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Heber City — Cushman & Wakefield | Commerce has closed on the first acre of land in Heber City that was previously home to the Wasatch High School.
The one-acre plot of land at 600 South and Main Street was sold to Mountain America Credit Union where they will build a new branch. Mark Haroldsen, Jill Snyder and Chris Terry with Cushman & Wakefield | Commerce represented the Wasatch County School District in the transaction.
“Heber is a quickly growing community, in fact, it is one of the top 10 fastest growing small cities in the country,” Haroldsen said. “When the old Wasatch High School was demolished, and the city zoned the land for commercial use, a great opportunity for development presented itself. Following the sale of the first acre, we have 8.5 remaining acres of commercial land that is receiving a great deal of attention from developers.”
Located on Main Street in Heber, Utah, the site offers multiple options for development.