Three Industrial Spec Buildings Will Add 309K SF to Gilbert Spectrum
Quickly following its completion of Gilbert Spectrum Building 5 – built for Northrop Grumman – developers GID and SunCap Property Group along with Graycor Construction Company joined to break ground on the park’s next major stage of development: three fully speculative industrial buildings. Buildings 9, 10 and 11 will add 309,547 square feet of class-A industrial space to Gilbert Spectrum.
The 64-acre industrial park is being developed by SunCap at McQueen and Elliot roads in the Southeast Valley submarket of Gilbert.
“Gilbert Spectrum’s combination of quality and scalability will keep it highly relevant in an industrial market that continues to rapidly expand and evolve,” said Mike Orr, senior vice president with SunCap Property Group. “These new buildings continue our strategy to deliver smart, flexible space that can serve large-scale global users as easily as it serves modern mid-size tenants.”
At build-out, the park will include up to 850,000 square feet of office, flex industrial and technology-related space. The three new speculative industrial buildings will range from 66,446 to 142,200 square feet, with divisibility to 20,000 square feet. Ken McQueen and Chris McClurg of Lee & Associates Arizona are the project’s leasing brokers.
“Gilbert Spectrum is a great infill development that offers a variety of functional attributes for traditional industrial users,” said McQueen. “With multiple points of ingress and egress, and centered between three freeways, the park offers an attractive corporate setting with proximity to skilled labor.”
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