Factors that put WV into major growth mode

Above: Attending the groundbreaking for Park303, a major master-planned development that at build-out will accommodate up to 4.5 million square feet of Class A industrial space in Glendale, are Glendale Vice Mayor Ray Malnar; Glendale Councilmember Joyce Clark; Sintra Hoffman, president and CEO of WESTMARC; Glendale Mayor Jerry Weiers; Paul Hughes, executive vice president of business development for the Arizona Commerce Authority; David Krumwiede, executive vice president of Lincoln Property Company; and Glendale Councilmember Bart Turner. (Photo by Pete Pallagi)/AZBigMedia

By Erin Thorburn | AZBigMedia

Remember the lyrics from Janet Jackson’s “Love Would Never Do (Without You)?”

“They said it wouldn’t last. We had to prove them wrong … There’s no easy explanation for it. But whenever there’s a problem, we always work it out somehow.”

If the West Valley could sing, she would likely select this tune (and maybe sing the praises of regional economic developers, too).

After all, not everyone may have anticipated the kind of growth the West Valley has experienced — currently with upwards of 1.6 million residents, a population that is projected to rise to 2,094,824 by 2030.

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