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City of Buckeye votes 6-1 on planned development opposed by retirement community

BUCKEYE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) — Buckeye is one of the fastest growing cities in the country, but not all new development projects are welcomed with open arms. After an over 4-hour-long meeting, a proposed master plan development passed by a 6-1 vote Tuesday night.Festival Ranch North LLC’s master plan is to use 2,800 acres near the Central Arizona Project (CAP) canal, which is in North Buckeye, to build over 9,600 residential units, 4 schools, 700 acres of open space and over 400 acres of community parks. The development,...

BUCKEYE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) — Buckeye is one of the fastest growing cities in the country, but not all new development projects are welcomed with open arms. After an over 4-hour-long meeting, a proposed master plan development passed by a 6-1 vote Tuesday night.

Festival Ranch North LLC’s master plan is to use 2,800 acres near the Central Arizona Project (CAP) canal, which is in North Buckeye, to build over 9,600 residential units, 4 schools, 700 acres of open space and over 400 acres of community parks. The development, called North Star Ranch, would include commercial and mix-use employment areas, according to the developer’s attorney, Susan Demmitt.

People who live in the Festival Ranch communities packed the meeting room, with many having to stand up after seats were all taken and everyone going against the proposal.

“It just is not right,” said Tom Berry, a Sun City Festival resident.

Sun City Festival is a retirement community near Canyon Springs and Desert Oasis boulevards. Berry and other people living there are concerned their peace and quiet will be disrupted by the development. Another resident, Barbara Allison, said, “Sun City concept was supposed to be rather secluded for retirees so that they could live their years out and that’s the concept.”

One of the biggest concerns is heavy traffic. “Because the fact that the developer wants to use the very transportation spine of our community as their only way in and their only way out of their community,” said Berry.

Demmitt said Canyon Springs and Desert Oasis boulevards would be widened. “We have built new protections into this plan that didn’t exist before, specifically designed to address traffic,” Demmitt said.

The attorney also explained the development plan had already been approved in 2005 when it was under the name Spurlock Ranch Community Master Plan. She said that in the past 2 1/2 years, the developer has made changes to the plan following concerns from the public. Some of those changes include building height restrictions, fewer homes built and more open space.

However, during public comment, residents voiced their concerns with the overall plan. One resident did support the proposal. Another concern is that the developer still does not have a Certificate of a 100-year Assured Water Supply that’s required by the state.

“We’re working with the city of Buckeye to obtain the Certificate on the Assured Water Supply that we need in the city of Buckeye to move forward,” Demmitt said. And those have to be obtained for our project and for any project. We will do that in the coming months.”

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Buckeye is one of the fastest-growing cities in the country. Here's what's next

Buckeye, one of the fastest-growing cities in the country, isn't showing any signs of slowing down.The city's population ballooned from about 50,000 in 2010 to over 105,000 in 2022. And at about 640 square miles, geographically, Buckeye is the largest city in the state. But with a build-out percentage of 15% and a population that is only a fraction of the size of Phoenix's 1.6 million, developers have plenty of options when it comes to where exactly that growth will take place.Some of Buckeye's planned projects include a new sh...

Buckeye, one of the fastest-growing cities in the country, isn't showing any signs of slowing down.

The city's population ballooned from about 50,000 in 2010 to over 105,000 in 2022. And at about 640 square miles, geographically, Buckeye is the largest city in the state. But with a build-out percentage of 15% and a population that is only a fraction of the size of Phoenix's 1.6 million, developers have plenty of options when it comes to where exactly that growth will take place.

Some of Buckeye's planned projects include a new shopping center and revitalization of the city's historic downtown area. Here are the three fastest-growing areas in the city.

Verrado and Interstate 10

This intersection is a particularly hot spot for new development, said Buckeye Economic Development Director Suzanne Boyles.

The area recently got a new Costco at the southwest corner of the intersection. At the northeast corner, Vestar and DMB Associates are working to develop the new Verrado Marketplace. The mixed-use retail, dining and entertainment center will have over 500,000 square feet of retail and is expected to break ground in summer 2024.

The area has a total of 4.5 million square feet of planned development. And of that, 1.2 million will be built in the next two years, Boyles said.

The area will also see two new hospitals: Abrazo Community Health Network is planning one on the southwest corner, while Banner Health is developing one on the northwest corner.

Buckeye Rail Corridor

The Buckeye Rail Corridor is part of the city's effort to help support the city's growth. Plenty of new jobs will soon be available along the corridor, Boyles said. The Rail Corridor is located north of downtown Buckeye, with several developments along West Southern Avenue.

