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- Class A BTS
- Warehouse/Distribution Space
- 36′ Clear
- 64 Dock High Doors
- 8 Grade Level Doors
- 56’x56′ Column Spacing
- High Bay LED Lighting
- Skylights 0.81% SFAR
- 2/1,000 SF Parking
Over a decade ago a vision was born that became Copper Crossing @ I-80. What started as 260 acres of raw land and cow pasture, now includes nearly 500 acres of master planned industrial space and the home of UPS’ first in the world, prototypical regional sorting facility. This $275 million dollar facility is one of the largest sorting facilities in the world for UPS, with the ability to sort nearly 70,000 packages per hour. The project sits on 160 acres directly at the center of the larger property.
Copper Crossing and the State of Utah took the initiative to attract UPS to locate there in the hope it would start something good for all businesses in the region. Distinct delivery and pickup benefits are available to all companies located within Copper Crossing.
As Salt Lake City’s North-West quadrant and Inland Port area mature, Copper Crossing @ I-80 is at the forefront of development in the area. With Phase I nearly completed and fully leased, Phase II boasts nine new buildings to be built with space for lease from 30,000 to 650,000 square feet.
Some of the attributes that make Copper Crossing unique in the market are the extreme attention to detail in the buildings and site design. We have implemented features that reduce headaches for tenants and increase efficiency. Our latest offering is Building #4, a 38,084 SF state-of-the-art facility, located at 6300 West 700 South. Occupancy is slated for July 2022.
Copper Crossing @I-80 remains the only project in town currently offering rail-served sites. Planning for the future, the park will have ample electric car and semi-tractor charging facilities, and unsurpassed access to logistics and supply chain infrastructure. Ride-sharing stations and autonomous vehicle drop-off and pick-up spots will also be strategically placed throughout the project. These features combined with the proximity to the UPS Hub, providing first in and last out package shipping to Copper Crossing tenants, makes this an unbeatable location for warehousing and distribution.
When completed, the Inland Port and surrounding Northwest quadrant are envisioned to be the largest economic development project ever brought to the state of Utah. National and International Companies, including UPS, Costco Wholesale, Sephora, and Amazon are locating here for its ease of access, proximity to infrastructure, and availability of its nearby labor pool.