Opus Initiates First Phase of Master-Planned Next Generation Industrial Development in Goodyear, Arizona

With growing demand for industrial properties in the area, Opus developed two buildings adjacent to the rail line in the Goodyear Crossing Industrial Park in Goodyear, Ariz. It was one of the largest zoned, shovel-ready, rail-served sites inside the 303 Corridor in Southwest Phoenix. These industrial developments are a strong addition to the established industrial park, which is anchored by notable tenants like Amazon and Macy’s.

The first phase of the development was a 540,000-square-foot, speculative building that was leased to a national pet food producer expanding their operations in Arizona to support increased demand in the western U.S. Opus Design Build, L.L.C. completed tenant improvements in this next-generation facility.

This cross-docked industrial building was one of only two buildings in the submarket offering at least 500,000 square feet of available space for larger tenants. The facility features:

  • 36-foot clear height
  • 7-inch slab
  • HVAC-ready R-39 insulation under roof
  • fully-secured, 100% concrete truck courts
  • 289 automobile stalls
  • 115 excess trailer parking stalls

This LEED Silver certified building was leased in mid-2018 and represented the largest industrial lease in greater Phoenix that year.

Phase 2, a build-to-suit manufacturing facility for Andersen Windows was completed in late 2019. Read about that project here.