Spring Creek Neighborhood - Provo Utah
Spring Creek Neighborhood is composed of numerous multi-family housing. There are several large condo and town house projects, duplexes and fourplexes, and a good-sized mobile home park.
The south end has a long street of single family homes and many industrial buildings.
Completed in 1920, the Columbia Steel Mill became the first of many mills to take advantage of a well-developed railroad and easy access to a readily available water source.
The mill itself would later transition in ownership between private companies and the United States Government as a result of World War II and would eventually be donated to Brigham Young University to be developed as a research park.
Remaining undeveloped, the land ownership would transition a few more times until the early 1990s when it was acquired by Provo City and various environmental mitigation measures began in order to establish an area suitable for development.
Though the industrial buildings of the past have since been demolished, a few remaining features are reminders of that past. Rich with manufacturing and industrial history, the area now serves a mix of uses from residential housing, to commercial retail, to industrial manufacturing.
Easy access to the breathtaking mountains to the east has made the area desirable for outdoor enthusiasts who still enjoy the conveniences of a developed city. Southeast Neighborhood Plan
Spring Creek Neighborhood Nearby Parks
Provo's Spring Creek Neighborhood Schools
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1815 N 1120 W
Provo, UT 84604