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SLC Executive Suite:
Salt Lake City is the capital and the most populous city in the state of Utah. It had an estimated population of around 1,115,692 in 2008. The economy of this region is service oriented and the neighboring steel, mining and railroad operations contribute largely to the income of the city. The major industries in the city are professional and business services, trade, transport, government and utilities, tourism and some retail. This city is also known as the “Crossroads of the West” for its central geography in the Western USA. The Interstate 15 is a major transportation point for freight traffic as this region plays host to many regional distribution centers. To learn more about Salt Lake and other cities that play a major role in commercial real estate, check out our office space article section.
Executive Suite Rates:
There are many people who come to Salt Lake City every year for corporate, economic and business purposes. This city is widely visited by people from all over the world and most of these visits are generally for corporate and professional purposes. Renting Salt Lake City executive office suites is hassle free and the ideal places to find them are in South Main, South 700 East, Cottonwood Parkway, Chase Towers, S 1300 E South Salt Lake City and West Broadway. The average rates for these Salt Lake City executive office suites depend upon the lease agreement, floor plan and building size but range from $200 to $8000 per month per office. If you have an interest in leasing space in Denver, Boise, or Las Vegas, we provide a full service tenant finding approach in those areas also.
Some amenities provided in many these Salt Lake City executive office suites are IT support, air conditioning and showers, shopping facilities, car parking facilities, Broadband/Internet, ISDN, meeting rooms, modern office building, reception services, videoconferencing, and telephone answering. See our listings to view photos and images of all properties. Before move in, utilize our free service for expert help for your search for anything from temporary offices to executive suites. Other local areas in the Salt Region we service are Provo (near Brigham Young University) and the areas around the University of Utah.
Salt Lake Economy:
There are a vast majority of industrial banks that have their headquarters in Salt Lake City. The city also has the headquarters of Alpha Graphics, Sinclair Oil Corporation, Zions Bancorporation, Smith’s Food and Drug along with the other notable firms like the Arctic Circle Restaurants, Franklin Covey and Overstock.com. The famous Kentucky Fried Chicken was also located in the Metropolitan area of Salt Lake City. A large number of high tech firms also have their headquarters in Salt Lake City and some of them are Ebay, Unisys, Siebel, Micron, L-3 Communications and 3M. There are also other economic activities like tourism, conventions and many sub urban call centers located here. There has also been an increase in Tourism after the 2002 Olympic Winter Games and there have been many hotels and restaurants that were built for this important event. The State sales tax is 4.7% and the local taxing authorities are empowered to impose their own sales tax.
The crime rates in Salt Lake City range from all types. There have been some reports of violent crimes and some relating to property. The city also has a high rate of drug dealers that operate on a daily basis in the region. Over the recent years, the crime rates have reduced to a considerable extent. The region also has a low cost of living and the median income for a household in the city is $36,944. The median income for a family is $45,140 where the males have a median income of $31,511 as compared to $26,403 for females. The per capita income for the city is $20,752. 15.3% of the population and 10.4% of families living in Salt Lake City are below the poverty line. Out of the total population, there are 18.7% under the age of 18 years and 8.5% of those of and above 65 years are living below the poverty line.