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Southwest Industrial Center

Southwest Industrial Center

Southwest Industrial Center
Developer: Hillwood, A Perot Company
General Contractor: Hillwood Construction Services
Location: 7775 W. Buckeye Rd., Phoenix
Size: +/-684,420 SF (Expandable to 1,251,608 SF)
Brokerage Firm: CBRE
Start/Completion: March to October 2014
Subcontractors: Ace Asphalt, Aero Automatic, Bell Steel, Canyon State Electric, Levake Construction, Markham Contracting, Panelized Roof, Suntec Concrete
Highlights:
Phase I of this development is a 684,420 SF cross-dock distribution facility delivered in October 2014. Phase II will be 567,188 SF, though could be added to Phase I to create a 1,251,608 SF facility. Phase I features 32-foot clear height, 126 dock doors, 52-feet-by-50-feet column spacing, an ESFR fire suppression system, 384 parking stalls, 180 trailer parking stalls, office to suit and concrete truck courts.

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New To Market: Broadway 101 Commerce Center Park – Phase III

DEVELOPER: Property Realty Advisors
General contractor: TBD
Architect: Euthenics Architecture & Interiors
Location: NWC of Broadway and Dobson roads, Mesa, Ariz.
Size: 211,505 SF
Brokerage Firm: Cassidy Turley
Value: WND
Start/Completion: December 2014
SUBCONTRACTORS: Parsons Design Studio, CaliChi Design Group

Highlights:
Commerce Center Park Phase III features two buildings totaling approximately 211,505 SF on the remaining 115,500 acres of vacant land at the Broadway 101 Commerce Park. The buildings have an east/west orientation which places a 148-foot concrete truck court area on the north side of building one and a 120-foot truck court along the south side of building two. Each building will have approximately 20 percent office build out with the remaining space calculated for warehouse and industrial uses.

LuxAir_Entry

New to Market: Lux Air Jet Centers

OWNER: Lux Air Jet Centers
Construction Manager: BSI Construction Services
General contractor: Adolfson & Peterson Construction
Architect: Larson Associates
Location: Phoenix-Goodyear Airport – 1658 Litchfield Road, Goodyear, Ariz.
Size: 67,290 SF
Value: $8.2M
Start/Completion: July 2014 to April 2015

Highlights:
The Lux Air Goodyear location will be a fixed-base operator (FBO) facility for Lux Air Jet Centers at the Phoenix-Goodyear Airport. The new FBO includes three pre-manufactured metal airplane hangers and associated office space.

av air front-S2, WEB

Av-Air breaks ground on 162,500 SF, multi-building project totaling $15M

Arizona-based Av-Air, Inc. has hired Sun State Builders to construct its new two-building, 162,500+ SF headquarters for a total project cost of nearly $15M.

The 6.17-acre parcel at 6877 W. Frye Rd., Chandler, Ariz., fronts the Loop 202 Freeway in Santan Technology Park. Av-Air purchased the property and broke ground soon after.

Andy Ogan, Principal with Lee & Associates Arizona negotiated the transaction for the land and build-to-suit project. Architectural services were provided by Wes Balmer with Balmer Architectural Group. Tom Altieri of MidFirst Bank provided the financing with an SBA 504 loan. According to Altieri, it was one of the largest SBA loans done in Phoenix-area history.

The new buildings will consist of a 92,500 SF building with 20,000 SF of office space and a 70,000 SF building storage/distribution building. Both buildings will feature metal deck, steel trusses, 30’ clear height, grade level and truck well loading doors. The project is estimated to be completed in the fall of 2014.

Av-Air, a provider of aftermarket aviation parts and services, will vacate 67,000 SF it currently owns & occupies in its Chandler headquarters at 33 South 56th Street and 1510 West Bell De Mar Drive in Tempe and consolidate operations in the new facility. Av-Air will be offering the 67,000 SF in both facilities for lease, Ogan will be the listing broker for both properties.

