Photos: Dustin Revella Photography & Design

Power Marketplace

48,522SF | Four 12,100 SF Light Industrial Buildings  | Queen Creek, Arizona

Power Marketplace is speculative light industrial development featuring four buildings paired into two duplexes. Developed by Newport Development of Queen Creek and located in the Power Market Business Park, the project is designed to provide freestanding identities to companies needing to be close to the Williams-Gateway Airport regional submarket.

The larger Business Park has a design guideline emphasizing a “Western Territorial” architectural vocabulary. Like all projects in the park, this project addresses this requirement with design elements that refer to Queen Creek’s rural western heritage. For example, each duplex has a standing seam-sloped roof, and all buildings have sloped metal canopies over the vision windows and entrance glazing.

Another advantage of this development is the large secured private rear yards associated with each building. The project targeted a “sweet spot” of smaller¬† 12,000 to 15,000 SF freestanding buildings: in the submarket, and these four sold upon completion.

Owner: Newport Development
Contractor: Nordic Builders