Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Archives

Shea Homes breaks ground on new community in Mesa

Shea Homes

Shea Homes Arizona broke ground on model homes in Mesa in late September, with the community opening to the public in early 2016. Ambition at Eastmark will feature three models of Shea’s new Shea3D homes, which are extremely popular with homebuyers. Ambition at Eastmark will offer 99 home sites, with minimum lot sizes of 45’x120’,… Read More →

Embry-Riddle kicks off milestone year with open house


In a nod to its upcoming 90th anniversary and key role in Arizona’s aerospace, aviation and technological development, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University will host a special Open House celebration Wednesday, September 30, 2015, at its Worldwide campus at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport. As part of the Open House, the university will showcase one of its original aircraft,… Read More →

Cresa negotiates on behalf of Southwest Jet Center


Southwest Jet Center, owner of the largest private hangar at Scottsdale Airpark, recently purchased 73,826 SF on 5.6 acres of land at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport, 5615 South Sossaman Road, in Mesa. Chris Walton, Gary Gregg, Eric Walker, and Ryan Burkett of Cresa Phoenix represented the buyer. The landlord, GE Capital, was represented by JLL. “We… Read More →

$7M JLL Hangar sale shows Phoenix aerospace is flying high


The Phoenix office of JLL has closed the $7 million sale of The Hangars at 5615, a major, state-of-the-art office and hangar facility with direct runway access to Phoenix Mesa-Gateway Airport, the hub of Phoenix’s up-and-coming aerospace corridor. Although the property is currently 100 percent vacant, it is being acquired by an investor with an expected commitment for… Read More →

Cavan Commercial leases 7.5 acres at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport

Cavan Commercial_Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Site Plan, CPI, WEB

Commercial Properties, Inc. (CPI) announced the land lease of approximately 7.5 acres for the future development of approximately 100,000 SF multi-tenant industrial buildings located on the corner of Sossaman Road & Velocity Way and just south of the airport terminal. Leroy Breinholt and David Bean of CPI’s Tempe Industrial Group represented both Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport… Read More →

Manufacturers Find Business-Friendly Environment In Arizona


Gov. Jan Brewer has done a lot to make Arizona more competitive for manufacturing, economic development leaders say. “The repeal of the energy sales tax on gas and electricity is very big for us,” says Mark Dobbins, co-chairman of the Arizona Manufacturing Partnership at the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry. “We have a business… Read More →

New to Market: Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Hotel


Developer: Wild Horse Pass Development Authority General contractor: W.E. O’Neil Construction Architect: RSP Architects Project Management Firm: TynanGroup, Inc. Location: Adjacent to the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Size: 74KSF Value: WND Start/Completion: February 2014 to early 2015 The new Four Points by Sheraton will be a 74KSF, 134 key, six-story hotel owned by the Gila River… Read More →

Industry leaders view aerospace prospects


Through a joint effort led by Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Authority, Able Aerospace Services and SRP, industry leaders at next week’s MRO Americas convention in Phoenix will gain a birds-eye view of expansion and relocation opportunities in the Valley. The opportunity comes courtesy of a VIP aerial helicopter tour, as well as a reception and tour… Read More →

Jane Morris Of Phoenix-Mesa Gateway To Speak At July AAED Lunch


  Jane Morris, A.A.E., executive director of Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport, will be the speaker at the Arizona Association for Economic Development (AAED)’s July luncheon on Tuesday, July 9 from 11 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. at 2901 N. Seventh St. in Phoenix. Morris, who was named executive director in March, will discuss Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport’s economic… Read More →

Frontier cancels some Colorado Springs flights

by in Business News | Travel

Frontier Airlines is canceling some of its flights at the Colorado Springs airport because of its reduced fleet of smaller regional jets. A Frontier spokeswoman says the company is discontinuing its three daily flights between Colorado Springs and Denver. The flights will stop after March 2. The airline is also canceling flights between Colorado Springs… Read More →

Investor Completes $25M Purchase of Land in Former Williams Trade Zone in Mesa


  Private investor Buckeye Casa Grande LP assembled and purchased ±610 acres in Mesa along Ellsworth and Pecos roads, in the former Williams Trade Zone. Brent Moser, Mike Sutton and Brooks Griffith with Cassidy Turley Arizona’s Land Group represented the buyer during the transaction. The $25M sale included three parcels that were part of an… Read More →

Innovation unites Arizona’s economic engines

by in Business News | Economy | Tech

When Arizona became a state 100 years ago, it was easy to identify its economic engines, those industries, innovators and locations that drove the state’s economy and employment. They all started with C — copper, cotton, citrus, cattle and climate. A decade later, it’s not so easy. “We must find ways to diversify our economy,… Read More →

Fulton Homes Unveils Lounge at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport


Fulton Homes wants Midwestern and Canadian travelers to feel at home this winter the minute they step off the plane. Travelers flying into Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport will be greeted by a welcoming lounge set up as a life-size Fulton Homes living room next to the baggage claim area. The unique lounge measures 40 feet long… Read More →

Spirit Airlines launches Denver-Phoenix flights


Spirit Airlines is kicking off its new service and Denver International Airport and Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport. The Florida-based low cost carrier will have one daily non-stop each way beginning Thursday. The flights leave Denver at midmorning each day and leave the east Phoenix suburb of Mesa for the return late in the morning. Spirit touts… Read More →