ViaWest Group broke ground on Superior Logistics Center, a 9.17- acre land site at the northwest corner of Superior Ave. and 44th Street just south of Sky Harbor Airport.

The project consists of two Class A, mid-bay industrial buildings, 71,500 square feet and 79,200 square feet with divisibility down to 15,000 square feet. These projects will bring much-needed mid-bay industrial space to the Sky Harbor submarket, which has a total industrial base over 75 million square feet and only a 6.85% vacancy rate.

“Centrally-located, infill industrial projects are highly desirable from both investment and business operations standpoints. Companies are not only able to serve all parts of the Valley but can draw talent from all parts; it is simply an outstanding location, and we are excited to deliver this size space to the Sky Harbor submarket.” said Tom Glissmeyer, Director of Development for ViaWest Group.

John Werstler and Cooper Fratt of CBRE in Phoenix are handling the leasing of the project.

Alliance Bank of Arizona, Deutsch Architecture Group, Kimley-Horn, and Nitti Builders are a part of the development team for this project.

Superior Logistics Center benefits from excellent access and proximity to four major freeways, including I-17, I-10, SR 51 and Loop 202, pulling from a wide and diverse labor pool.