LAYTON -- City leaders have agreed to sell a small parcel of property on Antelope Drive, deemed to be too small to be significant, to a developer who hopes to build a medical facility on that and adjacent land.
In action taken recently, city leaders voted unanimously to sell a 6,320-square-foot parcel of property to Katie's Place LLC, represented by Corey Bowden, for $10,000. The property is zoned professional office, which requires a minimum lot size of 10,000 for any development.
Because the city's property was smaller than the required development guideline, it was deemed to be insignificant and did not require a public hearing to sell.
The city obtained the property when Antelope Drive was realigned at 1690 West and 2000 North to create a four-way intersection with Robins Drive to the north. The Utah Department of Transportation owns a small parcel of land just west of the city parcel, which Bowden is also attempting to purchase.