Metro EV Commerce Ctr. II planned in Mesa

Credit: City of Mesa / AZBEX


By Adrienne St. Clair for Arizona Builder’s Exchange

Puppyfeathers Limited Partnership and Metro Commercial Properties have submitted a project proposal to the City of Mesa to build a new industrial development along the US 60 corridor.

The new complex, Metro East Valley Commerce Center II, will include two buildings, totaling 363KSF, to be used for office, warehouse and light industrial purposes. The property is on the SWC of Horne Street and Auto Center Drive – which the developers call “an ideal location for manufacturing and commerce.”

The project will be built as a follow-up to the nearby Metro I light industrial park built in 2015. According to the new proposal, Metro I “served as the standard for premium industrial park development in the east Valley.”

While Metro II will be consistent with the character and quality of the first industrial park, it has been designed to reach a broader group of tenants. The owner hopes the complex will provide “uninterrupted warehouse space to help fill a need for larger industrial tenants lacking opportunities in Mesa,” city documents state.


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