Just two weeks after unveiling its plans to develop a major new business park in Goodyear, Ariz., Lincoln Property Company (LPC) has announced another new business park project, 10 Lincoln.
10 Lincoln will total more than 1 MSF on 72 acres. The development consists of five buildings ranging in size from 80 KSF to 500 KSF, with anticipated uses of distribution, e-commerce, manufacturing assembly and retail.
Together with LPC’s just-announced Goodyear AirPark, the firm now offers approximately 340 acres of active West Valley industrial opportunities, with the potential to bring more than 5,000 new jobs to the Phoenix market.
“Phoenix’s West Valley submarkets are becoming increasingly well known as convenient, cost effective sites for some of the nation’s largest distribution and e-commerce firms,” said Lincoln Property Company’s Executive Vice President, David Krumwiede. “We expect this demand to only continue, and will approach these new business parks accordingly. Ultimately, we see both as multi-year projects—ones that will allow us to offer local and national clients with the best shovel-ready land in the Southwest.”
10 Lincoln is located at 83rd Avenue in Phoenix, directly fronted by Interstate 10 to the north and bordered by Van Buren Street to the south. The project is Foreign Trade Zone capable, offering the potential for a 75 percent reduction in real and personal (equipment) property tax. Immediate corporate neighbors include Amazon, PetSmart, Cardinal Health, Target, Bose, Home Depot, Costco, Living Spaces and Sysco. Butler Design group has provided the project site plans. The site sits at a full diamond interchange.
“This is one of the West Valley’s last close-in, still undeveloped industrial parcels,” said Jones Lang LaSalle Managing Director Marc Hertzberg, who along with Jones Lang LaSalle Managing Director Anthony J. Lydon serve as the exclusive marketing coordinators for the project. “It is surrounded by established commercial and residential development, giving incoming companies a built-in employment and amenities base, and allowing 10 Lincoln to immediately begin serving and employing those who live and work nearby.”
The announcement of 10 Lincoln falls just two weeks after plans were unveiled for Goodyear AirPark, a 267-acre business park located just south of the southwest corner of Litchfield Road and the newly widened Highway 85, and directly south of the Goodyear Airport. LPC is the exclusive developer for the project, which is a joint venture with Carefree Partners Investments.