Investors Knock at Casa Grande’s Door

The 1.75 million-square-foot PhoenixMart project that broke ground last November in Casa Grande, AZ has started to grab the attention of opportunistic investors such as the Siegel Group Nevada, Inc. Spurred by the area’s rising economy, the firm acquired a 483-unit extended stay property for $8.30 million.

The 1.75 million-square-foot PhoenixMart project that broke ground last November in Casa Grande is attracting attention from opportunistic investors.  Spurred by the area’s rising economy,  Siegel Group Nevada Inc. acquired a 483-unit extended-stay property for $8.3 million.

PhoenixMart

PhoenixMart

The PhoenixMart project is a global trade center designed to connect, facilitate and streamline manufacturing, retailing and wholesaling under the same roof. The project is expected to create more than 7,000 jobs and feature more than 2,000 manufacturers from a diverse group of industries, such as home and hotel; electronics and accessories; office and recreation; auto and industrial; and fashion and variety.

However, this project marks only the beginning of Casa Grande’s economic rebirth. Upon completion, the PhoenixMart project will anchor of the North American Logistics, Trade & E-Commerce City (NALTEC), a 585-acre, $1 billion, master-planned community that has been described as a model for the business hub of the future.

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