By Kevin Reagan for Casa Grande Dispatch
A preliminary schematic composed by Danrick Builders outlines how the development firm’s future motor sports park might be built on a parcel located south of Casa Grande.
Danrick Builders, based in Chandler, announced last month its long-term plans to build a motor sports park, known as Attesa, near Montgomery and Hanna roads (AZBEX, June 7, 2016).
A letter sent out by a law firm representing the company in late June included an aerial map of how the various components of Attesa may be carved out into the project’s 2,360-acre site. The letter defined the design as “conceptual” and further boasted Attesa as being a future “economic engine” for the region.
Danrick Builders aims to have Attesa entirely up and running by 2020, a full decade after developers began working on the project.
The conceptual design includes pieces such as two racing tracks, one public and the other private, and an airport with a 6,000-foot runway. It also includes many sections earmarked for unspecified residential and commercial purposes.
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