By Joshua Bowling | The Republic
Amazon spent nearly $20 million for 91.5 acres of land in metro Phoenix’s west edge along a rapidly growing stretch of Loop 303, real estate records show.
The land, at the northwest corner of Indian School Road and Cotton Lane just west of the 303, is near a glut of distribution centers, including Sub-Zero, Dick’s Sporting Goods and UPS. But Amazon won’t say what’s planned for its new southwest Valley property.
“We are constantly exploring new locations and weighing a variety of factors when deciding where to develop future sites to best serve customers, however, we have a policy of not commenting on our future roadmap,” Amazon spokeswoman Lisa Guinn wrote in an email to The Arizona Republic. “This land purchase in Goodyear provides us with the flexibility to quickly respond to our future network needs.”