xhv8mzw7ge79waga35o97s2wbzpfr6 The District at Valley Station - Heber City Nov. 8, 2016

295 W Center St, Suite A

Provo, UT 84601

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The District at Valley Station - Heber City Nov. 8, 2016

Such tremendous progress has been made recently at The District at Valley Station in Heber City. Structures now stand where last there were only ready footings. One building is fully framed to three levels with roof intact, soon to enter interior and exterior finishing processes. One other building is in its first-level framing stage with an enclosed first-level roof. Soon we'll see multiple levels pop up on top of this starter building. The third building on the corner is in it's second-level stage of framing soon to be enclosed with a roof. Across the street, two completed footings outline soon-to-be-poured foundations for two additional buildings. Framing for these buildings is close on the horizon, and before long the skeletal vision for the whole development on both sides of the street will manifest its full structural shape.