We’re thrilled to announce that The Shop SLC has garnered the attention of one of the world’s most prestigious publications – The New York Times. This coveted spotlight showcases our commitment to providing an exceptional workspace experience in Salt Lake City.
We’ve always believed in offering more than just workspace; we provide an ecosystem that fosters productivity, creativity, and community. These efforts have led to a community perfect for those moving to Salt Lake City or looking to build their network.
What truly sets us apart is our vibrant and engaged community. This New York Times piece was able to highlight not only The Shop as a piece of the larger Exchange project, but our staff and members of our community as well. It’s this sense of camaraderie, support, and networking that makes us more than just an office space – we’re a thriving community.
We’re more committed than ever to providing a workspace that not only meets but exceeds your expectations. Whether you’re an entrepreneur, freelancer, or part of a growing team, we invite you to experience the excellence that earned us recognition in this esteemed publication.
Stay tuned for more exciting developments at The Shop SLC as we continue to shape the future of coworking and redefine workspace standards. Thank you for being a part of our thriving community, and here’s to many more successes together!
Want to experience what the New York Times did? Book a tour and trial of The Shop SLC today.
About Domain: The Domain Companies is one of the nation’s leading real estate development and investment companies specializing in sustainable, mixed-use development. Since our founding in 2004, Domain has been involved in over $2.5 billion of impactful, mixed-use real estate across a diverse range of product types and markets. The unique skills and experience of our people and the driven, entrepreneurial spirit of our organization have allowed us to develop solutions for the most challenging projects, creating properties that stand apart through innovative design and extraordinary management. The result is the creation of more than exceptional properties – it is the evolution and enhancement of the communities in which we build.