Renovated retail, office space in Phoenix looking for tenants

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A redevelopment of retail and office space in Phoenix on Camelback Road and 20th Street is slated to be available in January 2016.

Wetta Ventures has announced that they will be redeveloping this 12,130 square foot, two-story building that is currently occupied. Renovation is to begin in early September and be completed and ready for tenant move-in by January 2016.

Michael Rumpeltin of Brick & West Design is leading the architectural design of the project.

“This intersection in the Camelback Corridor has become one of the most premier retail destinations in the metro Phoenix area,” said David Wetta, founder of Wetta Ventures. “Tenant demand is high for this area, due in part to the highly successful redevelopment of The Shops at Town & Country. Nordstrom Rack and Whole Foods recently opened and The Container Store will be open later this year. We are very excited to have an opportunity to redevelop in this area and introduce new and very cool retail and office space.”

Wetta Ventures is currently seeking prospective retail and office tenants that are looking to open during the first few months of 2016.

“Through the renovation process, the goal is to strip the building back to its essential forms, highlighting the concrete waffle slab structure and the building’s simple lines,” said Wetta. “New steel cladding will accentuate the strong horizontal lines of the building at the second floor and roof. A new, taller storefront will open up the building’s interior spaces to the outside along the east façade that will be accented with lush desert landscape.”

For more information on Wetta Ventures, visit www.wettaventures.com or call 602-478-3538.

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