Moab City is searching for an architecture and design firm to convert a 38-unit mobile home park on Walnut Lane into an 80-unit, mixed income development. A new Request For Proposals asks firms to implement sustainable design methods and comply with affordable development standards. And later, KZMU News speaks with Salt Lake Tribune environmental reporter Brian Maffly about whether SITLA and energy production can coexist with emerging recreation economies across Utah. Tune in.
Walnut Lane Apartments RFP –
Salt Lake Tribune, ‘Can SITLA and energy production coexist with eastern Utah’s emerging recreation economy?’