Superstition Commerce Park in Mesa, Sells for $8.8 Million

Cassidy Turley, a leading commercial real estate services provider in the U.S., has announced the sale of Superstition Commerce Park, a 15.97-acre industrial project west of the northwest corner of U.S. Highway 60 and Sossaman Road. Phoenix-based Verde Investments, Inc. purchased the property for $8.8 million from Delta SCP, LLC. The buyer is an owner/user and plans to occupy the project.

Superstition Commerce Park
Superstition Commerce Park

Cassidy Turley Executive Managing Directors Andy Markham, SIOR, and Mike Haenel and Vice President Will Strong negotiated the transaction on behalf of the seller. Lee & Associates represented the buyer.
Superstition Commerce Park includes two existing buildings and ±5.49 acres of fully improved land for future expansion. The existing buildings are a ±49,438 square foot back office building at 7457 East Hampton Avenue and a ±57,793 square foot flex/industrial building at 7465 East Hampton Avenue.

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