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  • Wednesday, March 14, 2018
    Ogden City Breaks Ground on Stone Hill Homes


    Ogden will be receiving a new neighborhood in the downtown area with the arrival of Stone Hill Homes. Since 1990, Ogden City Community Development has been working to restore the historic neighborhoods and has sold 200 renovated and 152 newly built homes.

    The City invests in housing and neighborhood improvement projects in order to enhance the quality of life for residents who live, work and play in the area. The upcoming Stone Hill development is intended to further that mission by bringing in new aesthetics and welcoming new community members.

    This new housing community will be built on the former Dee School lot. The homes are built in a style inspired by the Prairie-School architecture prevalent in much of Ogden’s central neighborhoods, and feature six different floor plan designs. Ogden has seen success with a similar housing development project completed just a few years ago, the Oak Den Bungalows. This popular 23 home arts & crafts style subdivision was in such demand that all the homes were sold out a year ahead of schedule.

    “There’s a collaborative drive between Ogden City, the RDA and the Ogden School District to support education and neighborhood improvement programs that are fundamental to the community's economic and social well-being,” said Ogden City Mayor Mike Caldwell. “Bringing in new housing developments, like Stone Hill, is just one of the steps we’ve taken to further this initiative.”

    The first phase of Stone Hill Homes is underway, and offers are being accepted beginning March 19, 2018. More information on the site availability and building plans can be found online.