneva Steel Site

    Set to become the new development hotbed for the Salt Lake area, the site of the former Geneva Steel plant has been in the news for a number of times over the past years. After the collapse of the Real Salt Lake stadium project, Anderson Development had recalibrated its sights and decided to get a massive mixed-use community to the 100 acres of land available at the site. Now, a number of retailers and developers have projects lined up, finally populating the Geneva Steel master planned community’s development pipeline.

    Salt Lake City 16 September 2013 15:10

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