9 Pinal County industrial parks driving growth

Above: Lucid is already building a final series of production-representative Lucid Air at its factory, leveraging advanced processes such as an aircraft-inspired riveted and bonded monocoque body structure to endow Lucid Air with state-of-the-art structural efficiency. Customer-ordered production cars will start coming off the Arizona line in 2021, with an initial capacity of up to 30,000 units annually growing to 400,000 units in 2028. Its manufacturing facility is part of the Central Arizona Commerce Park (CAZCP). Real Estate | 26 Jun, 2021 |

With thousands of acres of flat open land ideally situated midway between Phoenix and Tucson, and with easy access to major highway, rail and air transportation, it’s no wonder that Pinal County hosts an abundance of industrial parks.

Ranging from built-out to shovel-ready to undeveloped, with lot sizes as compact as 1 acre for small business use to more than 50 acres for large manufacturing facilities, the region’s parks are primed to welcome an array of businesses, including distribution centers, industrial production, data centers, warehouses and even retail and hospitality.


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Here are some Pinal County industrial parks that are expanding the region’s economic development opportunities.

Central Arizona Commerce Park (CAZCP)

This 740-acre rail-served industrial park in Casa Grande is home to Lucid Motors and Tractor Supply Company. Strategically located near the confluence of interstates 10 and 8 and served by the Union Pacific Railroad, it is zoned for heavy industrial use. Lots are divisible from ±54 acres down to ±1 acre.

Developer: Saint Holdings

Crossroads Industrial Center

Also known as the B2B Business Park, this 13-acre light industrial property in Casa Grande is shovel-ready with sewer and water. It is home to Canadian firm Jomi Engineering.

Broker: Land Advisors

Donovan Kramer Sr. Airport Industrial Park

Approximately 40 acres, divided into 2- and 3-acre lots and zoned for heavy and light industrial use, are available at this Casa Grande park. All sites have thru-the-fence access to the Casa Grande Municipal Airport and are directly served by water, power and sewer lines.

Developer: City of Casa Grande

Eloy Industrial Park

With 345 available acres divisible to ±4 acres in Eloy, at the intersection of Battaglia Road and Interstate 10, this park is home to Schuff Steel, Otto Industries, Republic Plastics and San Juan Pools.

Brokers: Lee & Associates; Petersen Properties & Management

Inland Port Arizona (IPAZ)

Home to Nikola Motor Company, IPAZ is a 2,738-acre mega site on State Route 87 and the Union Pacific rail line in Coolidge. Twenty-one development-ready lots, ranging from 35 acres to ±900 acres are available.

Developer: Saint Holdings

Interstate 10-8 Business Park

Zoned for industrial, commercial, hospitality, distribution and manufacturing, this 1,173-acre Class A business park in Eloy is bordered by Interstate 10 and the Union Pacific rail line. It is part of an Opportunity Zone and Foreign Trade Zone No. 75.

Broker: Petersen Properties & Management

Pinal County Technology Park

One thousand shovel-ready acres in Casa Grande can be divided into 20-acre sites. Adjacent to the Union Pacific rail line, the land is zoned heavy industrial and is highly desirable for supply chain manufacturers.

Broker: Land Advisors

Sunshine Industrial Park

Situated between Interstate 10 and State Route 84, just south of Sunshine Boulevard in Eloy, this 277-acre park is zoned for commercial and light industrial use. Twenty lots, ranging from 4 acres to 38.5 acres are available. 

Developer: Walton International Group

Santa Cruz Commerce Center

Located between the cities of Maricopa and Casa Grande, this Arizona Gold Certified site offers a mix of existing office/warehouse space, 45 acres of shovel-ready land-lease opportunities and built-to-suit projects.

Developer: Ak-Chin Indian Community

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