The Impact & Prosperity Epicenter houses a diverse population, and requires different types of living and program spaces to serve the needs of data analysts, finance specialists, and policy framers. In addition to providing over 600 student beds for undergraduates, the building houses the Sorenson Impact Center and the Business Health and Prosperity Center which provide experiential learning to students in residence. A multipurpose forum and dining facility at the ground level provide the locus of student/ faculty interaction, and active collaboration areas and quiet concentration cubicles are provided on each residential floor. Food service in the building will include a varied international menu for regular dining hours as well as a grab-and-go option for off-hours. The facility will foster a growing network of social impact practitioners, acting as a nerve center to equip them with the knowledge, experience, and vision to change the world.
In association with MHTN Architects

Size  235,000 SF
Location Salt Lake City, Utah
Year 2024
Client University of Utah