Graycor Delivers Final Phase of 10 West Logistics Center in Phoenix
PHOENIX — Graycor Construction Co. has completed the final phase of 10 West Logistics Center, a Class A industrial bulk distribution park in southwest Phoenix. Developed by New York Life Real Estate Investors, 10 West Logistics Center is a 1.3 million-square-foot, two-building distribution campus.
Totaling 569,301 square feet, 10 West Logistics Center Phase II is the final building at the distribution park. Amazon has leased the entire building to use a fulfillment center. Graycor is managing all tenant improvement construction for Amazon.
The first building, 10 West Logistics Center Phase I, features 660,000 square feet of Class A distribution space. Ozburn-Hessey Logistics occupies 43 percent of the first building.
Located at the northwest corner of Van Buren Street and 59th Avenue, 10 West building amenities include 36-foot clear heights, dock-high and grade-level loading, 200-foot minimum truck courts, ESFR fire sprinklers, energy-efficient motion sensor lighting, a fenced and secured yard, and ample car and trailer parking. Additionally, the buildings are divisible down to 100,000 square feet, offering A-1 equivalent zoning and Foreign Trade Zone approved.
Butler Design Group served as architect for the development. Wentworth Property Co. serves as the owner’s representation. Andy Markham, Mike Haenel, Will Strong and Phil Haenel of Cushman & Wakefield are serving as leasing brokers for the project.