Quail Run, WEB

New to Market: Quail Run Building Material

When Douglas Stroh, principal of Stroh Architecture, was awarded the job to design a new manufacturing facility for Quail Run Building Materials in the Ak-Chin Indian Community’s Santa Cruz Commerce Center, he knew he had unique opportunity. Quail Run, which has outgrown its current Phoenix location and is now owned by Ak-Chin, manufactures cold-formed steel building products utilizing only mill-certified prime steel. Stroh knew he could integrate these components into the design of the new plant.

Set to break ground in the spring 2014, the new 50,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility will incorporate custom-designed rusted horizontal “zigzag” steel wall panels, powder coated steel plate wall panels, woven steel perimeter fencing, and metal studs all manufactured by Quail Run. Additionally, the exterior envelope features insulated metal wall panels and an MR-24 roof system. The south facing roof of the production area is designed to support a photovoltaic power plant in the near future. The integrated sustainable design, created by Stroh, utilizes pre-engineered metal building technology designed by Bunger Steel of Phoenix, Arizona.

West-MEC

New to Market: January, February 2014

1  |  Western Maricopa Education Center (West-MEC)
Developer: Western Maricopa Education Center
General contractor: McCarthy Building Companies
Architect: DLR Group
Location: 1617 W. Williams Dr., Phoenix
Size: 84,000 SF remodeled, 40,000 SF constructed
Value: $18M
Start/Completion: October 2013 to July 2014
The West-MEC Northeast Campus is one of four planned projects for the career and technical public school district funded by a $74.9M voter-approved bond. The Northeast Campus will host programs for veterinary assisting, medical assisting, HVAC-R and auto collision industries. The district will also provide programs such as construction technology, electrical, plumbing, and pharmacy assisting at the Northeast Campus.
Construction began in October and will be complete in July 2014. This includes remodeling two existing 71,000 SF and 13,000 SF buildings as well as adding two new buildings, totaling 23,000 SF and 17,000 SF.
The larger existing building has two stories and will be transformed into classrooms, teacher spaces and technical labs. The smaller building will be remodeled into an auto repair training facility with vehicle lifts, classrooms and working labs. The new 23,000 SF building will house a veterinarian program with lab space, animal holding rooms, surgery and waiting rooms. The new 17,000 SF building will house training programs for auto repair with a paint booth, classrooms, technical labs and workspace.
The campus will be incorporating energy-efficient components to reduce operating costs. An upgrade to a more effective lighting system will increase the light output while decreasing the wattage and energy consumption. The district will be receiving a rebate from APS for its energy-saving efforts.

2  |  Estrella Mountain Community College Performing Arts Center

EMCC Performing Arts Center

EMCC Performing Arts Center

Developer: Maricopa County Community College District
General contractor: Adolfson & Peterson Construction
Architect: Orcutt Winslow
Location: 3000 N. Dysart Rd., Avondale
Size: 30,000 SF
Value: $9.7M
Start/Completion: December 2013 to November 2014
The new performing arts center is a 30,000 SF free standing fine arts space at the heart of the Estrella Mountain Community College campus. The new building will serve as a bookend to the student mall at the center of the campus master plan. In addition to the 300-seat performance area with professional style crossover orchestra pit and pit lift platform, the state-of-the-art building features a comprehensive performing arts support space including a black box performance studio complete with pipe grid and theatrical accessories such as digital projection; a dance studio with Marley dance surfacing; a costume design and fabrication lab; a tech lab for digital audio, video and digital scene production; performer support areas and dressing rooms; backstage support space and a scene shop for complete theatrical production, scenery construction and stagecraft.

