Shutdown semiconductor plant in Tempe to be converted into ultra-modern, millennial office space

Tempe semiconductor plant
Tempe semiconductor plant
Cushman & Wakefield

By Mike Sunnucks, Senior Reporter | Phoenix Business Journal

A shutdown semiconductor manufacturing plant in Tempe is being converted into an ultra-modern, Class A office building geared toward millennials and creative users.

The Gensler architecture firm is renovating the 190,000-square-foot industrial building near Loop 101 and University Drive.

The 16.5-a cre property previously housed a manufacturing plant for Jabil Circuit.

St. Petersburg, Florida-based Jabil shut down the plant in 2013 and laid off 615 Arizona workers, according to a layoff filing with the state of Arizona. In 2012, Jabil had 1,200 workers at the now closed plant, according to the city of Tempe.


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