We’ve heard you!

We have heard several times that Hoytsville is lacking options for affordable housing. We want to reiterate that our plan will include a range of energy-efficient housing opportunities from high-end to affordable, with a focus on attainable housing. We are aware of the need for affordable housing in Summit County and intend to be part of the solution to help shape sustainable growth in the area. Ivory Homes and Larry H. Miller Communities are both invested in the long-term success of Hoytsville.

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We value all of the thoughts and questions you have. Thank you again for taking the time to participate in this process. 

We hear you!

It’s been great to see all the new comments roll in on our site. A few residents have asked if the development plans in Hoytsville will be like Daybreak, a master-planned community in South Jordan, Utah.

The vision for the town of Hoytsville is part of a village overlay adopted in 2018 to incentivize cooperation and community design flexibility. After a decade of community discussions, Larry H. Miller Communities and Ivory Homes were selected for their focus and unique ability to guide and manage the vision to create a master-planned community. This came through a locally driven process of 27 local property owners, representing approximately 1,000 acres in the Hoytsville area.

As developers we approach each location differently and take into consideration a variety of factors when developing a land plan (unique geography, existing transportation systems, economy, etc.). While we are proud of our involvement in Daybreak, we do not intend to replicate Daybreak with this project. However, there are certain land planning principals that universally apply to creating great places. Our goal is to thoughtfully explore how to create a great place with amenities and homes that consider the unique needs of this area.

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Thanks for meeting with us! What's next?

Thank you to everyone who came out to the Eastern Summit County Planning Commission meeting on December 1, 2022. If you were unable to attend the meeting, we have added several video clips from the meeting here.

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