Creation buys 76.35 acres in Buckeye for $7.4M

Real Estate | 23 Feb |

Creation bought 76.35 acres of land in Buckeye for $7,398,775, according to the commercial real estate tracking website Vizzda. The seller was Miller Park LLC.

LGE Design Build plans to build a a speculative development on the land for its client, Creation.

The land is located at the northwest corner of Miller Road and Lower Buckeye Road in Buckeye.

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LGE Design Build plans to build 10 West Commerce Park, a distribution warehouse project, on the site. The first phase of the project includes an 862,600-square-foot, one-story, cross-dock warehouse building with a maximum height of 45 feet. 36,000 square feet of total building square footage will be dedicated to office use.

A future Phase Two will add more than 211,000 square feet of space, making the project more than 1 million square feet at completion.

Buckeye is emerging as a center of logistics, distribution, and manufacturing. Existing businesses such as the Cardinal IG, Walmart / Sam’s Club Distribution Center, Walmart Transportation and Logistics, Clayton Homes, and Fertizona are not only successful within Buckeye, they are expanding.

• Buckeye is located along the CANAMEX Corridor

• Direct access to Interstate 10, State Route 85, MC 85 – Regional Map

• Short distance from Interstate 8 and the newly constructed Loop 303.

• Future Interstate 11 is being planned to pass through Buckeye twice, north/south transportation access from Mexico to Canada within the Sun Corridor.

• Union Pacific Railroad provides rail access to the area and has future plans to locate a large manifest yard in Buckeye.

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