Irgens announces new development at Perimeter Center in Scottsdale

An artist’s rendering of IrgensPerimeter Center (Submitted photo)

Irgens — Phoenix has announced the groundbreaking of its newest development, 17 Three Hundred at Perimeter Center in Scottsdale.

The two-story, Class A office building, which is located at 17300 N. Perimeter Drive, is scheduled for completion in October, according to a press release.

“This project is the second building within the Irgens Perimeter Center project,” Jason Meszaros, senior vice president and managing regional director of Irgens, said in a prepared statement.

“The building is already attracting substantial tenant interest and we anticipate a fast lease-up.”

Irgens purchased an existing building and the acreage for this second structure in 2015. After leasing the first building, Irgens sold it to Wan Hai Lines in 2017, according to a press release.

“We are now eager to get this second phase out of the ground and available to the market,” Mr. Meszaros said. “The Perimeter Center is recognized for offering the highest quality of space and the availability of sizable floor plates has diminished. Pent up demand in the area is ready for some inventory to lease.”

The office and healthcare building will contain approximately 47,322 square feet of space. The building will offer extensive glass lines and contemporary horizontal window shades. Spacious balconies, operable windows and abundant, mature landscaping also will be featured.

“The Scottsdale Airpark submarket finished 2018 with a vacancy rate below 10 percent,” Mr. Meszaros said.

“New construction in the area remains extremely limited and our project is poised to offer the Class A space for which this area of Scottsdale is recognized. The medical industry continues expanding in this area, looking to serve the increasing population moving to North Scottsdale. Traditional office users also will be attracted to this property because of its finishes and convenience.”

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