JLL Completes Deer Valley Land Purchase; Announces Plans For 169,000 SF Industrial Project

first_imgThe Phoenix office of Jones Lang LaSalle completed a 9.4-acre land purchase for The MACK Company. The buyer will soon kick off construction at the site for the development of MACK Pinnacle, a new 169,000 SF, Class A industrial development.Located just west of the SWC of Pinnacle Peak Road and 7th St. in north Phoenix, the land for MACK Pinnacle sold for $2.685M. The new project is scheduled to complete in May 2014.The Jones Lang LaSalle team of Executive Vice Presidents Steve Sayre and Pat Harlan, and Associate Kyle Westfall, along with Jones Lang LaSalle Managing Directors Mark Detmer and Bo Mills, represented The MACK Company. Luke Lewis of Luke Land Realty represented the seller, 7th Street & Airport Drive II, LLC.According to JLL, MACK developed approximately 500,000 SF of industrial product in the submarket almost a decade ago. Its new project, MACK Pinnacle, will encompass two Class A industrial buildings, one at 90,575 SF and 30-foot clear height and the other at 78,281 SF and 24-foot clear height.Additional features include A-1 light industrial zoning, ESFR sprinkler system and a location on a major intersection with immediate access to the two main transportation corridors in the submarket, I-17 and the Loop 101 freeway.last_img read more

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Lumberjacks take in on the chin again from first-place Team USA Under-17 squad, 10-1

first_img Twelve ENDS IN Other Report a problem This item is… FOX Sports: Stream live NFL, College Footbal… Lemedy Women Padded Sports Bra Fitness Wo… × Report a problem This item is… Not relevant Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. × Displayed poorly Report a problem This item is… Ads by Amazon Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Inappropriate / Offensive Not relevant By Dave HartLocalSportsJournal.comNow the Muskegon Lumberjacks understand why Team USA’s Under 17 squad has a grip on first place in the USHL’s Eastern Conference.The Jacks have been hot in recent weeks and threatening to challenge for first place. But Team USA has been there twice to show Muskegon how good they still need to be.On Jan. 15 the Jacks suffered an 8-5 loss in Plymouth. On Saturday the result was even worse, a 10-1 thumping at the L.C. Walker Arena in front of 2,756 fans.Team USA scored five unanswered first period goals and continued the onslaught to gain the lopsided victory over the Lumberjacks.The 10 goals allowed marked the most Muskegon has relinquished this season.Muskegon struggled against a potent Team USA power play, letting in six of the ten goals during the man advantage.The Lumberjacks managed to find its lone goal on the power play, going 1-for-5 on the night.Jachym Kondelik makes a pass to teammate No. 22 Matt Staudacher. Photo/Leo Valdez“We knew that they can play, and we know they are skilled and talented,” said Lumberjacks coach John LaFontaine about the Under-17 squad. “You can’t give up quick goals to this team, because they have the offensive power to do what they just did to us.“You get knocked down, you get back up,” the coach added. “We got knocked down good, but if we don’t grow, if we make excuses, we won’t get back up.”The Lumberjacks are now 17-15-2 on the season, good for 36 points and fifth place in the USHL’s Eastern Conference.The Lumberjacks will look to close out the weekend on a winning note Sunday on the road against the Chicago Steel. Faceoff is slated for 4:05 p.m. EST.Team USA raced to a 5-0 lead on two first-period goals by Ryder Rolston and single tallies by Sean Farrell, Michael Gilden and Owen Lindmark.Muskegon pulled starting goaltender Keegan Karki after allowing his fifth goal on just 15 shots.Anthony Del Gaizo put the Lumberjacks on the board with two seconds left in the first period on a power-play goal.Team USA found second-period goals from Cody Caulfield and Matthew Boldy and added three more in the third. Caulfield scored twice more to complete the hat trick and Trevor Zigras added a tally to round out scoring for the visitors.Team USA outshot the Lumberjacks 38-36 as goalie Cameron Rowe stopped 35 shots in the win. Inappropriate / Offensive Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Other Other (3879) $0.00 Muskegon’ Lumberjacks forward Vincent de Mey . 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