Artspace Commons is the first Gold LEED certified mixed-use building in the state of Utah. The building includes solar photovoltaic window awnings, water-wise xeriscape landscaping, a solar hot water system, energy-saving appliances and many more sustainable features. Commons is a creative community that is close to downtown on the 800 South bike path, two blocks from the 900 South TRAX stop.

For leasing information call 801-364-1019, option 2, email, or visit our residential or commercial leasing page.

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Residential Apartments

102 one and two bedroom apartments

  • Hardwood floors
  • Granite countertops
  • Energy Star appliances
  • Open design with high 9’ ceilings
  • Access to community gardens
  • Washer/dryer in each unit
  • Spacious balcony with sliding glass door
  • High speed fiber-optic internet access
  • Recycling (including glass)
  • Secure ground level storage for bikes, skis, etc.
  • Pet friendly

Commercial Space

50,000 square feet of commercial space

  • Artist studios
  • Nonprofit/small business offices
  • Retail shops
  • Utility sinks in every space
  • Common area bathrooms and showers
  • Storefront units available
  • High speed fiber-optic internet access
  • Conveniently located
  • Controlled access bike storage
  • Parking available
  • Utilities included


Artspace Commons Funders

Financing:  Lender -  Ally Bank; New Markets Tax Credits - ESIC New Markets Partners, LP and Brownfield Revitalization Advisors, LLC; New Markets Tax Credits Investors - US Bank and American Express; Acquisition Loan - Utah Housing Corporation in partnership with Lehman Brothers Commercial Bank.

Donors: My Good Fund, George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation, The Milliken Family, EnergySolutions Foundation, Rocky Mountain Power Blue Sky, Fidelity Foundation, Salt Lake City Redevelopment Agency, Morgan Stanley Bank, American Express, GE Money Bank, Kresge Foundation, The Home Depot Foundation, Enterprise Green Communities, Mark and Kathie Miller Foundation, Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group, Lawrence T Dee - Janet T Dee Foundation, Lehman Brothers Commercial Bank, JP Morgan Chase, UBS Bank, Bank of America, Ally Bank, Wells Fargo Foundation, XMission.