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Our Story

From 1909 to today

In 1909, the Commercial Club building opened for the first time and in no time, quickly became a symbol of economic growth and luxury. For almost 30 years, the building became the premier location for the Chamber of Commerce and the Commercial Club, a prestigious business club for gentlemen. At its pinnacle,  the Commercial Club building was host to a wide range of social events. However, in 1930, The Depression caused the Chamber of Commerce to close. 

Today, the Commercial Club building is on registry for the Exchange Place National Historic District. It is also the home of the newly redesigned and revamped Commercial Club SLC. The 2nd floor ballroom retains the turn of the century details that made the building an awesome landmark in Salt Lake City. In addition, the grand entry, intricate staircase, and marvelous scenic views make it a one-of-a-kind, pleasing thrill for the sight  and senses.

With timeless, vaulted ceilings, grand pillars, and lavish, glittering chandeliers, Commercial Club SLC invites you to step into a timeless space of wonder. To complement it further with aesthetic flourishes such as soft velvet chairs, voluptuous succulents, our unique and gorgeous Fiddle Leaf Fig, and other ravishing details, we blend accents of the contemporary style, seamlessly crafted for an unforgettable venue.

This 2,700 sq. ft. ballroom is now perfectly equip to host any event. We are wholeheartedly enthusiastic to welcome you into this remarkable space that charmingly entices you to create your own unforgettable memories.

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