LAYTON -- City leaders have approved a split of commercial property in the Lowe's parking lot, which should facilitate a potential development in the area.
In action taken recently, city council members voted unanimously to create a separate parcel of 0.74 acres of property in the parking lot of the Lowe's Home Improvement store at 1055 West Antelope Drive. The applicant is Matt Freidman with Net 3 Real Estate.
The new parcel is expected to create a new building pad for a 6,800 square foot retail building in the northeast corner of the parking lot. The action comes on the heels of new parking guidelines for home improvement stores approved earlier this summer, at the behest of Lowe's, which changes the formula for how many parking stalls are required for local home improvement stores -- reducing the requirement slightly.