Project & Area Overview
COPPER CROSSING AT I-80
Utah’s newest ultramodern industrial park is pleased to present availability in the three building 900,000 square foot Phase I, under construction now with delivery of Building 1 in Q4, 2018. Conveniently located at the crossroads of the west where Interstate 15 meets Interstate 80. The project is visible from I-80 and 5600 West, four blocks to the Union Pacific Intermodal Hub, just 5 minutes from the Salt Lake City International Airport, and 10 minutes from downtown Salt Lake. Copper Crossing is the only project currently offering rail served sites with the ability to accommodate up to 1,000,000 square feet in one building. Infrastructure is in place now and sites are immediately developable. The project qualifies for Foreign Trade Zone status, and economic incentives may be available for specific types of use. With a master plan including the $275 million UPS regional operations facility, Copper Crossing @ I-80 when completely built out will encompass more than 420 acres and boast nearly 6 million square feet of logistics, warehouse and manufacturing space.
UPS REGIONAL OPERATIONS FACILITY
When completed in late 2018, the new 840,000 square foot facility on 160 acres will be among the largest and most advanced processing facilities in its global package network. The new Salt Lake City Hub will process more than 70,000 packages per hour, outpacing any other existing UPS facility more than two times over. UPS employees will be aided by new technology and automation that increase the accuracy of data collection for reliability and processing flexibility as packages route through the complex system of conveyors and advance across a maze of belts. Two automated processing areas will focus on smaller-sized packages, typical of today’s e-commerce purchases. Companies locating in Copper Crossing @ I-80 will benefit from first in and last in status with UPS, allowing users to shift resources from transferring goods and materials to more productive tasks.
UNION PACIFIC INTERMODAL HUB
Union Pacific’s Salt Lake City Intermodal Terminal was built at a cost of $90 million in 2006; the state-of-the-art facility is designed to support the growing intermodal volume in the Intermountain West. Covering more than 240 acres, this expansive facility is capable of handling more than 250,000 annual container lifts. Four loading/unloading tracks were constructed to handle 60 intermodal double-stack rail cars. Five storage tracks were built to stage up to another 90 intermodal double-stack rail cars. The facility utilizes two straddle cranes to load and unload rail cars and one mobile packer to lift containers. Strategically located just four blocks away from Copper Crossing @ I-80 on 1100 South and 5600 West, this facility provides convenient highway access to markets throughout Utah and surrounding states.
The word is out about Salt Lake City’s Northwest Quadrant! National and International Companies are locating here for its ease of access, proximity to infrastructure and availability of its nearby labor pool. The following is a brief example of companies in the immediate vicinity:
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Details and Features
Total Size 420 acres total/255 acres available
Build to Suit Available From 50,000 to 1,000,000 Sq. Ft.
Zoning M-1 (Light Industrial)
Uses Distribution, Manufacturing, Warehousing
Power/ Rocky Mountain Power Looped along 300 South, 6400 West, 700 South, and 5600 West with conduits and vaults. The wire size along 6400 West is 1000kcm
Natural Gas/ Questar Gas Located in 300 South and 700 South
Water/ Salt Lake City 36” main in 5600 W 12” looped in park
Sewer/ Salt Lake City 18” primary line approximately .12% slope. 12.5’ deep at 300 South 6400 West
Phone/Data CenturyLink fiber is available at 100mbps, Xfintity fiber is available at 250mbps
Rail Service Salt Lake Garfield shortline to National Carriers
Utah is an excellent place to visit and an extraordinary place to live. The state captivates visitors and residents alike with its spectacular natural beauty, cultural offerings and year-round recreational opportunities.
Forbes ranks Salt Lake City as one of The Top 10 Cities Where Employees Are Happiest
GETTING AROUND THE WASATCH FRONT
Although Salt Lake City, Utah is a traditionally car-oriented city, the rapidly growing public transit system has a high number of riders for a city of its size, and public transit is widely supported by the populace. Utah is a centralized, lowcost distribution point for the Western U.S. Salt Lake City ranks #1 best city for commuting “Best and Worst Cities for Commuters” – Forbes.
DOING BUSINESS IN UTAH
Lured by factors such as tax breaks, affordable real estate, an educated populace and a strong public-transit system, many iconic companies have set up home bases in the state. “Utah is America’s Top State for Business” as ranked by CNBC in 2016.
IPG Commercial works closely with the following entities to ensure prospects considering Copper Crossing @ I-80 receive all the resources our city and state have available.
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