Artspace City Center is a renovation of the historic ZCMI warehouse, originally built in 1905. City Center now includes 18 live/work artist townhouses, galleries, art studios and commerical spaces for nonprofits and small businesses. The building has an interior garden where the trains used to unload goods to be stored. The historic charm of City Center extends to both the commercial and residential spaces, which have original exposed brick walls and beamed ceilings.

For leasing information call 801-364-1019, emailor visit our residential or commercial leasing page.

Residential Apartments

18 live/work townhouses with 1.5 baths

  • Open design
  • Large units with high beamed ceilings
  • Underground and surface parking
  • Appliances, including dishwasher
  • Private porches
  • Washer/dryer in each unit
  • Tankless hot water heaters
  • Near transportation (TRAX and FrontRunner)
  • Exposed brick walls
  • Pet friendly, including a dog park
  • Access to food waste and glass recycling
  • Access to storage
  • High speed fiber-optic internet access

Commercial Space

20,000 square feet of commercial space

  • Historic charm
  • Galleries
  • Nonprofit/small business offices
  • Artist studios
  • Creative community
  • Common area bathrooms
  • Access to showers and storage
  • Storefront units available
  • Large freight-sized elevator
  • Underground and surface parking
  • Near transportation (TRAX and FrontRunner)
  • High speed fiber-optic internet access

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Artspace City Center Funders

FinancingNew Markets Tax Credit CDE - National Development Council; Historic and NMTC Investor and Project Lender - US Bank Community Development Corporation.

Donors: George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation, The Milliken Family, Willard L. Eccles Charitable Foundation, My Good Fund, Fidelity Foundation, Mark & Kathie Miller Foundation, American Express Center for Community Development, Stephen G Denkers and Susan E. Denkers Family Foundation, Morgan Stanley Bank, U.S. Bancorp Foundation, Lawrence T. Dee - Janet T. Dee Foundation, Citigroup Foundation, Washington Mutual, Wells Fargo, OC Tanner Company, Bank One Foundation, Barbara & Jim Clark, Brenda Scheer, Dan Adams, Merrill Lynch Bank USA, Rich Humphrey, Jean Glaser, Kinde Nebeker, Michael Green.