An elegant addition to the Salt Lake City skyline, 222 South Main is a 22-story LEED Gold certified skyscraper designed with innovation in seismic engineering, energy conservation, redundant power, and fully-automated building systems. The spacious entry lobby and adjoining street-front retail spaces create a lively and inviting pedestrian environment within the heart of the Central Business District. Considered among the most prestigious office buildings in the Mountain West, the skyscraper features state-of-the-art Class A office suites. The project site includes a small pocket park and pedestrian corridor that connects to the mid-block alley and adjoining 8-level parking structure.

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Design Challenge
REDEVELOPMENT OF A DOWNTOWN URBAN SITE
The 22-story skyscraper contributes to the revitalization of Main Street Salt Lake City on a tight urban site. The city’s skyline is adorned with the highly transparent, state-of-the-art commercial high rise designed for high-energy performance.

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BY THE NUMBERS
Salt Lake City, UT  |  480,000 SF  |  $84.5 M  |  2010

Earth Centered
LEED Gold Certified.