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Commission reviews Pinal County destination resort project
CASA GRANDE, Ariz. (KSAZ) - A company planning to build a major theme park in Casa Grande is one step closer to making that plan a reality.
The city's Planning and Zoning Commission reviewed the "Dreamport Villages" project Thursday night. Block Sports Company is planning to build a $4 Billion destination resort near the junction of Interstate 8 and Interstate 10.
According to plans, the destination resort will be complete with a theme park, sports complex, indoor water park, and much more. Thursday night's meeting puts the company one step further in their plans.
Company representatives discussed both the northern and southern sides of the project. Some of the amendments considered at the Planning and Zoning Commission meeting involved structure height requirements, land use, and the keeping and maintenance of all existing trails on Casa Grande Mountain.
BREAKING: Arizona wins 2,000-worker, $700M auto plant in Casa Grande
Casa Grande in Pinal County is the new home of a 500-acre, $700 million, 2,000-employee automotive manufacturer.
Menlo Park, California-based Lucid Motors will build an electric vehicle manufacturing facility in Casa Grande and has plans to build its luxury electric vehicles for first sale in 2018.
It is gearing up to compete with Mercedes, Audi and BMW, not positioning itself as an alternative to Tesla Motors or Faraday EVs.
“It took a serious partnership of the state, (Pinal) county and (Casa Grande) to bring this deal together,” said Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey in an exclusive interview. “We made an extra effort to bring another major manufacturing facility to Arizona.”
Electric cars to be built in CG?
CASA GRANDE — A tech website has reported that a California-based electric car company plans to build an assembly plant in Casa Grande.
A tech website has reported that a California-based electric car company plans to build an assembly plant in Casa Grande.
One unnamed source told the website the factory will be built in Casa Grande, which happens to be one of the locations Elon Musk scouted for his own $5 billion Gigafactory to produce battery packs for Tesla vehicles. That facility ended up being built near Reno, Nevada.
PhoenixMart asks to manage pipeline extension
CASA GRANDE — PhoenixMart developers expect to have up to 275,000 square feet of concrete slab poured at the construction site by early next week.
Concrete trucks have been visiting the site, located at Florence Boulevard and Overfield Road, in recent days to pour at night. The company expects to have all 1.6 million square feet poured in the coming months. Marshall Stahl, CEO of PhoenixMart, said the company is on schedule to meet construction goals set earlier this year for the huge sourcing center. He still expects the main shell of the PhoenixMart building to be up by the end of this year.
PhoenixMart Executes Contract with Arizona-Based Concrete Subcontractor
On August 10th, 2016, PhoenixMart signed a contract with Hardrock Concrete Placement Co., Inc, a full-service commercial concrete subcontractor. Commencing in mid-August, Hardrock will start the process of pouring over 30,000 cubic yards of concrete for the massive PhoenixMart slab. In conjunction with this activity, Hardrock will begin to tilt-up the walls of the structure as well.
Established in 1989, Hardrock is a privately held company that services the Southwest with offices located in Phoenix, Tucson, and Albuquerque.
Source: PhoenixMart Construction Updates
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