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Cresa Salt Lake City
136 South Main Street
Suite 500
Salt Lake City, UT 84101
801.300.4500 tel


Paul Skene
Managing Principal
801.300.4505 tel
Paul Anderson
Managing Principal
801.300.4515 tel

Salt Lake City


Thank you for visiting the Salt Lake City, UT, web page of Cresa. We are a global commercial real estate advisory firm specializing in tenant representation. We're proud to be Salt Lake's sole tenant-only commercial advisory firm and we strive to provide our clients a scope and quality of services that is truly unmatched in this market.  

We focus on real estate strategies that help you attract top talent, reinforce your brand, and increase profitability. Because we only represent the needs of commercial tenants and have no fiduciary relationships with landlords, we ensure objectivity and avoid conflicts of interest.

Unlike traditional real estate firms, we are service-oriented, not transaction-oriented. We provide an array of integrated corporate services and work to align your commercial real estate needs with your business plans.

Our advisers and project managers form partnerships with our real estate clients, providing ongoing service that goes "beyond the deal". As true tenant advocates, we are accountable from start to finish.  

Our steadfast focus and track record of significant savings for our clients has helped us win many industry accolades and grow to become North America's largest corporate real estate firm that exclusively represents tenants.

Join to receive our expert insights on workplace solutions, exclusively from the tenant’s perspective.

Market Insights


Paul Anderson Managing Principal 801.300.4515
Michael Chappell Senior Advisor 801.300.4516
Katie Finlayson Senior Project Manager 801.300.4517
Mark Kindred Senior Advisor
Andrew Pace Senior Advisor 801.300.4507
Michelle Schreiber Operations Manager 801.300.4503
Paul Skene Managing Principal 801.300.4505
Shawnee Stump Marketing Manager 801.300.4502

Success Stories

Client Location Sq. Footage
Carriersales Draper, Utah  6,000 
CHG Healthcare Services Salt Lake City, Utah  280,000 
Christensen & Jensen Salt Lake City, Utah  23,000 
Control4 Draper, Utah  4,188 
HealthEquity Draper, Utah  135,000 
M & T Bank Salt Lake City  10,500  
Neovest Salt Lake City  10,942 
Ray Quinney & Nebeker Salt Lake City  61,000 
Skullcandy Park City, Utah  47,000 
Skywest Airlines Salt Lake City, Utah  20,000 
Tetra Tech West Valley City, Utah  18,143 
The Presidio Group Salt Lake City, Utah  34,000 
TruHearing Salt Lake City, Utah  48,000 
Verisk Health Inc. Draper, Utah  66,880 SF 
What You Need to Know When Considering Project Management to Avoid Critical Mistakes
Many tenants begin build-to-suit or tenant improvement projects with internal company resources, but find as the project progresses they lack the requisite knowledge and find that the process is far more complex and time intensive than originally […] Read More
How Well do you Know your Office Lease? [Flowchart]
Before you think about your space requirements, you're probably thinking about the business needs behind them. Only by understanding those needs can you address them in a meaningful, goal-oriented way. Use this flowchart to find out if you are […] Read More
Cresa's Top 10 List of Workplace Resources
Our new resource list ensures that recommended resources are as available and accessible as possible. This article gives you access to the resources you need, in an easy to navigate list. We developed this list from a selection of tenant e-resources […] Read More
Understanding How Square Footage is Calculated in Your Lease
One of the complexities tenants face when entering into an office lease involves understanding the measurement of their space for the purpose of calculating rent. While this might seem like a simple square-footage calculation, it is usually anything […] Read More
'Dual Agency' Transactions Under Scrutiny in California Court Case
By Randyl Drummer for CoStar News Decision has potential to affect residential and commercial real estate transactions in California - and possibly, across the U.S. Read More
Is Coworking the Future of CRE, or Just the Latest Trend in Office Space?
What does the collaborative workspace phenomenon mean for business and commercial real estate? Technology allows us to work from anywhere, but this freedom has led many people to discover that working remotely isn’t as productive or enjoyable as it […] Read More
Beyond Lower Costs and Bigger Markets: A Framework For Long-Term Geographic Strategy
Organizations that choose operational locations based primarily on low costs and promising markets for goods services often overlook critical factors that impact long-term success and failure. Read More
FASB is Changing Lease Accounting for Everyone
In recent months the US and international accounting boards (the FASB and IASB, respectively) have issued final new standards that have a significant impact on how leases will be reflected in financial statements going forward. The two boards have […] Read More
Your Next (Leased) Office Space: A How-To Guide for Growth Companies
Step-by-Step Strategies, Tips and Pitfalls to Avoid When Moving from Shared Space into Your First Office Lease. For high growth companies that are considering moving from shared office space and beginning the search for a dedicated office lease […] Read More
Why Big Law is Taking Up Less Space
Office spaces in nearly every industry vertical are changing. Technology, Millennials’ attitude toward work, and economic pressures are driving businesses to redesign their workplace to meet the demands of the modern marketplace. Though law firms […] Read More
Planning for Future Office Space Needs in the Face of Changing Workforce Demographics
The current multi-generational workforce that comprises the Baby Boomers and the younger generations (X, Millennials, and Z) represents a significant and high-speed evolution of the workplace. Over the next five to seven years, the workforce is […] Read More
Your Next Office Space: How to Prioritize Amenities to Support Recruiting and Retention
Building amenities can reinforce your company’s culture and help with employee recruitment and retention. But how do you decide which amenities should be priorities in your next space? When your company is looking for new office space, there is […] Read More

Project Management

The Cresa Project Management Team manages the entire commercial real estate process for you – from workplace planning through design, construction, furniture procurement, and relocation planning. We truly have an integrated business model. We collaborate with our real estate advisors through the entire process to make sure your needs are met every step of the way. Additionally, we make sure your project is delivered on time, within budget and to the desired specifications.

We ensure success by taking complete control of the following:

  • Budget — We take charge of the spending for your project, advising you of any issues and pointing out possible savings
  • Schedule — We oversee the construction schedule, informing you of key dates, making sure you have time to plan your move without disruption
  • Plans — We create a rough outline of how your space will be built out, then we select the architect to draw it up formally
  • Permits — We take care of obtaining any permits necessary for the construction of your space
  • Vendor Selection — We oversee the hiring and supervision of designers, contractors, voice/data suppliers, and other suppliers
  • Coordinate Installs — We supervise the installation of carpet, paint, trim, wiring, lighting, system furniture, and other items required in a working office
  • Relocation Management — We can implement your entire move — hiring the mover, packing and unpacking, setting up computers, etc. — so your people can keep working with as few distractions as possible

Client Advocacy

It's the most significant question you can ask the clients of any service organization: "Would you recommend this firm to a peer?" When the Watkins people asked it of over 200 users of corporate real estate services, then measured the responses for 23 service providers - including every major global firm - it wasn't even close: Our Client Advocate Score (CAS) is 83.5%. When commercial real estate executives rated us on our ability to add to their bottom line, we were almost off the chart.