By Evelina Croitoru
The Phoenix office of JLL has been awarded the leasing assignment for Phase I of Skyway Commons, a fully speculative industrial project that just broke ground in the northwest Phoenix submarket. The project’s owner, Silagi Development and Management, expects to complete the first phase in January next year.
Adding meaningful inventory options
The Class A property will total 110,221 square feet and is designed to accommodate small- to mid-sized general industrial users with divisibility down to 4,689 square feet. Additionally, the asset will incorporate 59,258 square feet of contiguous space. Located at the northwest nexus of Dysart Road and Rio Glass Solar Road in Surprise, Ariz., the facility will feature grade- and dock-level loading, 24-foot clear height, ESFR sprinklers, energy-efficient LED lighting and R-30 roof insulations. The project falls under the Planned Unit Development zoning, which offers flexibility for a wide range of tenants with commercial business parks or industrial-related uses. LGE serves as the general contractor.
“Smaller to mid-sized industrial tenants in the northwest Valley have been significantly underserved for years. Skyway Commons adds meaningful inventory options in a location that this type of user wants to be, and with grade-level and dock-level loading amenities that, until now, have not been available for them in Surprise,” JLL’s Vice President, Riley Gilbert, said in prepared remarks.
Gilbert along with Managing Director Anthony Lydon and Associate John Lydon serve as the project’s exclusive leasing brokers.
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