The Cubes at Mesa Gateway
The Cubes at Mesa Gateway will be the largest development-ready industrial park in the Southeast Valley.
CRG and Clayco are the developer and builder team for The Cubes at Mesa Gateway, which will bring up to 4 million square feet of speculative and build-to-suit space to a 268-acre site in Mesa, Arizona, 20 miles southeast of Phoenix. The Cubes at Mesa Gateway will be the largest master-planned, development-ready industrial park delivered in the Southeast Valley hyper-growth submarket of Phoenix, which is expected to add over 120,000 residents by 2025.
“The Cubes at Mesa Gateway is in good company, joining a growing list of developments choosing to locate in Mesa,” said Mesa Mayor John Giles. “This is also a timely and exciting addition to the Gateway area and for the Southeast Valley, to help accommodate the growth and need for space for large users. We look forward to the groundbreaking!”
Strategically located between E. Pecos Rd. and E. Germann Rd. in southeast Mesa, The Cubes at Mesa Gateway is five miles from the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport and just south of the now under-construction AZ 24 freeway expansion, which will offer direct access to Loop 202 and the greater Phoenix area.
“The Cubes will be a tremendous addition to southeast Mesa and the region, providing more jobs and more business development opportunities in the fastest growing part of the east valley,” said Kevin Thompson, District 6 Councilmember. “With its proximity to Gateway Airport and the nearby freeways, District 6 is the perfect location for a major project like this.”
Catering to a wide range of users in bulk distribution, e-commerce fulfillment and specialized manufacturing, the development will be constructed by Clayco, with enterprise partner Lamar Johnson Collaborative as architect. Offsite infrastructure improvements to all four sides of the property will begin immediately and include road widening, installation of traffic signals and utility expansion. The first phase of vertical construction is slated to begin in second quarter 2022, with delivery of the first building expected to coincide with the completion of the AZ 24 expansion in the fourth quarter of 2022. The full site is expected to be completed in late 2024.