165 S. Main Street Salt, Lake City, UT 84111
The Herald Building, from the drawing board of architect John C. Craig of Chicago to its completion in 1905, was destined for landmark status. As Salt Lake’s skyline grew after the turn of the century, so also did the contributions of John Craig to that skyline. Taking their places of prominence in Salt Lake’s history and tradition along with the Herald Building were Salt Lake’s Stock Exchange, the New Grand Hotel and the Eagle Gate apartments.
Designed originally as the home office for the Salt Lake Herald, a prominent newspaper in the valley for over 50 years, the Herald Building today has been restored to its original grandeur of over a century ago.
Located one building north of Second South on Main Street, the Herald has regained the outward charm of a bygone era while being completely redesigned and restructured internally to offer modern and functional office space in Salt Lake City. Cultural, social and business interactions in the heart of the city are yours in the new Herald Building.
The Herald being in the heat of Salt Lakes Central Business District (CBD) is only a few steps away from the new City Creek Center, Galivan Plaza, Capital Theater, Temple Square, The Salt Palace as well as major banks, government offices and State and Federal Courts.
The Herald Building is the home of Lamb’s Grill Cafe the oldest operating restaurant in Utah and has been the gathering place for Salt Lake’s business and political leaders for generations. If Lamb’s doesn’t suit your pallet there are numerous eateries within walking distance which include new Hot Dog counter just out the front door and an authentic French Bakery just a few more steps away. If something more upscale is what you are looking for there is the Bambera just across Second South at the Hotel Monaco.
The tradition of the past in the Herald Building is restored with the turn of the century tin cornices sitting atop the twin towers featuring broken pediments, volutes, lions heads, cove moldings, brackets, and flag poles.
Updated electrical, plumbing, heating, air conditioning, energy efficient windows, fireproof stairways and sprinkling system have been installed for your safety, convenience and comfort. Fiber optic cable and high speed internet are available.
The interior of the Herald Building had been designed with the exclusivity and privacy of having your business operating on its own floor. Approximately 6,000 sq. ft. per floor will be designed to fit your future and current needs. In addition the Herald offices smaller suites and individual office spaces on the Second floor and very affordable individual office on the basement level. Two central atriums serve as the focal points to the building’s upper floors, with the second floor having physical access while the floors the through five enjoy the open and visual ambiance.
Currently Available for Lease: The Herald Building – 165 South Main Street, Salt Lake City, UT
For commercial space from a company that caters to the needs of your business.