3  |  Great Hearts Academy – Cicero Campus

Great Hearts

Great Hearts

Developer: De Rito Partners Development
General Contractor: Chasse Building Team
Architect: Gensler
Location: NWC Loop 101 & Indian Bend Road, Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community
Size: 85,000 SF
Brokerage Firm: Keyser/Mulhern Development Team
Value: $10M
Start/Completion: December 2013 to July 2014
This K-12 charter school will cater to 1,200 children in an area that was once occupied by a Chuck E. Cheese at the Pavilions Shopping Center. Phase I will accommodate students in grade K-7 and Phase II to 12th grade. The non-profit tuition-free charter school will open in August 2014 for fall semester.

4  | ASU Law School

Arizona Center for Law and Society. Photo courtesy / ©ATCHAIN for Ennead architects

Arizona Center for Law and Society. Photo courtesy / ©ATCHAIN for Ennead architects

Developer: Arizona State University
General Contractor: DPR Construction

Architect: Ennead Architects and Jones Studio
Location: Taylor and First streets, Phoenix
Size: 260,000 SF
Value: $129M
Start/Completion: TBD to 2016
The Arizona Center for Law and Society is dedicated to educate students and citizens on the importance of the law in shaping civil society. The six-story, 260,000 SF complex will have its main entry at the corner of Taylor and First streets. State-of-the-art facilities include academic classrooms, a law library, legal clinics, a Great Hall for public events, and a nonprofit “teaching” law firm dedicated to helping to bridge the gap students face in the transition from law school to law practice.

5  |  NextFort Chandler Data Centers

NextFort Phoenix Data Center

NextFort Phoenix Data Center

Developer: NextFort Ventures
General contractor: SunState Builders
Architect: Butler Design Group
Location: 2600 W. Germann Rd., Chandler
Size: 130,000 SF
Brokerage Firm: CBRE
Value: $30M
Start/Completion: Q3’2012 to Q4’2013
The NextFort Chandler Data Center is a tier-3 facility with innovative designs in power distribution, cooling and facilities architecture to achieve up to 40 percent better energy efficiency than traditional data centers. Unlike conventional data centers that deploy cages on a raised floor area to secure each customer, NextFort provides a concrete and steel dedicated data center suite (NextFort HCSSM) to provide security and isolation to each customer. Tenants have the capability to control the following in the data center suite through a secure portal: temperature, humidity, outside air control, physical access, security cameras and power usage.

El Mirage Police Department

New to Market: September/October 2013

Public

Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Wester Terminal Expansion

Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Wester Terminal Expansion

1. Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport West Terminal Expansion

Developer: Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Authority

General Contractor: D.L. Withers Construction

Architect: DWL Architects + Planeers

Location: Mesa

Size: 6,000 SF

The $4.8M project included the design and construction of two additional gates and an outdoor courtyard space north of the existing terminal building. Additionally, there will be space for a future Federal Inspection Station facility. Expected completion is 4Q 2013.

 

2. El Mirage Police Facility

Developer: City of El Mirage

General Contractor: D.L. Withers Construction

Architect: Arrington Watkins

Location: Gateway Park, El Mirage

Size: 22,000 SF

The $5.1M new police station will be the first building in a civic area with will eventually include other structures. The site is south of the city’s award-winning Gateway Park. The are is planned to be a civic and retail area. Expected completion is 4Q 2013.

 

3. DC Ranch Tennis Center

Developer: DC Ranch Village Health Clubs and Spa

General Contractor: A.R. Mays Construction

Architect: Esencia

Location: 9800 E. Horseshoe Canyon Dr., Scottsdale

Size: 2,500 SF, 5.4 acres

The $2.5M DC Ranch Tennis Center will have 10 outdoor lighted tennis courts and a 2,500 SF clubhouse with men’s and women’s locker facilities, a lounge, childcare area and patio. Expected completion is 3Q 2013

 

4. District 5 Multi-Purpose Building

Developer: Gila River Indian Community

General Contractor: W.E. O’Neil Construction

Architect: DLR Group, Tucson

Location: Casa Blanca

Size: 31,000 SF

The $7M multi-purpose building will serve he Gila River Indian Community and will include a full gymnasium, classrooms, craft rooms, administrative areas and full kitchen. There also will be outdoor landscaped play areas and a splash pad. Subcontractors include Ellison Mills, G&G Masonry, AME Electric, JD Sun Mechanical, IMCOR, Mirror Works, California Pools and ELS. Expected completion is 4Q 2013.

