xhv8mzw7ge79waga35o97s2wbzpfr6 Easton Park in American Fork Nov. 16, 2016

295 W Center St, Suite A

Provo, UT 84601

(801) 758-8970

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Easton Park in American Fork Nov. 16, 2016

The development site at Easton Park in American Fork is starting to bustle with activity. The permits have started coming in on all the fourplexes, triggering the first steps on site towards future foundations. Holes are now starting to be dug for the first footings! And, permits for the triplexes should be coming in any day. All of the underground work preparing irrigation and culinary water has been completed, ready for these buildings to start popping up on top. Soon the development will start to map out across this expansive property. Lots of action is close at hand for this construction crew. Stay tuned as Easton Park soon starts to take shape in this evolving section of American Fork.