Tucson Lease Report April 2-6, 2018

Tucson Lease Report April 2-6, 2018

The following commercial leases were reported to the Real Estate Daily News for the Tucson Lease Report from April 2-6, 2018.

RETAIL – Twin Peaks & Silverbell, Shoppes at Continental Ranch, Marana
Go Wireless, Inc., dba Verizon Wireless has signed a lease for a new store in a new freestanding PAD building to be constructed at Shoppes at Continental Ranch, at the southeast corner of Twin Peaks and Silverbell Roads in the Continental Ranch master planned Community in Marana, Arizona. The new store will be 2,200-square-feet and is expected to open in November 2018. Craig Finfrock and Zach Morgan of Commercial Retail Advisors, LLC represented the landlord, Shoppes at Continental Ranch, LLC, and the tenant was represented by Bonnie Arlia and Brian Gast of Velocity Retail Group. Commercial Retail Advisors, founded in 2001, specializes in the leasing and sales of shopping centers and retailer tenant representation throughout southern Arizona.

RETAIL – 5420 East Broadway, Ste 234, Tucson, AZ
Bayleaf Foods, LLC has leased 1,253-square-feet at 5420 East Broadway Boulevard, Suite 234, located within the Plaza at Williams Centre. The tenant plans to open Fruitshack Smoothies and Yogurt in the space. Andy Seleznov, Melissa Lal, and George Larsen of Larsen Baker represented the landlord.  Jeramy Price of Volk Company represented the tenant.

RETAIL – 6781 N Thornydale Rd., Ste 229, Marana
Kevin Volk and Jeramy Price of Volk Company handled a lease for 1,200-square-feet between SCG-Northpointe, LLC and Ken Sprague and Jessica Sprague, dba Stained Purity Tattoo, at 6781 North Thornydale Road, Suite 229. The space is located within Northpointe Shopping Center, which is located at Thorndyale Road and Costco Drive near Costco and Home Depot.

RETAIL- 4514 E Broadway Blvd., Tucson
Goddess Lashes, LLC, leased a 1,200-square-foot space at 4514 East Broadway Boulevard. The space is located within Midstar Plaza. The landlord, Midstar Partners, L.L.C., was represented by Nancy McClure of CBRE and Kevin Volk of Volk Company represented the tenant.

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Tucson Lease Report November 6-10, 2017

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Tucson Lease Report Nov. 6-10, 2017

The following commercial leases were reported to the Real Estate Daily News for the Tucson Lease Report from Nov 6 thru 10, 2017.

INDUSTRIAL – 2850 E. VALENCIA RD., TUCSON
Port Plastics, Inc. leased 12,066 sq. ft. of industrial space at 2850 E. Valencia Road. Crystal Jutte from Mohr Partners and Rob Glaser of Cushman Wakefield | PICOR represented the tenant. Tim Healy and Bob DeLaney of CBRE represented the landlord, MAS Real Estate Services, Inc, in the transaction.

OFFICE – 3275 W. INA RD., TUCSON
SIG Network, Inc., leased 4,887-square-feet at 3275 West Ina Road, Suite 165. The space is located within Ina Corporate Center. The landlord, Caldor Investments of Arizona, L.L.C., was represented by Tom Nieman of PICOR. Kevin Volk of Volk Company represented the tenant.

OFFICE – 406 N. CHURCH AVE., TUCSON
Allikat Productions leased 4,253-square-feet of office space at 406 N. Church Avenue in the El Mirador building. Alan Moore of Chapman Lindsey Commercial Real Estate Services represented the tenant. Bruce Suppes and David Volk of CBRE represented the landlord, El Mirador Partners LLC, In the transaction.

RETAIL – CAMPBELL AVE & 6th ST., TUCSON
Southern Arizona Urgent Care, LLC leased 3,468-square-feet at Sam Hughes Place, located at the corner of Campbell Ave. and 6th St. in Tucson, from B33 Sam Hughes Place, LLC.  This will be SAUC’s ninth location in Tucson.  Aaron LaPrise, Retail Specialist with Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR, handled this transaction.

INDUSTRIAL – 4175 S. FREMONT AVE., TUCSON
Filter Products Corporation expanded their warehouse at 4175 S. Fremont Ave. in Tucson by 3,120-square-feet, leasing from Doubletree Investments, Inc. Stephen D. Cohen and Russell W. Hall, SIOR, GSCS, Industrial Specialists with Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR, represented the landlord.  Tim Healy with CBRE, represented the tenant.

RETAIL – 4627 E. SPEEDWAY BLVD., TUCSON
Moon Light Hookah Lounge, LLC leased 2,212-square-feet at 4627 East Speedway Boulevard, Tucson. The space is located at Mission Plaza, a Sprouts-anchored shopping center at the northwest corner of Speedway and Swan. Jeramy Price and Kevin Volk of Volk Company represented the Landlord, Brazo, LLC.

RETAIL – 3001 N. SWAN RD., TUCSON
Starbucks Corporation leased 2,200-square-feet at 3001 N. Swan Rd., located at the northwest corner of Swan and Fort Lowell Rds. in Tucson, from ADG Swan, LLC.  Greg Furrier, Retail Specialist with Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR, represented the tenant.  Stephen Grimm with Grimm Commercial represented landlord.

RETAIL – 143 N. STONE AVE., TUCSON
Templo Fitness leased 1,758-square-feet of retail space at 143 N. Stone Avenue. Esther Empens of Tierra Antigua represented the tenant. Ian Stuart of CBRE represented the landlord, the City of Tucson, in the transaction.

