Tag Archives: Gilbert

Phoenix metro sustains healthy population growth

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The Phoenix Metropolitan area reached a total of 4.8 million residents and counting at the end of Q2 2018 and is currently the 11th largest metro throughout the country.

Although the city of Phoenix will remain the major population center for the region, Chandler and Gilbert are making large strides… Read More

JLL’s management of new Isagenix headquarters featured in Commercial Executive Magazine

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Isagenix -11x17-perspective 04The latest issue of Commercial Executive Magazine features the Rivulon development, a 250-acre business district located in Gilbert, Arizona. The development includes three million square feet of Class A office, 500,000 square feet of retail, 250 hotel rooms and the potential for residential units.

With Phase I well into development, Rivulon is expected to change the landscape of Gilbert, creating 15,000-20,000 employment… Read More

Conor Commercial and Globe Corporation announce launch of AZ|60 industrial development in Gilbert, Arizona

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AZ60Two Class A speculative buildings to provide contemporary for-sale or lease opportunities within growing industrial corridor

Joint venture partners, Conor Commercial Real Estate, a member of The McShane Companies, and Globe Corporation, are pleased to announce the acquisition of a 16-acre land parcel for the development of AZ|60 – a new two-building, 225,600 square foot industrial project.  Available for-sale or lease, the speculative facilities will offer modern design and flexible configurations to meet the growing demand within Gilbert’s booming industrial sector.  The venture will break ground in October with occupancy slated for April 2016.… Read More

Price Road Corridor is Hot

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NOTE: The following article featuring Dave Seeger, JLL’s Managing Director – Office, originally appeared on GlobeSt.com.

Seeger_GlobeStThe Price Road Corridor is one of the hottest commercial sectors in the Valley Metro area. And with the area 50% built out, a tipping point is not in sight. With the sector employing more than 35,000 people and expectations for 75,000, the sector is also a contributing factor to… Read More