Massive Phoenix Construction Gets Green Light During Pandemic
Construction has been booming in Phoenix for the past several months, even the pandemic hasn’t put a halt in any major construction projects. A new project is now approved with the expansion of Phoenix Mesa Gateway Airport.
The project started back in February and hasn’t slowed down. The area has grown quite a bit in the last few years, with a record 1.77 million passengers at Phoenix Mesa Gateway Airport in 2019. So, the project is being used as traction to grow the east valley even more.
The nine million dollar hangar and office development is looking to attract industrial and aerospace tenants at the Sky Bridge Arizona Business Park, which stretches 350 acres.
This is all due to the current Foreign Trade Zone Agreement, which places custom agents onsite at the airport for a seamless distribution between the United States, Canada, and Mexico, with custom approval.
The airport also is renovating retail and dining services, with five new dining options.
Thanks to the completion of the loop 202 in the east valley, Phoenix Mesa Gateway Airport is easy to access. It is also located near the Arizona State University’s Polytechnic, which has become a more popular campus.
Even with all of this progress, Phoenix Mesa Gateway Airport still sits in the shadow of Phoenix Sky Harbor. And with this not being the best year for airlines, the expansion comes at a bad time. However, when things are back to normal, Phoenix Mesa Gateway Airport will be ready with a new and improved renovation!
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