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There’s nothing wrong with the guys at Goldman Sachs, or Utah! | Location Insight

Utah looks like  it could become mine and Lloyd Blankfein led Goldman Sachs new favourite with 21% rise is state and local taxes in New York a good reason to move. Of course, Goldman Sachs is pretty happy with the experience at 200 West HQs too.

So the new  city in the office portfolio of Goldman Sachs , Salt Lake City Utah, will be able to absorb a lot of the new family oriented recruits at one of the World’s best employers without the attendant overheads of being in new York’s hustle and bustle, not to mention the habit of daily rundowns with the SAGs.

Salt Lake Assembly Hall, Salt Lake City, Utah

Salt Lake Assembly Hall, Salt Lake City, Utah (Photo credit: Ken Lund)

Of course one wonders if much  will be spirited out of the Utah Flats experience if Romney does not make the grade as the city has  a lot of Mormon travellers but the idea of making home in the inexpensive suburbs with a wholesome living experience is not new to the fatigued urban US locales and I can vouch for a couple of quiet countries there, including the intricate web of airport hubs around Utah, in Phoenix, Reno, Boise or Spokane up North by North West

 

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