The parent company of the PhoenixMart international sourcing center is scheduled to ask the Casa Grande Planning and Zoning Commission Thursday night for a new name for the project and zoning changes regarding sizes of residential and commercial developments in the 585-acre project.
As reported Wednesday by the Casa Grande Dispatch, AZ Sourcing, builders of PhoenixMart, is requesting the name of the development area be changed to NALTEC from PhoenixMart. NALTEC would stand for North American Logistics Trade and E-commerce City.
As previously reported by Rose Law Group Reporter, the massive project
envisions 1.6-million-square-foot sourcing center, with adjacent hotels, office and business complexes, retail space, education and medical facilities and homes.
AzSourcing is proposing nearly two dozen changes to its development plan, among them, reducing the number of residential units from 993 to 855, modifying landscaping and adjusting the natural gas easement, the Dispatch reported, to keep the property current with trends and market demands.
Currently, 475 acres are classified as commerce and business and the remaining 110 acres as neighborhoods.