One of the key components of the Provo Advantage is the reality that we are the central business district for Utah County. In this month’s Provo Advantage, we will share with you the elements that brand Provo as Utah County’s Central Business District. Enjoy!
The Provo Advantage
When Brandon Fugal talks, Utah listens. As ABC4-TV reporter, Doug Jessop says, “it’s always good to know what the ‘keeper of the crystal ball’ has to say about Utah’s future.” It seemed only natural to ask Brandon Fugal, Chairman of Colliers International, how he would describe the Provo Advantage. Representing Freedom Commons, the first Class-A office space built in downtown Provo in 12 years, Fugal said key in this decision was Provo’s role as “the central business district in Utah County.”
First Class-A Office Space in a Decade
On August 18, 2021, Mayor Michelle Kaufusi joined Brandon Fugal to participate in the historic Freedom Commons Topping Out Ceremony, with this video highlighting how Provo is working with industry experts, such as Colliers International, Utah Valley Chamber, and PEG Companies, to name just a few, to community-build together!
How is Provo the Central Business District?
Saying Provo is “the central business district of Utah County” is one thing, but what criteria contribute to this distinction? Take two minutes to find out more about the convergence of influences making Provo City ‘ground zero’ for significant regional policy decisions, development trends and public/private partnerships designed to create economic opportunities.
People, Places, and Things You Might Not Know About Provo!
ICYMI: Doug Jessop visited Provo on Tuesday to celebrate 2/22/22! He toured the city, featuring stories about Provo’s economic vibrancy and visiting with interesting people. Highlights include Provo as an innovation center, hospitality center, education center, and as the central business district. If you missed the broadcast, you can now watch the videos online. You might just learn something new!
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