Mark Singerman, director with the New York City developer'sArizona regional office says the site near Valencia road, half amile east of the Tucson International Airport will eventuallycontain two warehouse buildings totaling just over 300,000 squarefeet and a 192,000-square-foot multitenant flex building. "We'dobviously like to get pre-leasing or some kind of build-to-suit onthe other parcels," Singerman says. "Depending on lease-up of thefirst, though, we'll move forward on speculative development on thesecond part."

Lundstrom & Associates Architects of Irvine, CA is thearchitect, while local company Chestnut Construction is the generalcontractor. Tucson-based Picor Commercial Real Estates Services, amember of the Cushman & Wakefield Alliance, will handleleasing.

Singerman tells that Rockefeller GroupDevelopment Corp. is planning the park for Tucson because thecurrent stock of industrial buildings isn't meeting demand. Tucson,in the past, has tended to be a smaller market, rarely seeing usersrequiring larger than 50,000 square feet.

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