Developers buy 585 acres for industrial project in Goodyear
PHOENIX — Developers on Tuesday announced a 585-acre purchase in the West Valley for a development called Goodyear AirPark.
A partnership between Lincoln Property Company Desert West and Scottsdale-based Harvard Investments initiated the industrial development in Goodyear which is scheduled for construction to break ground in Q1 2022, officials said in a press release.
When the park is completed, it’s expected to be able to deliver up to seven million square feet of industrial space in about 20 buildings. The date for completion was not announced.
The space sits next to the Phoenix-Goodyear Airport and Dark Fiber line and it located three miles south of Interstate 10.
The site buildings will have 40-foot clear height, multiple points of ingress and egress and private truck courts, has been zoned for commercial and industrial use, according to the release.
“Goodyear has become a live-work magnet, attracting residents and companies from across the region and nation,” Harvard Investments president and CEO Craig Krumwiede, said in the release.
The airpark can “respond quickly to that skyrocketing demand, with shovel-ready dirt that can be transformed quickly into a range of Class A industrial building sizes and features,” Krumwiede said.