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History and Geography

First settled by Mormon pioneers in 1849, Draper is now the envy of the Salt Lake Valley. The city uniquely sits in two major metropolitan areas. Located in the southern end of Salt Lake County, Draper is included in both the Salt Lake City and Provo-Orem metropolitan areas. The city has a population of 42,274 and houses local iconic geographic locations such Corner Canyon with its magnificent views and the beautiful scenery along the Jordan River. Draper is sky-high, located at 4,505 feet above sea-level.

The new Onset Financial Campus is within walking distance of two major shopping districts, the Loveland Living Planet Aquarium, and the beautiful Galena Hills Park. It's also just a short drive away from Riverbend Golf Course and is minutes away from the upscale and coveted Daybreak community and all of its amenities.

21 Miles

To the Salt Lake International Airport

18 Miles

To the heart of Salt Lake City, home of the Utah Jazz

20 Miles

To the greatest snow on Earth at the ski resorts up Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons

1.3 Miles

To the nearest Frontrunner Train Station, Draper Station

40 Miles

To Park City, home of the Sundance Film Festival