Terry Diehl

  • County Rejects Bid for Tavaci Rezoning; McKay-Dee Hospital Kicks Off Expansion

    The Salt Lake County Council has recently dealt another serious blow to real estate developer Terry Diehl’s ambitions as it voted 4-3 against the request to change the zoning on the Tavaci property. For a while now, the developer has voiced his intentions to develop larger buildings than originally planned at the site he owns near Big Cottonwood Canyon. With the new targeted height for development set at 100 feet, the community reacted, and according to examiner.com, a number of members of the public took to the stand and testified for around three hours against the rezoning plan.

    Salt Lake City 16 August 2013 23:01
  • Cottonwood Heights Plan Heads for Showdown With County Council

    The Tavaci Development is once again up for review, now with the Salt Lake County Council after the Salt Lake County Planning Commission only recently rejected the project’s request. The developer in charge of the project, Terry Diehl, is requesting that his company be allowed to turn 43 half-acre residential lots into a multifamily development that would also involve elements of commercial real estate and 100-foot high buildings.

    Salt Lake City 20 June 2013 15:24

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