Timothy Sleeper


1338 S Foothill Drive, #123 Salt Lake City, Utah 84108 USA
+1 (801) 871-5644

Salt Lake City, Utah

Commercial Real Estate

Logical Move

Timothy Sleeper is the Principal Broker of Logical Move, which is a commercial real estate brokerage specializing in the representation of corporate Buyers and Tenants of office, retail and industrial property. Throughout his 15 years of experience in commercial real estate, Timothy has forged a reputation of honesty and transactional creativity, all while defending his clients’ priorities.

Timothy founded Logical Move in 2010 after recognizing the huge void in buyer and tenant agency that exists in the commercial real estate industry.  He previously spent 10 years working as a Landlord and Seller’s agent, which constantly placed him in dual agency scenarios.  He came to fully understand the conflict of interest that exists when one agent is the only filter of information between a Buyer and Seller or a Landlord and Tenant.

Logical Move does not advertise, market or list any commercial properties, which means they are free to provide unbiased information and comprehensive market analysis to their clientele.  If you’ve ever contacted an agent named on a real estate sign or online property advertisment for advice, then you’ve engaged the person defending the interests of the other side of your upcoming negotiation.  Considering the fact that site-related costs are going to be one of the largest expenses that your company incurs, wouldn’t you want somebody pulling for your best interests?   You get everything you negotiate, not everything you want! Timothy always puts his clients’ needs first and helping business owners and investors avoid the pitfalls of dual agency is his passion.

Although most representation and consultation occurs within the 8 months prior to a commercial property acquisition, being solely committed to occupiers allows the services provided by Logical Move to be client-oriented instead of transactional-based.  Timothy understands that the greatest value he can provide for his clients is to reinforce consistent commitment long after or before a deal is signed.  He has advised the successful lease or purchase of over $300,000,000 in property across the country during his career.  Although Timothy has fought for the interests of national and multinational firms like Credit Suisse, FLSmidth, OnBase, Suncrest Solar, and USA Truck, he also endeavors to protect local investors and entrepreneurial companies looking to get up and running.

Timothy Sleeper is an alumnus of the University of Utah, where he earned his Bachelor of Science in Chemistry.  He is a husband, father and outdoor enthusiast and his family resides in Salt Lake City, Utah.


Tenant Representation

Leasing & Renewals

• State & Local Incentives

• Build-to-suits & Development

Sale Lease-backs

• Commercial Condos

• 1031 Exchanges

• SBA Financing Expertise

• Purchase & Owner/Users

Lease Audit & Advisory

• Site Selection

FASB & Accounting Consulting

• Expert Witness

• Broker Opinions of Value

• Strategic Consulting

• Project Management

Lease Administration

Practice Areas

• Law firms

• Non-profits

• Schools

• Government & Institutions

• Data-center & Colocation centers

• Biotech & Life-sciences Laboratories

• Medical & Dental

• Office

• Industrial

• Oil & Gas

• Yard space & parking lots

• Flex & R&D Showrooms

• Distribution centers

• Warehouse & Storage

• Light manufacturing & Shop

• Retail

Following are a few interesting facts about Salt Lake City and its commercial real estate market…

  • Salt Lake City is the capital, and with a population of 186,000, is the most populous city of the U.S. state of Utah. The city lies in the core of the Wasatch Front, which has an estimated population of 2,051,330.
  • #1 Pro-Business State for 3rd time in a row by Pollina and AEDI, 2014.
  • Utah moves up to #3 in CNBC's Top States for Business, 2014.
  • Thumbtack.com and Kauffman Foundation study ranks Utah as Friendliest State for Small Business, 2014.
  • Utah in Top 5 for Best Places to Make a Living, 2014 - Money Rates.
  • Two Utah metros in the Top 10 for economic recovery since recession, 2014 – Brookings.
  • Forbes Ranks Utah Second Among Top Ten States That Will Boom Over the Next Five Years, 2014.
  • Utah #1 for 2014 Economic Outlook Rankings by ALEC, 2014.
  • Thumbtack.com and Kauffman Foundation study rank Utah as Friendliest State for Small Business, 2014.
  • St. George, Utah is Forbes #1 City for Job-Seeking College Grads, 2013 –Forbes.