Development Associates has proposed Valentine Estates, a development of about 104 homes and 174 townhomes. There's also a church site on the property.
With the two major developments, Stephens figures that the city will reach about 9,300 residents in the next five years. Currently, the city's population is about 8,500. Build-out will be about 10,000-11,000, which he believes will occur sometime in the next 10 to 20 years.
The Ivory development will not be starter homes, such as many developments to the west have been, but will be "fairly nice substantial homes," in the $200,000 to $300,000 range, Stephens said.
Building upscale homes on the west side is a phenomenon occurring because the east side, traditionally where up-scale homes are located, is nearing build-out. Stephens said up-scale homes are being built in other areas to the west as in West Kaysville.
Valentine Estates is a mixed-use development, which is growing in popularity.
The two proposed subdivisions will add to the more than 800 homes built in the past five years, mainly west of 800 West.