Innovative Design Concept for Deer Valley Industrial Park

by Mike Hunter

TTR Industrial Park, a 12-acre project east of the Deer Valley Airport, is being designed with all metal buildings that have an emphasis on contemporary architectural design. The design vocabulary focuses on the clean and crisp architectural surface and qualities of metal buildings that maintain their allegiance to several benefits over other construction methods, namely clear span construction without interior column posts and being fully insulated. Other benefits include no common walls, as each project is free-standing on its own lot. Each lot features large, outside secure asphalt storage areas with concrete masonry unit walls and steel gates; evaporative warehouse cooling systems; and skylights. Mike Morton, developing the project under his newest venture Morton Development LLC, also incorporated a common area retention into the park so that each lot is able to maximize and utilize every square foot of its land area. 

The site is zoned A-1 industrial. When completed, the park will feature 14 free-standing industrial buildings and condo units with large and secure private yards. The light industrial office/warehouse buildings will range from 7,500 square feet to 15,000 square feet.

“We wanted a concept for an industrial park that reaches out to a niche market; users of about 10,000 square feet are our sweet spot,” Morton says. “We wanted a stand-alone facility and not the tract home industrial look predominantly available in the Deer Valley submarket. It was evident to me that the submarket was absent of an industrial park that offered a unique, affordable, and feature-packed ownership experience.”

Cawley Architects is the design firm behind the innovative concept that is being employed at this business park for the first time in the Valley. Completion dates are late 2018 and early 2019. TTR Business Park LLC is the general contractor; Luke Land Realty has the marketing assignment.

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