Station Park (Farmington, Utah)

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Station Park
Station Park Logo.svg
Location Farmington, Utah, United States
Coordinates 40°59′07″N 111°54′25″W / 40.9853°N 111.9069°W / 40.9853; -111.9069Coordinates: 40°59′07″N 111°54′25″W / 40.9853°N 111.9069°W / 40.9853; -111.9069
Address 140 N Union Ave.
Developer Centercal Properties LLC
No. of stores and services 99
Website shopatstationpark.com
Station Park fountain
Skating at Station Park

Station Park is a TOD (transit-oriented development) located in Farmington, Utah, United States. It borders the Farmington frontrunner station. Centercal Properties developed and currently maintains Station Park. Amenities include a fountain that is synchronized to music and lights,[1] an ice skating rink and a Cinemark theatre.

History[edit]

Haws Companies began to buy land for Station Park in 1996. Then they worked with Farmington city from 2000-2006 to develop the land before selling it to CenterCal properties in 2007. Development of Station Park began in 2008.[2] In 2013 Haws Companies filed a lawsuit against Farmington city citing discrimination against Haws Companies and failure to follow through on previous agreements.[3][4] In 2014 Haws Companies dropped the suit against Farmington city.[5] Station Park opened in 2011. [6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Tribune, Vince Horiuchi The Salt Lake. "Disney-esque fountain debuts at Farmington's Station Park". 
  2. ^ Dougherty, Joseph M. (14 August 2008). "Work on Station Park gets under way". 
  3. ^ Morgan, Emiley (15 July 2013). "Original Station Park developer sues Farmington". 
  4. ^ Tribune, Pamela Manson The Salt Lake. "Real estate company accuses Farmington of blocking its development plans". 
  5. ^ Standard-Examiner. "Developer drops suit against Farmington". 
  6. ^ Tribune, Vince Horiuchi The Salt Lake. "City Creek Center and Station Park: A Utah comparison". 

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