Phoenix-based ViaWest Group sold Tiger Industrial for $6.33 million. Located at 4901-4929 W. Van Buren Street, the 103,511 SF industrial property was originally part of a larger portfolio of thematic properties purchased in 2014.
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ViaWest Group recently announced that it has closed on the purchase of a 10-story office building and semi...
ViaWest Group has purchased Blackhawk Corporate Center I, II and III. The center is located at 20401 N 29th Avenue, 2902 and 3010 W Agua Fria Freeway in Phoenix, AZ. The center contains approximately 252,350 square feet within three freestanding campus-style buildings.
Chicago based GrubHub Inc. has chosen a creative, spec office space at San Tan Tech Center to open their Chandler, AZ office.
Recent leasing activity from Jichasa and Roane Transportation have increased occupancy at ViaWest’s El Paso property to 94%. The project was just 50% leased when ViaWest acquired the asset in 2015.
CBRE and ViaWEst Group have announced that Fin, a virtual assistant company, has signed an 8,081-square-foot lease in The Monroe.
Biltmore Center has undergone an award-winning renaissance since being acquired by ViaWest Group. The most recent addition is a signature sculpture by local artist Brad Konick as a focal point of the development’s core.
Oklahoma City, OK based Hunphreys Fund I, LLC purchased the 118,853 square foot property from ViaWest Group.
Software company Integrate is moving into newly build-out penthouse space in downtown Phoenix. The tech company is taking the 19th floor at the 111 W. Monroe Street building in the heart of downtown/ “Downtown wasn’t even a consideration when Integrate started this process, but the tremendous potential of this building – combined with the exciting restaurant, residential and high-tech tenant activity happening downtown – ultimately made this a very easy choice,” said Ryan Bartos of JLL, who represented the company and managed the build out of the space.
Freshly has just signed a lease for a 13,000-square-foot space at The Monroe Building at 111 W. Monroe St., which will house customer support and more engineers. Freshly CEO Michael Wystrach said the company is looking to hire more than 150 and will open before the third quarter of this year. “We’re excited to invest and build jobs in Phoenix and to bring in really top notch jobs downtown,” he said. “We’re excited to come back with its bustling tech scene.”