Bruce Bingham is a founding partner of Hamilton Partners, Inc., who heads the Salt Lake City office and is a managing partner that directs all aspects of development including: office, industrial, retail and multi-family, marketing, leasing, acquisition and all management activities in Utah.
During the past 36-years, Bruce has been responsible for the development of approximately 5.5 million square feet of office and industrial properties with a value of approximately $350 million dollars. Bruce has had extensive experience in land planning, zoning, entitlement and the development of vacant land and the subsequent use of the property for commercial development.
Prior to joining Hamilton Partners, Bruce was a partner with the Trammell Crow Company. While at the Trammell Crow Company in Chicago, he was responsible for the development, leasing and management of suburban industrial properties.
Since moving to Salt Lake City, Utah to open an office of Hamilton Partners, Bruce has been involved in the construction of the first Gold LEED certified office tower at 222 South Main Street, located in the heart of the Central Business District. Hamilton Partners also purchased several downtown landmarks including the Broadway Centre at 300 South State Street, the Lollin & Karrick Buildings on Main Street, and the Newhouse and Boston Buildings on Exchange Place. In addition, Mr. Bingham oversaw the completion of the $10 million renovation to the Boston Building, a 100 year old tower that is considered one of Salt Lake City’s first skyscrapers.