Friday, November 18, 2016

Mountain America CU Breaks Ground on 11-Story, 327,000 Square Foot Corporate HQ Building

Mountain America Credit Union (West Jordan, UT) announced the ground breaking of its new corporate headquarters in Sandy, Utah.

The building will span 11 stories and 327,000 square feet and can accommodate up to 1,700 employees.

An adjacent parking structure will include 1,800 parking stalls and will be shared by Mountain America and Hale Centre Theatre. Employees will enjoy features including a fitness center, outdoor amenities, access to a one-acre park/outdoor amphitheater maintained by Sandy City.

The cost of the corporate headquarter's project was not disclosed.

Mountain America Credit Union has more than $5.9 billion in assets.

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