By Moroni Channel Newsroom
Salt Lake City Utah, USA
Standing at the corner of Main Street and 100 South is a new church owned skyscraper towering 387 feet off the ground.

111 Main rises 24 stories, with a lobby clad in 35-foot-high windows and a massive video wall flashing images of Utah’s renowned landscapes.

“Isn’t this an incredible space?” glowed Mark Gibbons, president of LDS Church-owned City Creek Reserve Inc.

The energy-efficient tower adds 439,611 square feet of high-end offices to the central business district, adjacent to the City Creek Center shopping mall and the Gallivan Center plaza.

The rectangular tower is crowned with a 32-foot-high translucent glass cap equipped with 132 multicolored LED lighting projectors, capable of colorful nightly displays on the city’s skyline.

“It is clear Salt Lake City has a new icon,” said Mayor Jackie Biskupski, “and this is just the beginning.”​

Read more in The Salt Lake Tribune.

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