SkyBridge Starts Construction of 205,000 SF Industrial Building in Mesa, Arizona

by Amy Works

MESA, ARIZ. — SkyBridge Arizona has broken ground on SkyBridge Building 109, the latest addition to SkyBridge’s 435-acre mixed-used development adjacent to the runway at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport in Mesa.

Building 109 is the first of two 250,000-square-foot, Class A manufacturing/warehouse/logistics buildings that SkyBridge plans to break ground on at Gateway Airport during the first half of the year. Building 109 will feature immediate access the airport, 32-foot clear heights, 30 dock-high doors, six ground-level doors and generous power and parking. Additionally, the building is divisible to approximately 80,000 square feet, allowing it to serve a wide range of tenant types and sizes.

At full build-out, SkyBridge will be the nation’s first cargo hub with a joint U.S.-Mexico Customs inspection facility on site. The project is slated for 1.3 million square feet of aeronautical development, 2.2 million square feet of non-aeronautical development and 270,000 square feet of commercial retail and office space.

ADM Group is serving as architect for SkyBridge Building 109 and Graycor Construction Co. is serving as general contractor. Jackie Orcutt, Pete Wentis, Kevin Cosca, Jonathan Teeter and Alex Wentis of CBRE are the leasing brokers for the project.

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