 

Retail

Top Golf

Top Golf

5. TopGolf at Riverwalk

Developer: TopGolf International

General Contractor: ARCO/Murray National Construction Company

Architect: HKS Architects

Location: 101 and Indian Bend, Scottsdale

Size: 59,850 SF

The $15M golf entertainment facility will feature 102 climate-controlled hitting bays that can host up to six players at a time; 2,900 SF of private event space, a rooftop terrace and full-service restaurant and bar. Subcontractors include Levake Construction, Indicomm, Native Plumbing, Red Mountain Engineering, Ace Fabricators, Brothers Masonry, Torrent, Arizona Glass and Schindler. Expected completion is 2Q 2014.

 

Sumomaya

Sumomaya

6. Sumomaya

Developer: German Osio

General Contractor: TBD

Architect: PHX Architecture (Phoenix Butler Design designed the shell building for Marketplace at Lincoln and Scottsdale roads).

Location: 6560 N. Scottsdale Rd.

Size: Interior, 4202 SF; Patio, 1,210 SF

Sumomaya will be a restaraunt that fuses East and West influences of Asian and Mexican with a modern design. With concrete and CMY as dominant materials on the exterior, the interior will feature a softer palette of materials, including wood and greenery. Subcontractors include NP Mechanical, NP Engineering, Redmond Foodservice Planning, Light Control, PK Associates and McKay Conant Hoover. Expected completion is 4Q 2013.

 

Mixed Use

Rivulon

Rivulon

7. Rivulon

Developer: Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company

General Contractor: TBD

Architect: TBD

Location: Intersection of Gilbert Rd. and Loop 202, Gilbert

Size: Finished project — 3 MSF of Class A office; 500,000 SF restaurant and retail use

Phase one of this mixed use project, with site work underway, will include a 4-story, 120,000 SF office building and a 45,000 SF L.A. Fitness. At buildout, the 250-acre site will offer office space, a wide selection of dining options, a strong retail element, a hotel and upscale multi-family residential.

 

Aspen Place at the Sawmill

Aspen Place at the Sawmill

8. Aspen Place at the Sawmill

Developer: RED Development

General Contractor: TBD

Architect: TBD

Location: Butler Ave. and Lone Tree Rd., Flagstaff

RED Development’s Flagstaff mixed-use project will add an REI store and launch phase two with 30,000 additional SF of retail space and 222 luxury apartments. REI, an outdoor gear and clothing store, will utilize 23,550 SF in a separate building at Aspen Place. The apartments, The Village at Aspen Place, will be developed by ePartment Communities of Kansas City, Mo. RED Development also is bringing a 6,000 SF Alliance Bank to the property in 3Q 2014. Aspen Place at the Sawmill currently features 68,000 SF of retail and restaurants and ultimately will include a total of 135,000 SF when all phases are fully built.

Retail: The Yard

New To Market: January/February 2013 AZRE magazine

 

New to Market for January/February 2013 AZRE magazine:

Multi-Family

>> San Capella

Developer: Mark-Taylor

General Contractor: Mark-Taylor

Architect: Mark-Taylor

Location: Hardy Dr. and Elliot Rd., Tempe

Size: 384 units

The $50M community is an example of “The Next Generation of Mark-Taylor,” a phrase the company uses to describe the evolution of apartment communities over the past two decades. Features include kitchen islands, custom wood cabinets, clean steel appliances, distressed wood plank flooring, oiled-bronze fixtures, pendant lighting and direct-access garages. San Capella will offer a 24/7 fitness facility that includes virtual personal trainers and a yoga room, a cyber café with MAC and PC options, a social lounge and an outdoor cabana that includes a poolside kitchen. Expected completion is 3Q 2013.

