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One Utah Center

Coordinates: 40°45′53.53″N 111°53′25.97″W / 40.7648694°N 111.8905472°W / 40.7648694; -111.8905472

One Utah Center is a skyscraper in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah. It was built by the Boyer Company in 1991. The building has 24 floors with the 24th containing two conference rooms.[1][2]

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  • 3D Model of the building from Google
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