LPC, Harvard Investments Break Ground on 1.3 MSF Office Project in Arizona


Slated for completion in October 2020, the first building at the 1.3 million-square-foot Union office project in Mesa, Ariz., will feature 238,348 square feet.

MESA, ARIZ. — Lincoln Property Co. (LPC) and Harvard Investments has broken ground for the first office building at Union, a four-building, 1.3 million-square-foot office project at the junction of Mesa, Tempe and Scottsdale.

Union’s first building will total 238,348 square feet spread across four stories, as well as an adjacent four-level parking garage. All the buildings planned at Union will feature a modern glass exterior, an active first floor, large office floorplates with high ceilings, outdoor balconies and 10-foot vision glass offering views of the surrounding city and mountains.

Building One will connect to the larger Union master plans via a main pedestrian plaza and indoor-outdoor features such as shaded gathering areas and outdoor linked by the Rio Salado Pathway. Situated on 28.2 acres, the buildings will range from four to eight stories and from 232,000 square feet to 450,000 square feet.

Completion of the first building is slated for October 2020. DAVIS is serving as project architect and Wespac is serving as general contractor. LPC will serve as the project’s leasing agent and property manager.

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