Carlisle Companies signs lease at Hines’ Kierland One building

Kierland One (submitted photo)

Kierland One (submitted photo)

Cushman & Wakefield, a global leader in commercial real estate services, announced that Carlisle Companies has leased 46,503 square feet at Kierland One, 16430 N. Scottsdale Road in Phoenix.

The Fortune 1000 company is relocating its corporate headquarters from North Carolina to Arizona by year-end, with plans for over 100 executive and management positions, according to a press release.

The Cushman & Wakefield team of Jeff Hartland and Scott Boardman represented the landlord, Hines, during the lease transaction. Tom Adelson with CBRE represented Carlisle Companies.

“We are very excited that Carlisle Companies selected Kierland One for its corporate headquarters,” stated Chris Anderson, managing director with Hines, in the release. “The selection process came together because of the efforts of many, including the city of Phoenix, the state of Arizona, GPEC and ACA. Hines is proud that Kierland One offered Carlisle the strategic location and business environment that they were looking for to grow their global company.”

Built in 1999, Kierland One is a 175,441 square foot, Class A, four-story office building that has a contemporary dual-paned, reflective glass exterior complimented with sandstone accents. The building has panoramic views of the McDowell Mountains and the Kierland Golf Course. Kierland One sits on the eastern edge of the 730-acre master-planned community of Kierland, home to the Westin Kierland Resort and Kierland Commons, an upscale outdoor lifestyle center with over 70 restaurants and stores.

Carlisle Companies is a global diversified company with operations in Mexico, Netherlands, Germany and China, that designs, manufactures and markets a wide range of products that serve a broad range of niche markets. For more information visit

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