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Lincoln Property Co. Breaks Ground on 352,000 SF Office Building in Tempe

The Grand Building Two is one of Arizona’s largest office buildings to break ground as a purely speculative endeavor.

TEMPE, ARIZ. — Lincoln Property Co. has broken ground on the second building at Grand at Papago Park Center in Tempe. The 352,000-square-foot building will be located at 1027 W. Roosevelt Way.

The Grand Building Two is one of Arizona’s largest office buildings to break ground as a purely speculative endeavor, according to Lincoln. It is scheduled for completion in the second quarter of 2019.

The building will be the second of eight Class A office buildings scheduled to be built by Lincoln within the 60-acre mixed-use Grand at Papago Park Center.

The newest office building will provide creative office space with a two-story lobby, modern and flexible floorplates and an open office concept highlighted by 12-foot floor-to-ceiling windows. Among the project’s features are a 10,000-square-foot amenity lounge with a full-service restaurant, indoor/outdoor seating, TV viewing area and two conference facilities with full audio-visual technology.

Other amenities include a private fitness facility and a modern rooftop lounge designed for tenant events and collaboration, with seating areas, an architectural shade element, catering conveniences and sweeping views of the Papago Buttes, Hole in the Rock and Camelback Mountain.

Lincoln also serves as the property manager. Jerry Roberts and Patrick Boyle of Cushman & Wakefield serve as the project’s exclusive leasing brokers. Davis is the office project architect and Whiting-Turner is the general contractor.

The Grand at Papago Park Center will total 3.2 million square feet of mixed-use office, multifamily, hotel, retail and restaurant space upon completion. It offers about one-half mile of freeway frontage on the Loop 202/Red Mountain Freeway between Priest Road and Center Parkway.

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