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Economic Development

Midvale City has a central location within the Salt Lake Metropolitan Area of approximately 1.4 million people and has unparalleled access to regional transportation systems that provide one strategic strength of Midvale. Access is another. Midvale will soon feature access to an open fiber optic infrastructure allowing true broadband access to the information economy while establishing the technology platform for the future needs of successful companies. It provides commuter access via Interstate 15, I-215, State Street, Fort Union Blvd – 7200 South, 900 East, and Union Park Avenue for access to the entire Wasatch Front in a matter of minutes via automobile or direct access to the award winning public transportation of UTA via bus or to the TRAX light-rail network. Midvale’s access provides front door bus service up 7200 S/Fort Union Blvd. to the ski resorts from most our motels and features two established TRAX light-rail stops at 7200 South and Center Street for park-n-ride ease today or future access to the Mid-Jordan line serving the first west valley connection of light rail on the system. This unparalleled access separates Midvale apart and serves as a catalyst for the excellent mobility and movement of information, ideas, communications, data, people, services and goods. This is why Midvale City is home to so many businesses and retailers who appreciate strategic locations that allow their business to grow and prosper.

Midvale defines location, location, location and features one of the most established commercial areas in the valley at Fort Union, a rising Historic District, two future large scale mixed-use developments in Bingham Junction and Jordan Bluffs, an improving State Street corridor and strong light industrial parks.

Contact Christopher Butte at Midvale City Economic Development to discuss opportunities and allow him to show you why Midvale City is the strategic place to live, work, play and visit.

Email: cbutte@midvale.com
Call: 801.567.7246
Mail: 7505 S Holden Street, Midvale, UT 84047

Related links: Utah Tax Commission at www.tax.utah.gov
Department of Workforce Services at www.jobs.utah.gov
Economic Development Corp. of Utah at www.edcUTAH.org
Utah Department of Transportation at www.dot.state.ut.us

• 620+ acres ready for development in the center of the Salt Lake Valley
• ¼ mile from 7200 South off ramp off I-15 and I-215
• 1400 existing businesses already in competitive location
• Established infrastructure
  o Fiber optic network
  o Dual power stations with buried power on site
  o All municipal services
• City government with business friendly attitude and stable fiscal policies
• NO IMPACT FEES
• Redevelopment Areas established to help with cost of infrastructure
• Recreational amenities within easy access

Bingham Junction:
• 351 acre development at junction of I-15 and I-215 freeways straddling 7200 South at 700 West
• Large scale, mixed-use development of major retail, housing, and office parks
• Transit-oriented development along the future Mid-Jordan light rail line
• Strategic location in the middle of the valley
• Project sits along the Jordan River providing green space and excellent access to recreation
• Fiber-optic, power, and all other infrastructure

Jordan Bluffs:
• 262 acre development at 7800 South and 700 West
• Major residential development with retail and office opportunities
• Unobstructed views of the valley, Oquirh Mountains and Lone Peak
• Immediate access to all recreational amenities – trails, golf courses, skiing
• Strategic location in the middle of the valley • Fiber-optic, power, and all other infrastructure

 

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