Mountain Ridge Estates – SunCrest Shoebox – 3/5 Proposal

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Mountain Ridge Estates – SunCrest Shoebox

The Draper City Council will hold a public hearing March 5th at 7PM on a revised plan for the ~84 acres known as Mountain Ridge Estates aka “SunCrest Shoebox” parcel located east of Tallwoods and west of Eagle Crest subdivisions in SunCrest.
This will be a public hearing. Those interested can voice their comments beginning at 7PM at Draper City – 1020. E. Pioneer Road Draper, UT 84020.
Can’t make it? Email the Mayor and City Council here.
New to this proposal is lot 28, previously the monument park.
The proposal has special restrictions for this lot:

The lot shall comply with all applicable laws and regulations
The lot shall be entitled to a storage shed 30’x30’
The lot shall be entitled to a “family play area” approximately 50’x50’ which may include an open air pavilion, picnic area, tables, kitchen and restrooms.
An outside graded play area of grass approximately 90’x100’
A private access road no more than 12’ wide to access the above features.
Other changes since February 5th, among others:
Elimination of most of the long skinny lots.
Buffer zone added around existing neighborhoods.
Full changes and proposal here.
Below are the 2 recent proposals for the area.
Posted on March 4, 2019 at 9:52 pm
Scott Steadman | Category: SunCrest Development | Tagged , , ,

Mountain Park Estates (SunCrest Shoebox) – City Council

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SunCrest Shoebox

**UPDATE** 
A motion was made and approved by the City Council to extend the request for 3o days. (Council members Lowery, Green and Vawdrey voting for while Council members Weeks and Summerhays against)
The Draper City Council will review and vote Tuesday June 5th at 7PM on a revised plan for the ~84 acres known as Mountain Park Estates aka “SunCrest Shoebox” parcel located east of Tallwoods and west of Eagle Crest subdivisions in SunCrest.
Public comments may only made during the general meeting as they public session was held May 22nd.
Email the Mayor and City Council here.

Full proposal here. Previous posts here.

Posted on June 4, 2018 at 9:12 pm
Scott Steadman | Category: SunCrest Development | Tagged , ,

Mountain Park Estates (SunCrest Shoebox) | Revised Proposal

Join the owners of the Mountain Park Estates Development tonight, March 8th from 6:30-8:30PM at the SunCrest Clubhouse as they present their proposed development modifications for  SunCrest area land known as the SunCrest shoebox.

Modifications include:

  • Removal of town homes; 20 foot non-disturbed areas along parcel property lines;
  • Reduced disturbance and grading in existing Gamble Oak and other Non-disturbed Open Space areas;
  • Increased preservation of areas with 30% or greater slopes; and noise study results for proposed on-site materials processing to reduce heavy truck traffic on existing SunCrest roads.

For those unable to attend, below is a preliminary proposal for the area. The owners plan to present to the Draper City Planning Commission on Aril 12th, 2018. 

Previous posts and history about this area here.

Posted on March 7, 2018 at 11:27 am
Scott Steadman | Category: SunCrest Development | Tagged , ,

SunCrest Area Public Hearing Updates | December 19, 2017

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Mountain Park Estates

The scheduled public hearing  for the Mountain Park Estates Master Planned Community in the SunCrest area has been withdrawn by the applicants. Re-noticing for the meeting will be posted here at Suncrest Lifestyle when more information is available.

SunCrest Surplus Property

Still on the agenda is a public hearing for a ~.54 acre surplus  of SunCrest area land and subsequent sale. This piece is located approximately 14000 South Upper Corner Canyon Road near the existing Edge Homes Hidden Canyon Estates subdivision and Draper City Peak View trailhead.

Posted on December 19, 2017 at 12:56 pm
Scott Steadman | Category: SunCrest Development, SunCrest News | Tagged , ,

Mountain Park Estates (SunCrest Shoebox) – Revised Plan

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The Draper City Planning Commission will review a revised plan for the ~84 acres known as Mountain Park Estates aka “SunCrest Shoebox” parcel located east of Tallwoods and west of Eagle Crest subdivisions in SunCrest.
The revised plan includes:
  • 126 single family units with minimum lot size requirements ranging from .18-.23 acre.
  • 24 total tri-plex and six-plex multi-family units.
  • Nearly 6.5 acres of regional commercial
  • Proposed parks and trails managed and maintained by a HOA.
  • 35% open space
Residents are encouraged to submit feedback to the city here or by speaking at the public meeting December 14th at 6:30PM (Draper City Hall – 1020 E. Pioneer Road.) View the full plan here. This proposal replaces what was previously denied by the Planning Commission. View past proposals here.

It’s important to note to that these plans are preliminary and are still being reviewed by Draper City.  It will still need to go before the City Council for approval. This development is not currently a part of the SunCrest HOA and would need to be annexed should they decide to join.

Posted on December 4, 2017 at 5:08 pm
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Mountain Park Estates – Shoe Box Planning Commission Meeting

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SunCrest Mountain Park Estates

UPDATE: The planning commission unanimously denied the proposal as presented at the October 12th meeting.

The Draper City Planning Commission is seeking public comment and will review the ~84 acres known as Mountain Park Estates aka “SunCrest Shoebox” parcel located East of Tallwoods and West of Eagle Crest subdivisions in SunCrest. Residents are encouraged to submit feedback to the city here or by speaking at the public meeting (Draper City Hall – 1020 E. Pioneer Road.) Full plan here.

The latest proposal outlines nearly 40% open space, a 7-acre monument park, clubhouse, and pool; in addition to 233 housing units (81 single family, 134 townhomes, 18 townhome/multifamily). Previous proposals for the area included commercial/office space, a school, and storage facility–all of which have now been eliminated.

Posted on October 12, 2017 at 4:17 pm
Scott Steadman | Category: SunCrest Development, SunCrest News | Tagged , ,