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Amazon to build new 855,000 square-foot distribution center in Salt Lake City

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

July 5, 2017

Contact: 

Matthew Rojas

385-228-2365 | matthew.rojas@slcgov.com

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Amazon to build new 855,000 square-foot distribution center in Salt Lake City

Today, Amazon made it official, the retail giant will build a $250-million regional fulfillment center in Salt Lake City’s budding Northwest Quadrant, bringing with it at least 1,500 full time well-paying jobs, with the possibility of thousands more in seasonal positions.

Outdoor Apparel Company Wild Tribute to Relocate Headquarters in Salt Lake City

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

May 23, 2017

Contact: 

Brian Stowers, President, Wild Tribute

801-906-0084 | brian@wildtribute.com

Annie Davis, Marketing and Research Manager, Dept. of Economic Development

385-215-4802 | annie.davis@slcgov.com

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Outdoor Apparel Company Wild Tribute to Relocate Headquarters in Salt Lake City

Medical device manufacturer Biomerics to headquarter in Salt Lake City

Biomerics, a leading medical device manufacturer for the cardiovascular market, will relocate to a new corporate headquarters in Salt Lake City. The 230,000-square foot facility will be located adjacent to the Northwest Quadrant west of the Salt Lake City International Airport. The new facility will include corporate and engineering offices, research and development labs, and cleanroom manufacturing.

Third-largest cereal company in USA expands operations in Salt Lake City

 
POST Consumer Brands, the nation’s third-largest cereal company, is expanding their distribution operations to Salt Lake City. POST currently has a facility in Box Elder County, Utah, and has begun construction on a 901,000 square foot facility on California Avenue and 5600 West, near the newly announced Northwest Quadrant development site.
 

Salt Lake City to launch ambitious plan to prepare Northwest Quadrant for economic development

On Monday, December 5th, Mayor Jackie Biskupski will kick-off, an aggressive two-year plan to build an infrastructure backbone and develop an economic implementation plan for the city’s Northwest Quadrant, prime land directly west of Salt Lake City International Airport, and the International Center.
 

Economic Development, Parking and a Mayor's Appointee are topics of discussion at the Tuesday Feb. 9 meeting of the SLC Council

What: City Council Work Session & limited Formal Meeting
When: Tuesday – Feb. 9, 2016

4:00 p.m. Work Session Or immediately following the 2:00 pm Redevelopment Agency Meeting Room 326 (A discussion among Council Members and select presenters. The public is welcome to listen)

7:00 p.m. limited Formal Meeting Room 315 (A general public comment period will be held this evening)

Where:
City & County Building
451 South State Street, 3rd floor
Salt Lake City, UT 84111
Contact: City Council Office
801‐535‐7600

City Releases Economic Development Study, Pledges to Capitalize on SLC’s Economic Momentum

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

August 24, 2015

Contact: Clayton Scrivner, Civic Engagement Manager

801-597-8108

City Releases Economic Development Study, Pledges to Capitalize on SLC’s Economic Momentum

Economic development, street lighting are two agenda topics at upcoming SLC Council meeting on Aug. 25

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CITY COUNCIL of SALT LAKE CITY
http://www.slccouncil.com/

What: City Council Work Session & Formal Meeting
When: Tuesday – August 25, 2015

2:00 p.m. Work Session Room 326 (A discussion among Council Members and select presenters. The public is welcome to listen)

City's Revolving Loan Fund Aids Local Audio Company

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

January 6, 2014
Contact: Art Raymond
801-547-2659


City's Revolving Loan Fund Aids Local Audio Company
 
SALT LAKE CITY – The Economic Development Division is pleased to announce another successful Salt Lake City Revolving Loan Fund agreement with Beacon Audio, the manufacturer of the Phoenix 2 and Blazar portable speaker system being designed and marketed in Salt Lake City.

City Names New Director of Economic Development

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

November 13, 2013
Contact: Art Raymond
801-547-2659


City Names New Director of Economic Development

SALT LAKE CITY – Mayor Ralph Becker, the City Council and Community and Economic Development Director Eric Shaw are pleased to announce the recent appointment of Stuart Clason as the City’s new Director of Economic Development.


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