The O.C. Tanner flagship store - a sensitive melding of the historic structure and Beaux Arts design elements with the conveniences of a modern building - is both historic and contemporary, grand and intimate. The project preserved one of the area's most historic structures, the former Packard Library building which opened in 1905. The stunning restoration as O.C. Tanner's flagship jewelry store opened in September 2009.
Obert C. Tanner, who died in 1993, had a vision to construct the "most beautiful jewelry store in America." The significant investment in the building is a commitment on behalf of the company to propagate the generosity of the Tanner families, shareholders and the Board of Directors.
"As an original sponsor of Downtown Rising, the O.C. Tanner Company brings renewal and preservation to the top of State Street with the opening of their flagship jewelry store. Salt Lake City is "on the rise" and the O.C. Tanner Company has made what was old, new again." -Natalie Gochnour, principal creator of the Downtown Rising movement
"This restoration continues a long tradition of generosity and excellence by all the people of the Company - the shareholders, the Board of Directors and thousands of talented and dedicated employees." -David A. Petersen, CEO O.C. Tanner Company
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Square Footage: 20,000
Opening Date: September 2009
O.C. Tanner Company
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