Vista Station in Draper, Utah

Vista Station is a 175-acre property located in Draper, Utah on the UTA Frontrunner Station with convenient access to the north and south Salt Lake Valley via I-15 and Bangerter Highway. Current tenants include Storagecraft, 1-800 Contacts, Progressive Leasing,, Thumbtack, TruHearing, Yardi Systems, Tesla, EMC/Dell, Alliance Data Systems, eBay, and Academy Mortgage. The property features a total of 1,100 multi-family housing units, and 1.7 million square feet of office.

Real Estate Project Details

Vista Station Boulevard
Draper, UT

175 Acres

Real Estate Project Managers

Nate Boyer Government, School and Office Land Developer | The Boyer Company

Nate Boyer


Vista Station 

In 2009, Boyer received a contract to develop 147 acres of farmland in the city of Draper, Utah. The site overlooked more than 500 acres of nature preserve, providing unprecedented views of all seven major mountain peaks of the Wasatch range for future tenants. As part of the development, the Boyer team collaborated with Gardner to create a master plan that capitalized on the site’s unique position to the future UTA Frontrunner station, between I-15 and Bangerter Highway.

This transit-oriented development placed this element at the forefront of the design, providing future employees, residence patrons, users, and operators convenient access to transit and its connecting locations along the Salt Lake and Utah County. Ultimately the development included approximately 1.7 million square feet of office and approximately 1,100 housing units.

To this day, Vista Station continues to attract the state’s best businesses. Competing with nearby Silicon Slopes, the development offers unmatched opportunities for companies around the state. For instance, StorageCraft, a current tenant of Vista Station, operates in a 125,000-square-foot, five-story building built as part of the development. Progressive Leasing also operates out of the largest building of the infrastructure that is a six-story 150,000-square-foot tower.

These tenants and all others of Vista Station easily commute using the UTA Frontrunner station, which connects to Provo, Salt Lake City, and the International Airport, with plans of expanding in the future. 


Office Real Estate Development In Draper

Vista Station is a 175-acre property located in Draper, Utah, on the UTA Frontrunner Station with convenient access to the north and south Salt Lake Valley via I-15 and Bangerter Highway. Current tenants include:

  • Storagecraft
  • 1-800 Contacts
  • Progressive Leasing
  • Thumbtack
  • TruHearing
  • Yardi Systems
  • Tesla
  • EMC/Dell
  • Alliance Data Systems
  • eBay
  • Academy Mortgage


Office Real Estate Development Project Managers

Our project managers provided thorough oversight, support, and quality control throughout the Vista Station development project during the design, construction, and pre-and post-occupancy phases. These partners helped coordinate project timelines to ensure that all teams met delivery expectations.

Our clients also received knowledgeable insights throughout our partnership as project managers expertly walked them through the development process, from project inception to completion. Thanks to our team’s experience in Utah’s office and new development markets, we understood how to maximize Vista Station’s potential.

Working hand-in-hand with our clients, we determined which solutions would get them the most profit. Now, thanks to this collaboration between client and developer, Vista Station is highly regarded throughout the community, bringing jobs to a central area that is well-connected to the transportation hubs of I-15 and FrontRunner.


Nate Boyer, Real Estate Development Project Manager

Nate Boyer’s project managing experience includes leasing, development, and build-to-suit leaseback work. As President of The Boyer Company, he has managed and developed over 2.5 million square feet of office and related commercial space in various markets in and out of Utah. As a result of his experience, Nate has a deep understanding of the development cycle from site selection, entitlement, design, construction, and occupancy.


Jake Boyer, Real Estate Development Project Manager

Jake Boyer has developed and has overseen numerous medical, industrial, governmental, office real estate development, and retail properties together with large residential projects for The Boyer Company. He was the project manager for the 2.1 million square foot Gateway development in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah. Jake is also a member of NAIOP and received the NAIOP Developer of the Year award in 2014.