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Cushman & Wakefield has a strong legacy of commercial real estate market leadership in Arizona. In 2015, the office completed 1,455 transactions with an overall transaction value of $2.64 billion. Based in Phoenix, the firm delivers tailored solutions in most major Arizona markets to help clients undertake any real estate challenge and achieve optimum, measurable outcomes. Cushman & Wakefield professionals provide their clients with unparalleled market knowledge backed by the industry’s finest research, marketing, mapping and support services. Committed to our community, we continue to give back through our work with industry and charitable organizations.

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  • Where History and Creativity Meet: The Warehouse District
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    At the turn of the century the Warehouse District was a state economic hub, where produce was housed from all of the state’s farms. Now, the district is playing an integral role once again. The once dormant buildings have recently been undergoing a rejuvenation, with redevelopment revitalizing the area for thriving businesses such as creative companies, event spaces and tech companies. The Warehouse District is just south of downtown Phoenix and encompasses the east to west area between 7th Street and 7th Avenue and the north to south area between Jefferson and Grant Streets. Mark Stratz and Scott Baumgarten, part of Cushman & Wakefield’s Phoenix office group, have multiple listings within the Warehouse District including 515 E. Grant Street. The 122,000-square-foot listing at Fifth and Grant Streets was built in 1946 as a cold storage grocery warehouse by Del Webb. Stratz says, “We’re selling more than just a building, we’re selling downtown,... Read more »

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