Salt Lake City—Coldwell Banker Commercial Advisors (CBC Advisors) today announced that Cameron Simonsen, executive vice president of retail and investment, and Brittany Ferris, retail specialist, brokered a lease placing Last Course on Regent Street. Simonsen and Ferris represented the landlord, City Creek Reserve, Inc., in the transaction.
“We’re excited to have Last Course be the first tenant to open in this dynamic new development,” said Simonsen. “We look forward to announcing many additional stores opening in the upcoming months.”
Last Course is a local ice cream and dessert studio concept. The restaurant is one of many set to open on Regent Street in the coming months. Regent Street is situated in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City and adjacent to the Eccles Theater, 111 Main, Gallivan Center and City Creek. The location is also positioned within walking distance of Vivint Smart Home Arena, The Salt Palace and Temple Square.
When Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Swedish and other immigrants first came to the Salt Lake City area, they found Regent Street and a place to eventually call home. The area became a central location for commerce and culture embedded in a growing urban environment.
Today Regent Street has the highest pedestrian traffic of any Salt Lake City midblock street – 265 people per hour. Regent Street has repositioned itself at downtown’s intersection of discovery, connection, culture and convenience to bring back the buzz of its historic roots.