Arbor office project in Tempe begins to line up pre-lease tenants

Jun 20, 2022, 7:15 AM

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PHOENIX — Tenants are lining up for what is being described as an experimental office project called Arbor located in downtown Tempe.

The project is nearing completion on its $18 million renovation at the corner of Mill Avenue and Third Street to renovate Hayden Station into a mixed-use property featuring office and retail spaces.

It’s expected to be completed by the end of 2022 and includes five buildings, totaling 124,190 square feet.

Logicstics company Worldwide Express, software company Trainual and tech firm Radius Al have all signed pre-lease agreements with Arbor.

“People are the heart of everything we do in Tempe,” mayor Corey Wood said in a release. “The success Arbor is seeing shows that there is a demand for mixed-use projects that are focused on the health and happiness of the people who work there.”

Amenities at Arbor are expected to include a wellness center, a garden style conference room, a rooftop patio and cabanas for breakout work sessions.

Design and architecture was provided by George Oliver Design with Layton Construction as the project’s general contractor.

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Arbor office project in Tempe begins to line up pre-lease tenants