Corporate business growth in Chandler is driving the city’s need for more hotels and more extensive event space, according to city officials.
The nonprofit charter school serves students in grades five through 12.
The company will consolidate its headquarters in the new facility.
Northrop Grumman celebrated a ribbon cutting of its new, 633,000-square-foot complex in Chandler on Nov. 12. The new building is home to about 2,500 employees focused on missile defense work at located at 1575 S. Price Road.
The Scottsdale-based movie theater chain has announced its intent to build a new entertainment center in the mall.
Chandler officials have priotized infill in retail areas situated on the corners of major city intersections.
Developer George Oliver completed a $38.8 million acquisition for two office buildings in downtown Chandler, the company announced Oct. 21.
As the city of Chandler approaches build-out, officials say more than half of the remaining 13% of vacant land is zoned for commercial, office and industrial use—and they say they largely hope to keep it that way despite an ongoing push from homebuilders to occupy some of those vacant spaces.
The new Marriott Phoenix Chandler Hotel is a full-service hotel in the heart of the city’s Price corridor. Located at 1600 S. Price Road, the new hotel will have the largest hotel conference space in Chandler with more than 26,000 square feet of flexible meeting space, 264 rooms, a swimming pool, indoor and outdoor lounging areas and a fitness center.
The city’s vision for downtown Chandler is one of an urban feel with more event space—and much more square footage in the entertainment district, according to officials.
After a two-year multi-million dollar renovation, the DoubleTree by Hilton Phoenix Chandler opened Aug. 6 off of I-10 and Chandler Boulevard.
Construction started on a 220,000-square-foot medical tower at Dignity Health Chandler Regional Medical Center in July.
City of Chandler officials confirmed July 24 that Cheba Hut, Tipsy Egg and The Uncommon will all soon be coming to downtown.
Construction of a 206,283-square-foot, $46 million senior living community in Chandler is slated to begin in September, according to a news release from Cadence Living, an owner and developer of senior living communities.