Zions Bank breaks ground on new office building in US
Join Our Newsletter - Get important industry news and analysis sent to your inbox – sign up to our e-Newsletter here
X

Zions Bank breaks ground on new office building in US

15 Jul 2012

Zions Bank has broken ground on a new $76m building in Idaho, US.

Zions Bank has broken ground on a new $76m building in Idaho, US.

The 18-storey, 391,930ft² building will feature office space, retail, parking, and a community room.

Zions Bank president and CEO Scott Anderson said that the new building will be a fitting headquarters for the bank.

"From this location, we will continue to grow and serve our small business, corporate, real estate and agriculture clients, resort communities and consumers," Anderson said.

The bottom two floors of the building will be retail space and the third to fifth floors will be used for parking while floors six to fifteen will be used for offices.

The top floor will be the founders room used for public events and receptions and the building will feature showers on every floor and storage in the basement to accommodate bike commuters.

"The project is expected to achieve LEED Gold Certification and is anticipated to be completed in January 2014."

Zions will co-own the building with the site’s owner, Gardner Company, and will own the floors it occupies.

Construction management firm Engineered Structures has secured a contract to construct the building with recyclable materials.

The project is expected to achieve LEED Gold Certification and is anticipated to be completed in January 2014.

Pre-leased tenants of the building include The Grill at 8th and Main, Idaho Fitness Factory, Beck Advisory Group, Holland & Hart, Ruth’s Chris Steak House, CTA Architects and Engineers, First American Title Company and Idaho Technology Council.