1. Path Construction Southwest has broken ground on the historic renovation of Arnold’s Pickle House in Phoenix. The project, being developed by Chicanos por La Causa, will be available for office/creative/ business space and is expected to be complete in October. SPS+ Architects is the architect.
2. Print.Save.Repeat held a groundbreaking ceremony for two warehouse and manufacturing facilities totaling more than 65KSF in the new business park north of Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport. Sun State Builders is the design-builder and general contractor and work is expected to finish in September 2019.
3. Jackson-Shaw and LaPour Partners announced the groundbreaking of Parc Germann, a 224.5KSF two-building urban industrial development in Chandler. Building A is located at 2215 E. Germann Rd and Building B is located at 2225 E. Germann Rd.
4. The Statesman Group will break ground on the third phase of 64 luxury condominiums at The Cays at Downtown Ocotillo and host a groundbreaking celebration that will be open to the public on May 2-5. Expected move-ins are late-spring 2020.
5. McCarthy Nordburg recently has showcased its expertise and design acumen for a diverse set of clients across the Valley. Recently completed projects include:
- A 39KSF renovation of the Arizona Children’s Association at 3636 N. Central Ave, Phoenix. The general contractor was Wespac Construction.
- Construction of new 19.7KSF offices in the Park at San Tan at 3075 E. Ray Rd, Chandler, for ARM. The general contractor was Brycon Construction.
- A 28KSF renovation of the Christian Family Care at Central Avenue Corridor in Phoenix. The general contractor was RSG Builders.
- A 19KSF co-working space for Workuity in Chandler Viridian. The general contractor was VENN Construction.
6. After investing $68M in renovations in the former Abrazo Maryvale Campus at 5102 W. Campbell Ave., Phoenix, Maricopa Integrated Health System re-opened the hospital on April 11. The newly renovated facility is now called Valleywise Health and has begun providing 24/7, full-service emergency care. The general contractor was Gilbane Inc. and the architect was DLR Group.
7. Maryvale Preparatory Academy, a Great Hearts public charter school, is holding a ribbon cutting celebration for its Marley Center for the Performing Arts on Tuesday, April 23, at 6 p.m. The performing arts center, the latest build-out of a multi-phase campus project, is 9.8KSF and seats more than 400.
8. Destiny Springs, a 67.6KSF state-of-the-art behavioral healthcare facility, is now open and accepting patients at its new 90-bed facility at 17300 N. Dysart Rd, Surprise.
9. The first new station built along the existing Valley Metro Rail line opens for service on Thursday, April 25. A ceremony for the 50th Street/Washington Light Rail Station is scheduled for April 24 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at the Ideation Design Group east parking lot.