The Land Authority has released the phase I development plans that reflect what Utahns want at the site. Located at the heart of The Point, the first phase of development encompasses approximately 100 acres, which is one sixth of the overall site.

As a refinement of the publicly supported Framework Plan, the first phase of development will foster a vibrant, mixed-use community that significantly reduces water and resource use, creates thousands of high-quality jobs, and catalyzes cutting-edge innovation. 

Plans include world-class retail, shopping and entertainment venues, a people-focused main street with biking, walking and transit options called “The Promenade,” and a place for The Point Innovation District efforts dubbed “Innovation Alley.” 

Development plans also include critical backbone infrastructure that will quite literally lay the groundwork for future development. Major infrastructure projects will extend Porter Rockwell Boulevard and planned transit service through the site, and construct most of the “River-to-Range” regional trail and public open space system.

River to Range

The River to Range is a 1.4-mile paved regional trail that will connect the Jordan River Parkway Trail to the west with the foothills of Draper’s Corner Canyon to the East. 

Taste of Place

The Taste of Place will be a go-to destination where Utahns can dine at a wide variety of indoor and outdoor restaurants. With a diverse selection of seasonal and rooftop dining, casual quick service, and sweet treats options, the Taste of Place will offer high-quality culinary experiences guaranteed to satisfy any palette. 

The Promenade

The Promenade will be a vibrant, people-focused development lined with places to shop and eat. It will include over 2 million square feet of premier office space, approximately 3,000 multi-family housing units, and 222,000 square feet of retail, restaurants, and grocery stores. 

Central Green

Central Green will provide a centralized gathering place that brings together urban living and outdoor recreation for Utahns and their families. The park will serve as an outdoorsy urban hub, boasting some of the best connections to the natural environment in the country. With a flexible design, Central Green will provide adaptable space to accommodate seasonally appropriate activities year-round.

Innovation Alley

Proximity facilitates opportunity. Innovation Alley will support an innovation ecosystem that promotes human interactions, advances technological innovation, fosters a startup environment, and facilitates meaningful relationships among universities, businesses, and entrepreneurs.