- Principal Architect – Mark Hilles, AIA
- Project Architect – Trevor Broughton
- Interior Designer- Kelly Brown
- Current Phase: Design Development
We welcome this exciting development to the neighborhood, as it offers endless opportunities to regenerate community interaction and broaden the semblance of downtown Ogden. The Porter Plaza development will reside in the heart of the Nine Rails District, nestled between Jefferson, Porter and 25th. A mixed-use, live/work concept offers 32 residential units, featuring rooftop patios, open floor plans, an over-sized garage/studio and community courtyard. A two-level commercial lease space fronting 25th Street will include an outdoor patio cafe space. Mountain West along with Mike Vowles, the developer of this framework, are working side-by-side along with community members to create a neighborhood hinged on communal interaction and strengthening local commerce. The development’s guidelines revolve around artistically complimenting the Nine Rails Creative District, which draws its name from the nine Greek Muses who inspire artists to create. Our concept responds to the downtown vibe of 25th street and the residential need on Porter Avenue. Adapting great design compliments both aspects and provides endless opportunities for the neighborhood while respecting the surrounding historic structures.
Many floor plan options will be available, catering to a variety of residents and their lifestyle. Immediate access to public transportation and bike-friendly downtown, residents are encouraged to reduce driving and enjoy quick accessibility to restaurants, schools, library, parks and trails, as well as local destinations such as Snow Basin, Powder Mountain and Antelope Island.