By Mike Sunnucks | Phoenix Business Journal
Development plans for a country club for car collectors and enthusiasts have moved forward.
The Maricopa City Council has approved plans for the $30 million APEX Motor Club in Pinal County.
The APEX club south of Phoenix will include a four-mile race track and car condos for club members to house vehicles.
Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents APEX
The development sits on 280 acres the APEX group bought from El Dorado Holdings, one of Arizona’s top real estate owners.
Construction could bring 400 jobs to Pinal County and another 30 when the club is complete.
“We are excited about APEX’s decision to build their motorsports club in Maricopa. The uniqueness of their development adds value to the City of Maricopa. It will, without a doubt, continue to add to Maricopa’s economic vitality and growth,” Maricopa Mayor Christian Price.