Major industrial projects could draw national companies to Tucson

A 76,200-square-foot speculative industrial building by local developer Ben Day will be constructed on Valencia Road and Tucson Boulevard. It will have smaller bays and 28-foot ceiling heights. Courtesy of Seaver Franks Architects

By Gabriela Rico | Arizona Daily Star

As the local industrial market approaches historically low vacancy rates, concern was growing that Tucson could be passed over by companies looking to expand.

But two major projects near the airport could help bring those companies to town.

Local developer Ben Day has broken ground on a 76,200-square-foot speculative industrial building on Valencia Road and Tucson Boulevard.
With smaller bays and 28-foot ceiling heights, the Daybreak Distribution Center will be ideal as a warehouse and distribution site for companies such as Amazon or UPS.

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