Only building A has availability.
One spec suite planned in building A and one planned in building D.
Clear heights are soaring on average to about 32 feet among new industrial builds, be it speculative or build-to-suit projects. Some are even climbing as high as 36 or 40 feet.
An extra four feet can increase a tenant’s pallet position, assuming it’s the average 64-inch pallet load, by about 20 percent without changing the amount of floorspace, says JLL Executive Vice President of Supply Chain and Logistics Solutions Pat Harlan.
DLS, DHL, Pilot commit to massive business park
Just as Airport I-10’s 600,000-square-foot Phase I approaches completion, Wentworth Property Company/Clarion Partners and the Phoenix office of JLL have announced the signing of three major, national tenant leases that bring one of the largest speculative office projects in Phoenix history to more than 35 percent pre-leased.
Unique early commitment signals market strength; tenant demand
PHOENIX, Aug. 2014 –Wentworth Property Company/Clarion Partners and the Phoenix office of JLL have secured a benchmark 63,000-square-foot tenant lease commitment this week at Airport I-10 Business Park—one of the largest Sky Harbor Airport-area speculative industrial developments in Phoenix history.
The lease, made by Illinois-based Anixter International, Inc., fills almost half of Airport I-10’s “Building E” months before anticipated shell construction completion.
We are excited to introduce the Airport I-10 business park scope and vision for the future. We include here an introduction from our Executive Vice President Pat Harlan.
IN THE NEWS: WENTWORTH PROPERTY AND CLARION PARTNERS PLANNING TO BUILD 900,000 SF INDUSTRIAL PARK IN PHOENIX
A venture formed by Wentworth Property Co. in Phoenix (principals James Wentworth Sr. and James Wentworth Jr.) and Clarion Partners in New York is planning a $60M, 900,000 SF Class A industrial park consisting of rear-load and cross-dock buildings ranging from 140,000 SF to 280,000 SF.