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PhoenixMart Developer Propose Changes

The Casa Grande Planning and Zoning Commission approved preliminary plat plans for the first phase of PhoenixMart in July 2014. The developer is seeking changes to the approved plan, including a name change for the development and a reduction in the number of residential units. Rendering credit: City of Casa Grande.

Source: Casa Grande Dispatch

AZ Sourcing, builders of PhoenixMart, will ask the Casa Grande Planning and Zoning Commission March 5 to approve a list of changes for its 585 acres.

Among the changes to its site plans, the company is asking that the name of the development area be changed from PhoenixMart to NALTEC, an abbreviation for North American Logistics Trade and E-commerce City.

The 585-acre development site is to include the 1.6MSF PhoenixMart sourcing center surrounded by hotels, office and business complexes, retail space, education and medical facilities and residential uses.

To keep the property current with trends and market demands, the company is proposing 20 changes to its development plan, among them, reducing the number of residential units from 993 to 855, modifying landscaping and adjusting the natural gas easement.

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