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Farmington — Pluralsight has leased an entire second floor at the new Station Park project in Farmington. With nearly 30,000 square feet, Pluralsight plans to move into the space during the first quarter of 2014.
“This is the first really big tech-related company to set up shop in this area,” said Chris Falk, vice president of Newmark Grubb Acres, which helped Pluralsight find and rent the space. “It will bring professional jobs to Davis County, and will help retain some of the dev and tech talent in Northern Utah.”
Brett Barlow, Pluralsight CMO, Pluralsight was attracted to Davis County because of its accessibility to the Salt Lake International Airport transit-oriented location.
Pluralsight, currently located in Layton, employs nearly 45 people, but the space at Station Park will allow them to hire up to 250 employees.