June 8, 2009, Salt Lake City, UT – Commerce CRG, a Utah based commercial real estate firm, with five Utah offices, a Las Vegas office and active real estate involvement throughout the Intermountain West, will be moving to downtown Salt Lake City this fall. The firm has leased the 16th floor of 170 South Main, one of the city’s first high-rises, acclaimed for its architecture and quality of maintenance. The building is seeking and has been registered for LEED certification.
Commerce CRG, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, has been searching for new space for several years. “We wanted to make a statement that as the oldest and most experienced commercial real estate firm in the state, we will be here for the next 30 years,” said Mike Lawson, Commerce CRG president and CEO. Commerce CRG has been at its current location, 175 East 400 South for 22 years.
In the last few years, the main Salt Lake office has increased staff and added ten additional agents. The company is eager to make the move to accommodate current and future growth and to provide clients with the best possible service environment. The new location will also be symbolic in nature, because clients can visibly recognize Commerce CRG as a downtown hub of real estate professionalism.
In addition to moving into 170 South Main, Commerce CRG has managed 170 South Main since 2005 and handled leasing since 2006. In 2008 the classy structure received a TOBY award (The Outstanding Building Of The Year) from the Utah chapter of The Building Managers and Owners Association
Commerce CRG, headquartered in Salt Lake City, with five Utah offices, a Las Vegas office and active real estate involvement throughout the Intermountain West, has been the leading provider of real estate brokerage services in Utah for 30 years. As an Alliance Member of Cushman & Wakefield, Commerce CRG provides consulting, brokerage, tenant representation, property and facilities management and valuation services to corporations, institutions and investors throughout the Rocky Mountain States. The firm is one of 25 members of the Cushman & Wakefield Alliance Program.