GOODYEAR, ARIZ. — A joint venture between RED Development and Globe Corp. has released plans for GSQ, a 150-acre mixed-use development located in Goodyear, approximately 15 miles west of Phoenix.
Groundbreaking on the project is proposed for next year. Plans include retail and entertainment space, restaurants, multifamily communities, office space and a hotel.
GSQ will complement the Goodyear Civic Square at GSQ development, which Globe Corp. completed in August 2022. Goodyear Civic Square features a new city hall building, two-story library, two-acre community park, office space and retail space.
“Our dream of a downtown is one step closer to becoming reality,” says Goodyear Mayor Joe Pizzillo. “We have all the right partners working together to create a very special walkable district for our residents — and the greater Southwest Valley region — to enjoy as they bring quality shopping, dining and entertainment to this area.”
A number of new developments have been announced in Goodyear this year, including build-to-rent projects by UrbanStreet Group and a joint venture between Blue Vista Capital Management and Family Development; and several industrial projects, including a warehouse for Sub-Zero Group and the $360 million first phase of AirPark, located adjacent to the Phoenix-Goodyear airport.
Phoenix-based RED Development is a privately held real estate company with a focus on mixed-use and retail projects.
Based in Scottsdale, Globe Corp. focuses on real estate investment, property development, asset management and property management services.
— Katie Sloan