SPANISH FORK — The City Council at its Tuesday meeting approved a plan to study a proposed annexation of 135 acres destined for new homes.
The land lies between 100 South and 1000 West and includes several property owners. Fieldstone Partners, one of Utah's largest builders, is seeking the annexation. It plans a variety of home styles ranging from 1,200 to 3,500 square feet, said Mike Stewart, representing the company.
The proposed development would extend to the Spanish Fork River where lots would range from two acres to 3.5 acres. As the project proceeds north, lots would become smaller and densities greater, Stewart said. Construction could start in mid to late spring of next year, he said.