The Boyer Company recnently completed construction on the 162,000 SF spec building known as 136 Center. The project is ideally located at the southern end of the Salt Lake Valley on I-15 and Bangerter Highway — offering immediate freeway and arterial access. Frontrunner access is .5 mile north. The central location and excellent transportation access of the building enables businesses to recruit talent from both Salt Lake, Utah, and Weber Counties.
The first building of the 136 Center office park has been well received by brokers and prospective tenants. The fourteen foot floor-to-ceiling exterior glass is unlike any other suburban project. On a sunny day, the sixth floor can see as far as the state capital, Antelope Island, and enjoy the views up to Lone Peak, and the canyons. The clean architectural lines are complemented with large metal panel overhangs that frame views to the east and western mountains.
136 Center will be home to two hotels, small restaurant retail, and is close to dozens of restaurants, coffee shops, and grocery stores. Other amenities include an food truck parking, a gym facility with showers and lockers, and an outdoor relaxing common area for gatherings and small conferences.
The interior lobby is centered around a full height glass, beautiful stained wood, acrylic modern paneling and rich steel. The mechanical and structural system work efficiently together to offer tenants tall ceiling heights and adaptable spaces to conduct their businesses in a bright and energetic working environment.
This is a LEED certified building with redundant fiber and power infrastructure making 136 a forward-thinking, technology-focused, Class-A office park. The Boyer Company is currently leasing the project and hopes to kick off Phase II later this year.