Fossil Cove is DAI’s newest multi-family community in Pleasant Grove. The community consists of 149 townhomes and will be built in two main phases. The first phase consists of 66 townhomes, and amenities include a dinosaur-themed playground with innovative archeological-type dig site complete with replicas of a Tyrannosaurus Rex (T-Rex), dire wolf, and ammonite fossils. Phase 2 amenities include a modern-style clubhouse, fitness center, pool and hot tub, fire pit, BBQ stations, and dog park.
Located in the heart of Pleasant Grove, Fossil Cove is close to entertainment, shopping, and local dining, and only 30 minutes from Salt Lake City. Commuters traveling to Silicon Slopes and surrounding areas will appreciate the short drive to work. Residents get the added benefit of living near Mt. Timpanogos and being close to so many recreational trails and destinations.
Pre-leasing is expected to start in July of 2021. Information will be available soon.
Pleasant Grove is a small Utah city with a little over 38,000 residents. Established in 1855, the city is known as “Utah’s City of Trees” because its first settlers were attracted to a grove of trees in the area. It’s conveniently located a half-hour from Salt Lake City and spans over 9 square miles. There are two trailheads, along with 17 miles of paved trail adjacent to a dirt path, that connect seven communities. Perfect for equestrian use, the Murdock Canal Trail is marked every quarter mile and has facilities and water available about every three miles.
The city has established a beautification commission to assure residents are involved in keeping the community beautiful. However, the city is most known for hosting the longest continually running rodeo in Utah history. Even though the original strawberry farms are long gone, Strawberry Days has remained an iconic event over the last 100 years. It is marked by several days of festivities that include the best rodeo in the west, parades, concerts, carnival, and a plethora of activities and contests for kids of all ages.