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Foundation Capital Partners, Baker Development Break Ground on 325,000 SF Industrial Project in Arizona

VB-143-Goodyear-AZ

VB/143 in Goodyear, Ariz., will feature a 213,000-square-foot cross-docked facility and a 112,000-square-foot rear-loading building.

GOODYEAR, ARIZ. — New York-based Foundation Capital Partners and Chicago-based Baker Development Corp. have broken ground on VB/143, a two-building, Class A industrial project in Goodyear. Situated within a foreign trade zone magnet site, the project is slated for completion by fourth-quarter 2019.

VB/143 will feature a 213,000-square-foot, cross-docked building and a 112,000-square-foot, rear-loading building. The project will offer divisibility down to 30,000 square feet and includes modern amenities, such as 36-foot clear heights, secured concrete truck courts, insulated dock doors, energy-efficient clerestory windows, robust power, trailer drops, public transportation and outdoor employee amenity spaces. The property will be located at the southeast and southwest corners of 143rd Avenue and Van Buren Street.

The project team includes Layton Construction Co. as general contractor and Butler Design Group as architect.

The project is situated within Goodyear Gateway South, a Class A, master-planned industrial park, less than one mile from a full interchange at Interstate 10 and Bullard Avenue, just north of Phoenix Goodyear Airport.

The joint-venture developers have named Anthony Lydon, Marc Hertzberg and Riley Gilbert of JLL as the project’s exclusive leasing agents.

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