Salt Lake City Metro Office Park Breaks Ground

Building 1 of the 540,000-square-foot development in Draper, south of Salt Lake City, is slated for completion early next year. The sustainable property will feature 60 electric car charging stations.
Irvine Office Park. Rendering courtesy of Colliers International

Utah-based developer Irvine Investment Co. has broken ground on Irvine Office Park, a 540,000-square-foot, Class A office project in the Salt Lake City suburb of Draper, Utah. The green-friendly office park will feature 60 electric car charging stations, the greatest number of any development in the state.

Intended to create a premier home for a corporate headquarters, the development at the junction of Interstate 15 and Bangerter Highway will comprise three buildings upon full build-out. Building 1 is slated for completion in early 2020, providing 180,000 square feet over six floors. Brandon Fugal, chairman of Colliers International in Utah, along with executives Jordan Wall and Josh Smith, will serve as leasing brokers for the property.

The site’s location at approximately 440 W. 13800 S., gives it immediate access to a cluster of retailers, with prominent visibility along I-15, the state’s major transportation corridor. Downtown Salt Lake City is roughly 17 miles to the north.

Just five miles to the south in Lehi, Utah, Perry Commercial is building Traverse Ridge Center III, a 220,000-square-foot, Class A office building scheduled for completion this year. Flexible office firm Spaces will occupy the first and second floors of the nine-story property, which will be the city’s tallest building.