source: Phoenix Business Journal
A Chicago real estate developer wants to build a 21-story office tower that would be the first Class A building at the west end of downtown Phoenix.
Golub and Co. LLC, which developed the Scottsdale Waterfront, already has started preleasing the space and will seek property tax breaks from the city of Phoenix for 200 West Monroe. The 330,000-square-foot office building will cover the city block bounded by Van Buren and Monroe streets and Second and Third avenues. A parking lot and a shuttered auto repair shop are on the site now.
The Golub development could have a major impact …