Summit Vacant Land

E of the NEC of Verrado Way and Fillmore (Energy Way) Buckeye, AZ 85396

E of the NEC of Verrado Way and Fillmore (Energy Way), Buckeye, AZ, 85396
E of the NEC of Verrado Way and Fillmore (Energy Way), Buckeye, AZ, 85396
FOR SALE
Property Type:
Multifamily Land
Amount:
$5,212,681
Last Verified:
Mar 21, 2019

Highlights

  • ±18.41 Acres or ±801,951 SF
  • Water Capacity of 201 gpm; supplied by City of Buckeye
  • 1 block south of I-10
  • Just East of the WestMEC Southwest Campus and BUHSD Learning Center, and local APS Center
  • Within Luke AFB Notification Area

Description

The property is currently ±801,951 SF available on the southern portion of its designated land parcel. It's ideal for multi-family development, education facilities, assisted living facility, flex warehouse, and data centers. Water supply provided by City of Buckeye. Property is within the Luke Air Force Base Notification Area.

Nearby MEC Southwest Campus, BUHSD Learning Center, and is just minutes south of the I-10. The northern neighboring landowner of the property is Summit Church.

The property is currently ±801,951 SF available on the southern portion of its designated land parcel. It's ideal for multi-family development, education facilities, assisted living facility, flex warehouse, and data centers.

Nearby MEC Southwest Campus, BUHSD Learning Center, and is just minutes south of the I-10. The northern neighboring landowner of the property is Summit Church.

Lot Size: 18.41 acres

Map of E of the NEC of Verrado Way and Fillmore (Energy Way), Buckeye, AZ, 85396

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