The Cubes at Glendale

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The Cubes at Glendale is a 335-acre industrial park featuring both speculative and build-to-suit development opportunities in Phoenix’s West Valley submarket.

This is a master-planned industrial park development, which upon completion, will feature 5.5 million square feet at the intersection of Reems Road and Northern Avenue in the West Valley submarket of Phoenix.

Located in Glendale, Arizona, the site is strategically located within the Loop 303 Corridor and the newly-constructed Northern Parkway, providing premium access points for trucks and employees. The site also sits across from Luke Air Force Base, a major training base for the U.S. Air Education and Training Command.

The area has become an industrial hotspot due to a strong labor market, strategic location and business-friendly fundamentals. Phoenix saw approximately 22 million square feet of industrial commitments in 2020, with around 75 percent occurring in the West Valley.

CRG began construction on Building B (1.2M SF) in August 2022. Completion is anticipated to occur in Q3 2023. Connect with our team to learn about leasing opportunities.

The park is being developed in phases over a five-year period with additional speculative developments, built-to-suit developments and improved lot sales.

The Cubes at Glendale is home to Williams Sonoma, U.S. Merchants and is surrounded by Red Bull, White Claw, Ball Corp., Amazon, Walmart and FedEx.

Project Documents:
The Cubes at Glendale: Project Brochure
The Cubes at Glendale: Building B Brochure
The Cubes at Glendale: Building E Brochure
The Cubes at Glendale: Building G Brochure

Recently Completed Building B




Phoenix, Arizona


±2,970,000 SF



  • Overview: ±335 Acre Master Planned Industrial Park totaling over 5.5 million square feet
  • Available Opportunities: Speculative Building and Built-to-Suit
  • Location: The Cubes at Glendale is minutes from the confluence of Loop 303 and the Northern Parkway ideally located to serve Arizona as well as the key markets in the Western United States including San Francisco, Ports of Los Angeles & Long Beach, New Mexico, Utah and Nevada.


Building B: ±1.2 MSF
Building D: ±637,000 SF
Building E: ±570,000 SF
Building G: ±1.2 MSF