Layton home construction plans involve the building of an LDS church

A cooperative effort of three parties is behind a 145-patio-home development in west Layton that will include the construction of an LDS church.

The Villas at Harmony Place, a 45-acre project proposed for 475 South 2200 West, is a cooperative effort involving The Adams Company, consisting of brothers Dave Adams and Stuart Adams, a former Layton councilman; Perry Homes Utah Inc. of Murray; and Bob Stevenson, a Layton mayoral candidate.

This week the Planning Commission approved an amendment to allow for a 3.58-acre site to be set aside for a church, according to city officials.

"This is a cooperative project," Mayor Steve Curtis said of those developing the project.

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