111 Main is Salt Lake City’s newest high-rise commercial office building, designed and constructed with LEED® certification in mind. Using less energy and water, LEED® certified buildings save money, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and contribute to a healthier environment.
At 111 Main, high-performance glazing provides ample daylight from the floor-to-ceiling glass windows, including the reduction of lighting and energy use.
111 Main is a sustainable, high-performance building designed to operate 15 percent below the State of Utah energy code. Combining high-efficiency under-floor HVAC systems, an efficient building envelope and environmentally friendly tenant lighting standards provides reduced tenant and building operating costs.
111 Main has been constructed with core and shell build-outs using non-toxic or low-volatile organic compound (VOC) adhesives, sealants, paints, composite wood materials and carpets to create a healthy indoor air quality for our business users.
111 Main’s structural grid provides column-free floor spans, allowing for efficient and adaptable space planning.
Potable water use for landscape irrigation has been reduced by 50 percent, and internal water use reduced by 40 percent.
Men’s and women’s locker rooms with shower facilities encourage an active lifestyle and healthy living.
Secure bike racks integrated into the building design support bicycle commuting.
111 Main is located in the heart of downtown, an urban area with easy access to existing infrastructure, public transportation and other public services and amenities.