Price Corridor Archives

Chandler Price Corridor becomes hotspot for employers


Within the PHX East Valley, lies Chandler, a city with a proven plan to create a preferred location for new and expanding businesses. Since the city’s inception in 1912, Chandler has strategically planned to be a welcoming destination for cutting-edge companies, innovative thinkers and lifestyle versatility, with proven success. Job growth in Chandler has increased… Read More →

Hines commences construction at Chandler Viridian

Chandler Viridian, CBRE

Hines, the international real estate firm, has commenced construction on the infrastructure at Chandler Viridian and is moving forward with the design of the Class-A, six-story office building for the mixed-use property’s master plan development. Chandler Viridian, located at the northwest corner of the Loop 101/Loop 202 interchange in the heart of the Price Corridor… Read More →

Calif. investment firm takes Chandler Iridium facility for $12.7M

1800 S. Price, Lee Associates, WEB

A 69,429 SF fl ex manufacturing facility and an adjacent 2.97 AC parcel at 1800 S. Price Rd. in Chandler has been sold for $12.65M. The building is fully-leased to Iridium Communications with an estimated 10 years remaining on their lease. Cohen Asset Management, Inc., a California-based private real estate investment fi rm purchased the… Read More →

When Visions Diverge

Images Diverge, WEB

When Visions Diverge: What Happens When Property Owners and Cities Want Different Land Use The crack of the gavel thunders through the room over the buzz of hushed whispers. Alone at the podium, the property owner stands stunned by the city council action denying the vision for a property. The investment in preplanned designs, attorneys,… Read More →

Getting an angel to open the checkbook

by in Featured | Tech

Governor Jan Brewer touts her policies and business regulatory climate as the reason Arizona is growing new businesses. That may be a factor, but it’s not the major reason Arizona topped the Kaufman Foundation Index of Entrepreneurial Activity in 2012. If it were the case, Arizona would have been on top again in 2013—instead of… Read More →

Tibshraeny Named Municipal Leader of the Year

by in Featured | Politics | Tech

American City & County magazine has selected Chandler Mayor Jay Tibshraeny as its Municipal Leader of the Year. Mayor Tibshraeny will be featured in the November edition of American City & County, which has been the voice of state and local government since 1909. The magazine serves city, county and state officials who are charged… Read More →

OnTrac bringing 850 jobs to Chandler

by in Business News | Economy

OnTrac, the leader in regional overnight package delivery service in the eight Western States, is moving its corporate headquarters to Chandler. The new offices are located in the Price Corridor at 2501 S. Price Road. The new building provides the company with additional space and the opportunity for future growth. It will also allow OnTrac… Read More →

CBRE Completes $19.5M Sale of Orbital Sciences Building in Chandler

by in Brokerage | Business News

  CBRE has completed the $19.5M sale of an 83,183 SF, 3-story office building and two-level parking garage located at 3377 S. Price Road in Chandler. The property is 100% leased to Orbital Sciences, one of the world’s leading space technology companies. Barry Gabel and Mindy Korth of CBRE’s Phoenix office represented the seller, Gilbane… Read More →

Solar Engineering Firm, AKO Engineering, Expands To Chandler From Spain

AKO Engineering

AKO Engineering, Inc., headquartered in Barcelona, Spain, is expanding its operations to the Price Corridor in Chandler. AKO is an engineering firm that designs, supplies, supervises and installs electrical heat tracing (EHT) in thermal solar power projects. AKO is making this move in order to expand its technology, AKOTRACE in the electrical heat-tracing sector in… Read More →

Supplying The Demand

Supplying The Demand
by in AZRE Magazine | Brokerage

As vacancy rates shrink, new industrial and office developments could break ground in the Valley Plans for a 600,000 SF spec industrial warehouse in Southwest Phoenix and a 92,000 SF, 2-story office building in Chandler’s Price Corridor are signs that those two property types are making a comeback in Metro Phoenix, some industry experts are cautiously predicting. In January, California-based Doug… Read More →

New Data Center Breaks Ground In Chandler's 'Price Corridor'

data center to be built in price corridor in chandler

NextFort Ventures, a provider of energy-efficient modular data centers, broke ground on a new data center in Chandler. General contractor is Sunstate Builders and architect is Butler Design Group. The 130,000SF NextFort Venture Data Center, designed with the environment in mind, will be a mix of office space and computing suites in a unique modular… Read More →