Our little town isn’t just a wonderful place to live and play, it is also a great place to do business. Entities such as Skullcandy, Rossignol, Armada Skis, Backcountry.com and Nutraceuticals call Park City home. Park City office space options are as varied as the landscape, so there are office spaces for all types of businesses. Those looking for a short-term, long-term or a more permanent purchase option can find the perfect office space ready to accommodate. Here is a quick overview to get you started.
The Gateway Office Business Center
The Gateway has a wonderful Old Town location. The Gateway offers rentable office suites as well as a variety of professional services and even virtual office amenities for flexible businesses. They have 26 fully wired and rentable offices as well as a conference room, office equipment, kitchen, parking and a full support staff.
Oftentimes, businesses relocating to Park City will utilize the space temporarily. As will start-ups and others that simply do not need a dedicated office full-time. The Gateway has been around for over 20 years. The staff is very capable and provides a professional environment.
The Prospector neighborhood has a number of office space locations. The Bellemarc building and the neighboring Belleaire building have long held local businesses. They are a simple two-story rectangular design and both offer ample parking. You will enjoy endless lunch options from favorites such as Uptown Fare, Sammy’s Bistro, El Chubasco and Good Karma. If you seek an in-town office location without a lot of bells and whistles, this place is for you.
Park City Tech Center
Park City’s Tech Center or PCTC was completed in 2012. One of the goals of the space is to help bring diverse jobs to the area. It’s the first of many more buildings to be developed in the technology park. The building is well-designed with incredible views. It boasts easy access to Salt Lake City and Park City. The PCTC houses the Visitors Center for the Park City Chamber of Commerce and the local coffee shop, Hugo.
The PCTC is located in Kimball Junction on the public transportation system as well as the local trail network. A number of commuting options are available. Recreational trails through the aspen-dotted hillside are literally right outside of the door. The plans include over 1.2 million square feet of office space. Build-to-suit sites are available.
Assemble offers collaborative office space and co-working space memberships to entrepreneurs, professionals, corporations and other members. Assemble is located in the Kimball Junction area of Park City, an area known for shopping and restaurants.
Co-working Space Members are invited to use work stations within the business lounge and can use private offices when available. There is a conference room with flat screen TV’s, internet access and a full office equipment suite with printers, copy machines, scanner and fax. There is also a shared kitchen. Professional office support services are available.
Park City’s newest office space, The Office opened September 2016 in the New Park area of Kimball Junction. It is a co-working space similar to the others we have mentioned. The Office offers a relaxed and comfortable work space with private offices available and the coffee bar is always stocked. To encourage visitors The Office is currently offering free day passes.
Near the Highway
Silver Creek Business Park
The Silver Creek Business Park is a great option for anyone not requiring an in-town location. Located near the I-80 and I-40 interchange, it has easy access to Salt Lake City, Park City and the surrounding areas. Business spaces are available for lease and are designed to house a variety of users. Space options include warehouse, office and retail space. Spaces have showrooms and/or retail storefronts and there is ample parking.
MSPACE is a modular building and can be designed to fit the need. The development company offers a number of creative lease-options and finance options. Conveniently located at the interchange of highway 40 and 80 it is an easily accessed location. The company offers an impressive rental building inventory. For any need, they have a building they can rent, lease or sell to you. The CMO (Chief Mascot Officer) Chance, a handsome Golden Retriever, is reason enough to stop by.
PandoLabs is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that is a collaborative hub and co-working space. They bring together entrepreneurs in Park City and neighboring towns. Users of the space pay a membership, and currently they have about 40 members. The basic $150/month membership includes access to the facility and amenities. These include a furnished co-working space, broadband internet access, shared conference room, shared common area, kitchen and lounge. Private offices are available. The workspace is conveniently located in Jeremy Ranch between Park City and Salt Lake City.
Are you wanting to move your business to Park City? Busting at the seams and need more space? Seeking an investment opportunity in the Park City office space market? I am happy to point you in the right direction no matter what you’re looking to do. Contact me anytime!