CBC Advisors Teams with Millennial Development Partners and Geomancer

Partnership Initiates Sales and Leasing at Northgate District

Salt Lake City (February 12, 2018) Coldwell Banker Commercial Advisors (CBC Advisors) today announced that it has been selected by Millennial Development Partners (MDP) as the exclusive commercial sales and leasing agent for Northgate District.

Northgate is a millennial city – a place where the American Dream is restored and well-paying jobs coexist with excellent, affordable housing. Northgate features a live, work, and play environment, delivering Idaho’s first truly walkable and bikeable community experience. The development will be designed and built to LEED green neighborhood standards with full smart automation for every unit.

“Northgate District sets the tone for innovation in development,” said Brandon Fugal, chairman of CBC Advisors and listing agent for Northgate District. “This project demonstrates the expanding influence of the Silicon Slopes. Located in the heart of Northern Utah/Southern Idaho, Northgate offers a world-class opportunity for tech companies looking to grow operations within an exceptional business-friendly environment.”

CBC Advisors is the #1 commercial real estate brokerage in the Silicon Slopes region, operating as the only full-service brokerage in Utah County. The firm advises clients on best practices for office, multifamily, retail and industrial projects nationwide.

MDP has also partnered with Geomancer, a next-generation real estate investment startup backed by some of the most powerful names in the tech industry. Geomancer blends top-tier real estate practice and funding with advanced real estate intelligence.

“Northgate will be America’s first Smart-City that is architected from scratch.  Its tech-agnostic backbone is designed to support every kind of community-scale automation,” said MDP founder Buck Swaney. “Even more importantly, at Northgate walkability is our organizing principle rather than an afterthought. We design and build to the human scale.”