A lawyer says that a group of Mill Hollow residents was expecting a campus-like project of two-story office buildings to be constructed adjacent to their homes in Cottonwood Heights based on restrictions on that property dating back years.
But developers of the Cottonwood Corporate Center development now are planning high rises and a parking structure instead. And on Tuesday, attorney Wade Budge asked 3rd District Judge Anthony Quinn to overturn the Cottonwood Heights Planning Commission's approval of a proposal for one four-story and one six-story building, plus a parking structure.
Budge, who represents neighbors opposed to the construction of the taller structures, said city ordinances required the commission to determine the project would not have an adverse impact on the existing neighborhood and would comply with the master plan for the site. However, the commission approved the project in June without making those findings, he said.