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(Ogden-AP) -- Two companies will be competing for the rights to develop a downtown Ogden mall tomorrow.
The Ogden Redevelopment Agency wants to hear from both developers about their plans for the mall.
One of the companies is Salt Lake City-based The Boyer Company. The other is Citiventure Associates from Denver.
Boyer has developed commercial properties in a number of states, including the downtown Salt Lake City Gateway mall.
Citiventure says it has turned a failed one-point-three (M)million-square-foot mall in Colorado into the CityCenter Englewood, among other projects.
City officials will ask the companies what their vision for the Ogden project is, what type of tenants they would seek out and their experience managing residential units.
After choosing a developer, construction could begin this summer.
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