As a region, we have a reputation for having a highly educated and skilled workforce. Estimates show that with another million residents coming to our region that will call PHX East Valley their home, 400,000 new jobs will be created in the next 30 years.
Phoenix tends to run hot and cold, and currently it’s in hot mode. Arizona is among the top handful of U.S. states for economic and population growth, creating strong demand for multifamily.
After a delay of a few months, initial work on the segment began in October, most of it involving preparation work along the road, including some demolition and relocation of lighting, said Jodi Sorrel, Mesa’s transit director. Completion of the project is expected in about two years.
Gilbert’s medical campus complex is getting a 42,000-square-foot addition with the first ground-up medical office building from MedProperties Group.
The Chicago-based developer, which already owns Mercy Medical Commons, is building an outpatient surgical center and practice suites to the west of the existing building across from Dignity Mercy Gilbert Medical Center.
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SunCap Property Group has begun construction of a 60,000-square-foot office building in the Gilbert Spectrum Business Park in Gilbert, Arizona.
This is the first of several planned buildings that SunCap is offering in the 63-acre park, located at the southwest corner of Elliot and McQueen roads. A total of 800,000 square feet of state-of-the-art office, flex-industrial and technology-related space is planned in eight to 10 buildings. Buildings range in size from 60,000 square feet to 200,000 square feet.
Arizona’s multifamily market has been enjoying a ten year high lately, so its no surprise six Arizona cities made WalletHub’s top ten best cities in the U.S. for renters.
To help prospective renters get the most bang for their buck, WalletHub’s analysts compared the 150 largest cities based on their rental attractiveness and quality of life. In making such a comparison, we examined each city across 15 key metrics, ranging from historical rental-price changes to cost of living to jobs availability.
- Engineers on Tuesday revealed the final design for a 272-acre regional park in Gilbert
- The design is the culmination of a five-month process and nearly 30 possible plans
- The plan will cost an estimated $174 million
- The park, which will be constructed in phases, could take until 2027 to complete
CNBC | 2016 projections: 25,000 new housing starts and more than 53,000 new jobs, median house price: $319,900.
85297, Gilbert, Arizona
Gilbert is about 30 miles from downtown Phoenix and offers a snowbird-friendly suburban haven of dry climate with golf courses and country clubs, while year-round residents stay for the top-rated school district. The 2010 census showed that the town’s population expanded dramatically over the three decades: from 5,717 in 1980 to 208,453 in 2010.
Local employers include GoDaddy and PetSmart, and other top employers are those award-winning public schools as well as health care. This 2,340-square-foot, three-bedroom, three-bath house, priced slightly under the local median at $315,000, has a private, landscaped back yard with covered patio and built-in barbecue. Over the next five years, the number of households in 85297 is predicted to increase by 15.9 percent.
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