Over 15 years ago, Salt Lake City eagerly watched the construction of The Gateway, an open-air, mixed-use concept, a first for our market. Located between 50 North and 200 South and 400 and 500 West, this retail, residential and office complex played a large part in the city’s urban redevelopment project. Since that time the … More How The Gateway is Getting its Groove Back
I had the great pleasure to discuss gender diversity in the workplace, specifically commercial real estate, with Alison Beddard, Senior Director – Office & Investment, Cushman & Wakefield 2018 CREW Network Immediate Past President Global Board. This second of two interviews continues the discussion of best practices to improve and support women in the workplace. … More Continued – Women in the Workplace: A Conversation with Alison Beddard (2 of 2)
I had the great pleasure to discuss gender diversity in the workplace, specifically commercial real estate, with Alison Beddard, Senior Director with Cushman & Wakefield and 2018 CREW Network Immediate Past President Global Board. This first of two interviews covered a myriad of topics with many examples of best practices we can all implement to … More Women in the Workplace: A Conversation with Alison Beddard (1 of 2)
As our great city continues to grow, public and private entities have made positive efforts and progress with regards to new homeless shelters and restoration of public safety. Over the past year much has happened, with the following providing a quick snapshot. … More Salt Lake Homelessness – Shelter & Safety
As SIOR Utah chapter president and a proud SIOR Foundation trustee member, I attended the recent SIOR Fall Conference in Chicago. Incredible sessions with valuable takeaways surrounded by wonderful energy, info-share, and networking. Taking time to digest information gleaned from a few sessions attended, I’ve landed on a handful of salient takeaways to share. … More Key Takeaways – SIOR Fall Conference
Excitement, power and dynamic are common words used to define many of the country’s urban areas. More so now this is evident. Nationally, major urban office markets are experiencing strong performance with low vacancies. This is largely attributed to low employment rates and the rise of the Millennial workforce.
So, where does Salt Lake City fall on the continuum? Indicators such as construction, corporate growth, and demographic factors show Salt Lake City is right in-step with national trends. … More Urban Cachet – Does Salt Lake City Have It?
A historic construction timeline of downtown Salt Lake City’s tallest buildings. … More Salt Lake City: Office & Multifamily Tower Construction Timeline
It’s hard to miss the numerous accolades highlighting Utah and Salt Lake City. From Utah being named “The Best State for Business” by Forbes to Salt Lake City being ranked “No. 10 of Best Cities to Live” by U.S. News & World Report, our wonderful community can’t help but be in the spotlight.
This excitement and growth is visually evident as you stroll or drive downtown Salt Lake City. It’s easy to spot new commercial construction and development. What may not be so evident, but incredibly telling and important is the repositioning of older (historic) office buildings through renovations, restorations and rebranding. … More Office Space 2.0: Repositioning Unique, Older Space