OFFICE – 899 N. WILMOT RD., TUCSON
Dr. Austin Allen Gentry, D.C. has renewed his lease of 1,557-square-feet at 899 N. Wilmot Road, Suite A-3, from Holland Arizona Investments, LLC.  Lori Casey and Cameron Casey of Oxford Realty Advisors handled the transaction.

RETAIL – 5827 N. ORACLE RD., TUCSON
Déjà Vu Too Antiques and Collectibles leased 1,320-square-feet in Placita del Norte Shopping Center, 5827 N. Oracle Rd. in Tucson, from CAS Real Property, LP.  Greg Furrier, Retail Specialist, and Diane Carlson, with Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR, represented the landlord and the tenant in this transaction.

RETAIL – 3805 W. RIVER RD., TUCSON
Top Deck Towers Cards & Games LLC, leased 1,200-square-feet at the Shoppes at Orange Grove. The space is located at 3805 West River Road, Suite 127. The tenant plans to sell tabletop games and host tabletop gaming. The center has one remaining 2,400-square- foot space available.  Kevin Volk and Jeramy Price of Volk Company represented the landlord, Orange Grove Center, LLC.

RETAIL – 9110 N. SILVERBELL RD., MARANA
AJ Squared, LLC leased 1,136-square-feet at the Shoppes at Continental Ranch, 9110 North Silverbell Road, Suite 170, in Marana. The landlord, Shoppes at Continental Ranch, LLC, was represented by Craig Finfrock of Commercial Retail Advisors. The tenant will open a Sylvan Learning Center to serve the Marana community. Kevin Volk of Volk Company represented the tenant.

RETAIL – 2737-A N. CAMPBELL AVE., TUCSON
Boost Mobile has signed a lease for 1,114-square-feet at 2737-A N. Campbell Avenue, Tucson, AZ in Campbell Avenue Strip Center located south of the southwest corner of Campbell Avenue and Glenn Rd. The franchisee Vendamerica, is one of the largest Boost Mobile dealers and has nearly 40 locations operating throughout Arizona, Colorado, Florida, and Texas. The new store is expected to open late December 2017. Zachary Morgan of Commercial Retail Advisors, LLC represented the Landlord, Zeta Partnership, and the Tenant was represented by Gordon Heckaman of De Rito Partners in this transaction.

RETAIL – 1200 N. EL DORADO PL., TUCSON
Secondary Marketing Services, LLC expanded their current space in El Dorado Square from El Dorado Ventures, LLC, leasing an additional 595-square-feet at 1200 N. El Dorado Pl., Suite H-820 in Tucson. Tom Nieman and Isaac Figueroa, Office Specialists with Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR, handled this transaction. Tom Nieman represented the landlord and Isaac Figueroa represented the tenant.

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BE HEARD Tucson at these Important Rezoning Meetings

BE HEARD Tucson at these Important Rezoning Meetings

TUCSON, ARIZONA — Several rezoning projects are asking for you to Be Heard, one in the City of Tucson and the other in Pima County. Don’t miss these chances to Be Heard!

First, support is needed at the Tucson Mayor and Council Hearing on TUESDAY NOVEMBER 21, 2017 at the Mayor and Council Chamber at City Hall, 255 W. Alameda, Tucson, AZ at 5:15 p.m.  As many of you know, rezoning is needed at the northeast corner of 22nd Street and Houghton Road for a new Neighborhood Shopping Center that will be anchored by a 99,000-square-foot Fry’s Food and Drug Store.

In the fall of 2016, the City of Tucson Mayor and Council approved the first part of this rezoning, the neighborhood plan amendment. After some procedural issues, it has made it through to the Zoning Examiner hearing AGAIN last month and will be heading to the Mayor and City Council this month.

Much of the success of this project so far is to the credit of the community members who have come to the hearings to voice their support for the project. These concerned citizens and business colleagues recognize that we all need to come together and support responsible growth in our community. The Save Houghton East Coalition is relentless in its opposition of this project and is being assisted by a larger group made up largely of “no growthers” who oppose nearly every new development project proposed in Tucson. They are often successful because of their well-organized, extremely vocal opposition to new development and most importantly, show up in large numbers to the Tucson Planning Commission, Zoning Examiner, and City Council hearings to voice their opposition to these new projects. If we want to see new, responsible growth in Tucson, we need to work together as a business community and rally supporters to attend and Be Heard at these public hearings to counter this opposition.

Please contact Craig Finfrock, CCIM, of Commercial Retail Advisors or Linda Morales of The Planning Center for more information and let them know if they can count on your support. Finfrock should be reached at 520.290.3200 or email him at cfinfrock@cradvisorsllc.com Morales is at 520.209.2632 or by email at lmorales@azplanningcenter.com.

Don’t miss this chance to Be Heard. If you are unable to attend this hearing, it would be greatly appreciated if you would email the Principal Planner and Mayor and City Council Members.

Support for a second rezoning project is also being asked of the community to Be Heard by Jason Tankersley, CEO of The Fairfax Companies.

Tankersley writes: I am attempting to open up another recycling and landfill facility in on South Wilmot Road in Tucson. I need your help!

There is no other facility like this one in the country. We will have manufacturing, mining, composting, landfill, and recycling all in the same facility.

PLEASE, help us in opening this new amazing facility. (attached is a site plan and narrative describing the uses)

This project and my company need all the community support we can get. I have drafted copies of letters and request calling the Supervisors’ offices to help. The Planning and Zoning Commission Vote will be held on Wednesday, November 29th, so please don’t delay. Letters, faxes, or calls will be helpful. Please contact Tankersley at 520.290.9313 or email him at Tank@ffxsite.net for more information.

BE HEARD Tucson at these Important Rezoning Meetings