Silicon Slopes—Pluralsight, the enterprise technology learning company, Thursday announced the location of its new worldwide headquarters in the heart of Utah’s thriving Silicon Slopes. The 350,000-square-foot office and amenities will be located on more than 30 acres of undeveloped land at 65 Highland Drive in Draper, Utah. The company plans to break ground this summer.
“Our new worldwide headquarters will provide us with the space we need to bring our entire Utah workforce together in one collaborative environment,” said Aaron Skonnard, co-founder and CEO of Pluralsight. “We are excited to create a campus from the ground up that Utahns are proud of and our customers and partners around the world love to visit.”
The new Draper location offers unparalleled views of Salt Lake Valley, immediate access to I-15, a future TRAX stop, and a campus-like setting that has the capacity to grow.
NGA Executive Vice President Chris Falk represents Pluralsight. Pluralsight will lease the land from The Gardner Company/Stalker Company, which owns the property and will develop Pluralsight’s new state-of-the-art campus.
“Pluralsight’s culture, as evidenced by their rapid growth both nationally and internationally, is unmatched and will be ingrained into this vast campus development,” said Falk. “They are literally blazing new trails in the SaaS world and everyone is eager to see where they lead. I’m excited that both the state and local municipalities recognized who Pluralsight is both in the professional and humanitarian realms and responded to retain them. I think it speaks volumes for Utah.”
“We applaud Pluralsight for its leading role in Silicon Slopes and the greater Utah technology community,” said Christian Gardner, President of the The Gardner Company. “We’re thrilled to be a part of the planning and execution of Pluralsight’s new home and one of Utah’s most iconic developments to date.”
This move will create approximately 2,400 jobs over the next 10 years.
Once completed in late 2019, Pluralsight will consolidate existing operations from Farmington and South Jordan to their new campus in Draper.