By Brice Wallace

Silicon Slopes — considered by many to straddle the Utah County/Salt Lake County line — is considered Utah’s technology hub. But a real estate economist recently told a crowd in Salt Lake City that the city has plenty of attributes needed to attract tech companies looking to move or expand.

A study by real estate firm CBRE reveals that Salt Lake City characteristics alluring to those companies include a growing, young and educated population; low labor costs; and affordability and strong quality-of-life options for potential workers.

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