 

>> Encore on First Avenue

Developer: Urban Development Partners | PacifiCap Group

General Contractor: Okland Construction

Architect: SERA (Portland, Ore.)

Location: 25 W. First Ave., Mesa

Size: 93,000 SF

The $17M, 81-unit project will serve as housing for independent seniors. It is conveniently located along the light rail in Mesa. Expected completion is 4Q 2013.

Public

Barry and Peggy Goldwater Library and Archives

Developer: BPGLA board of directors

General Contractor: TBD

Architect: Douglas Sydnor Architect and Associates

Location: SEC of Macdonald and First Ave., Mesa

Size: 40,000 SF

The $30M, 3-story project will house a collection of manuscripts, photographs and rare books belonging to the former Senator. The building, which will pursue LEED certification, will include a changing gallery, permanent exhibition, reading room, lecture hall, cafe and archival storage. Expected completion is in 2016.

>> Morenci Community Center & Day Care Facility

Developer: Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold

General Contractor: Haydon Building Corp.

Architect: Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture

Location: Manzanita Rd. and Burro Alley, Morenci

Size: 55,200 SF (community center); 6,700 SF (day care center)

The $15M multi-faceted project will include indoor/outdoor aquatics, a climbing wall, jogging track, 2-court gym, 2 racquetball courts, 2 fitness areas, indoor playground, child watch space, and a cafe. The detached facility will include day car rooms, office space, storage space and a kitchen. Expected completion is 1Q 2014.

Healthcare

>> Tucson Medical Center West Campus Expansion

Developer: Tucson Medical Center

General Contractor: J.E. Dunn Construction

Architect: Hobbs + Black Associates and DLR Group

Location: 5301 E. Grand Rd., Tucson

Size: 200,000 SF

The $74M medical facility consists of a main surgery department with 24 operating rooms, 40 patient rooms, 58 PACU rooms and 45 prep/recovery rooms. It also includes the Orthopedic Institute consisting of 6 radiology rooms, 74 exam rooms and 38 physician offices and a 633-stall precast parking garage. Subcontractors include Schuff Steel, Suntec, Borderland Construction, T-PAC, Sun Mechanical, Wilson Electric, MKB Construction and Kone Elevators. Expected completion is 2Q 2013.

Retail

>> The Yard

Developer: WDP Partners

General Contractor: UEB Builders

Architect: RSP Architects

Location: 5632 N. 7th St., Phoenix

Size: 12,696 SF

The Yard is a perfect example of urban infill. It was born out of creative visioning by Todd Chester (WDP), Sam Fox (Fox Restaurant Concepts) and Mike Rumpeltin (RSP) and the adaptive re-use of an existing 1950’s motorcycle dealership and repair shop. Tenants include a “fish house,” a new concept for Fox Restaurants in addition to a 4,000 SF Culinary Dropout restaurant. Subcontractors include OMB, W West and PK Associates. Expected completion is 1Q 2013.

Education

>> Phoenix Collegiate Academy

Developer: Phoenix Collegiate Academy

General Contractor: hardison/downey construction

Architect: Brenden Architect

Location: 12th St. and Broadway, Phoenix

Size: 20,000 SF

The $2.1M project is a single-story high school classroom building for PCA, a public charter school for grades 5-12. The new facility will include classrooms, science labs, a library, a computer lab and administration space. Subcontractors include PH Structural, Sequoia Trail Engineers, Adobe Drywall, Apache Pipelines, Arctic Air, Barrett-Homes Contractors, Modern Paving, Pinnacle Plumbing, Pro Steel Erectors, Fine Line, RCI Systems, ReSource Arizona, Sierra Masonry, Sun Valley Masonry, Wilson Electric and Western Innovations. Expected completion is 3Q 2013.