Business Centers are primarily commercial, providing locations for corporate office campuses, technology centers, research facilities, with a secondary focus on supporting light manufacturing. Limited commercial retail and hospitality supportive of Business Centers should also be considered. Adequate building setbacks, building height transitions and landscaped buffers must be included when development is proposed adjacent to residential neighborhoods. Residential development is not permitted within Business Centers to ensure the city’s ability to attract and maintain employment generating uses. Two Business Centers are featured on Layton City’s Future Land Use Map: East Gate and West Davis.