FOR(U)M Real Estate Opportunities
LFA For(u)m connects Arizona developers to our large and growing network of locally-owned businesses to enhance connection to place in infill and adaptive reuse projects across the Valley. Below are some of our developer members' current projects.
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South Scottsdale, WEtta Ventures
TWO SPACES REMAINING
Wetta Ventures offers two spaces, 2.5K and 3.5K sq. ft, of purpose-built restaurant space, with ample patio space amidst massive SkySong mixed-use development in south Scottsdale. This unique development includes access to 3K square-feet of edible garden space, curated and maintained by local gardener Agriscaping.
Dedicated parking onsite, and part of multi-phase in-progress development including ASU SkySong tech hub/incubator, 1.2M SF office development, apartments, and hotel space. Includes year-round catering opportunities as "preferred vendor" for plaza.
Maple House Redevelopment,
NE Central Phoenix, Wetta ventures
Following their pattern of strategic adaptive reuse projects, Wetta Ventures has purchased and is redeveloping the former Maple House Furniture, located minutes from the Camelback Corridor and Arcadia.
The project will split the original store site into two, freestanding buildings for office tenants (up to 5100 SF divisible) and a restaurant tenant (2500 SF).
Onsite, dedicated parking, located right on Indian School Rd with new roof, plumbing, electrical, and exposed ceilings. Interiors built to suit, and proximal to SR 51 and numerous new housing developments & entertainment venues including The Rebel Lounge and Helton Brewing.
CB20, Town & Country, Wetta Ventures
One of the City of Phoenix's "Midcentury Marvels," Wetta Ventures has lovingly preserved the former Paul Johnson Jewelers across the street from the historic Town & Country shopping center, and blocks from the marquee Biltmore Fashion Park.
Built in 1966, the office building is now one of the last of its kind. Purchased from a single-tenant law firm, Wetta has returned the site to its original form including emphasis on cantilevers, and reproducing its circular monument sign for maximum visibility. Currently up to 4800 SF, divisible, remains for a creative office/retail tenant in high-traffic, high-income area