100 S State Street
Salt Lake City, UT 84111



Property Reserve Inc has submitted detailed plans to Salt Lake City’s Planning Division for a proposed office tower downtown.  The project, currently referred to as Tower 8, will occupy the northeast corner of the intersection of 100 South and State Street, directly west of the Harmon's Grocery Store. Developers are currently proposing a 28-story building that would top out at 395 feet, and once completed would be downtown Salt Lake City’s third tallest tower.

T-8 is one of two buildings planned in the coming years for City Creek Center.  Property Reserve Inc. also plans to eventually build The Cascade, a proposed residential tower that would be directly east of Harmon's.

As currently proposed, Tower 8 will be just under 10 feet taller 111 Main, downtown’s newest office tower and another project by Property Reserve Inc.  Like 111 Main, Tower 8 will be most clad in glass and is designed by architectural firm, Skidmore, Owings & Merril.  Despite having a footprint of just 0.74 acres, the site for Tower 8 is larger in area than the site for 111 Main. The project will share the bulk of its parking with the adjacent Harmon's but will add some additional parking via a small parking structure at the building’s north end.  A large lobby and media room will front 100 South.

In addition to office space, the tower will include meeting space for Sunday worship services at the mezzanine and third levels.  Additional tenants have yet to be announced but in August Goldman Sachs announced that they will be relocating dozens of jobs from New York City to Salt Lake City in the near future.