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(KSL News) Residents of Clearfield City celebrated the groundbreaking of a new lifestyle center today.
The new center will be 1.2 million square feet and will be built at the intersection of S.R. 103 and University Park Boulevard.
The design includes residential developments, retail developments and a performing arts theater. It also will have 16 acres of parks with tennis courts and a boardwalk through the area's wetlands.
Clearfield City Mayor Don Wood said, "This is a tremendous opportunity for Clearfield City, to have this kind of development coming to our community."
The $100 million complex has been in the planning stages for about a year and a half and is expected to be completed in three years.
The good news is neither the theater nor the parks will be funded by taxpayer money.