Neumont University, a computer science educataion charter school had it's ribbon cutting this past Friday morning. The popular "Geek Heaven" has relocated from South Jordan Utah to downtown Salt Lake City’s historic Ezra Thompson Building at 147 S. Main, formerly the Salt Lake Tribune's location. The Neumont school contains 16 high-tech classrooms, spacious student common areas, and cutting-edge innovation labs, as well as six floors of oncampus student housing. While most of the interior has been stripped down to a very economical stark interior of white, black and yellow they did leave a few architectural details.
This is exactly what downtown needs. Young, smart, critical thinkiers living and learning in the heart of the city. Fantastic!