Ross Dress For Less purchased 213 acres of land near Rainbow Road and Southern Avenue for $28.3 million in January 2022. The 1.7 million-square-foot distribution center is expected to employ about 1,300 people.

Rehrig Pacific Company also began construction earlier this year on a new manufacturing plant, which is expected to bring 100 to 125 jobs by the time it becomes operational in 2024.

And Idaho-based KORE Power has begun construction on the 1 million-square-foot "KOREPlex" facility that will eventually bring about 3,000 jobs to the city. It’s about a mile from Buckeye’s downtown near State Route 85 and Baseline Road and will be the first lithium-ion battery plant in the country that is owned by a U.S. company.

Jackrabbit Trail and Indian School Road

The intersection at Jackrabbit Trail and Indian School Road has been another development hot spot because it was essentially a service desert in the city, Boyles said.

The development in that area expands over into Litchfield Park, with a lot of employment and residential development, Boyles said.

The area is home to a Fry's shopping center, where a new sit-down restaurant, Craftsman Cocktails & Kitchen, recently opened at the northwest section. The new Jackrabbit Ranch Marketplace is located at the southeast part of the intersection and has 75,000 square feet of retail over 3.5 acres. Some restaurants and retail include Macayo's, Goodwill and Popeye's.

Reach the reporter at ahardle@gannett.com or by phone at 480-259-8545. Follow her on X, formerly Twitter: @AlexandraHardle.

AOPA fly-in at the Buckeye Air Fair

Buckeye Municipal Airport (KBXK) Buckeye, AZ DOWNLOAD PILOT INFORMATION PACKETThe AOPA Fly-in at the Buckeye Air Fair will offer attendees the ultimate experience of quality aviation content that you are used to seeing at an AOPA fly-in with the fun and entertainment of an Air Fair. During this 3-day event, experience world class educational content, our large indoor Exhibit Hall with the latest new tech, gear, and services. Stro...

Buckeye Municipal Airport (KBXK) Buckeye, AZ

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The AOPA Fly-in at the Buckeye Air Fair will offer attendees the ultimate experience of quality aviation content that you are used to seeing at an AOPA fly-in with the fun and entertainment of an Air Fair. During this 3-day event, experience world class educational content, our large indoor Exhibit Hall with the latest new tech, gear, and services. Stroll the robust aircraft display or listen to a seminar in one of our three seminar venues (don’t forget the Pilot Town Hall with Mark Baker on Saturday!). When you are done with that, don’t forget to catch the Air Show on Saturday and Sunday, as well as all the Air Fair vendors on site.

Event Map Full Event Schedule

Be sure to bring the entire family! Buckeye Air Fair will have lots of activities for kids to do at the Buckeye Aviation Academy area including the Arizona SciTech area (free) and the Kids Zone.

Member Exclusive!

Join other AOPA Members, as well as senior leadership, in our Members Only AOPA Flightline Chalet. This Chalet offers prime viewing for the air show, partner giveaways, food and beverage, and meet and greets with influencers and AOPA Leadership. Please see an AOPA membership representative inside the Exhibit Hall to validate your membership to receive your VIP Wristband. At our Flightline Chalet we will be hosting the AOPA Welcome Reception Sponsored by uAvionix and AMBA on Friday where you will be entertained with a Private Twilight Airshow Performance. And on Saturday join us for the AOPA 85th Anniversary Party Presented by Aero-Space Reports at 4pm and watch the Airshow from our Flightline Chalet.

Members Only Chalet Hours: Friday 4pm-7:30pm (private viewing of airshow practice), Saturday 11am-8pm (Evening Airshow and Fireworks), Sunday 11am-4pm

Due to an overwhelming response to the AOPA Flightline Chalet at Buckeye, entry wristbands will be given out to the AOPA Member plus one guest and children under the age of 12. Please remember that you must stop by Member Services in the AOPA Exhibit Hall to receive your wristband for entry. We are expecting a very large attendance at our parties on Friday and Saturday evening that may result in a wait.

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Did someone say Air Show!? AOPA has put together an amazing line up of all things aviation to coincide with the Buckeye Air Fair Air Show schedule. Giving you the best of both worlds: quality exhibits, educational content, as well as the fun of an Air Show and full Air Fair. And this year Buckeye Air Fair has added a Twilight Airshow and Fireworks to the Saturday line up!

Visit one of our three seminar venues to hear from leading experts in the industry and in aviation safety, as well as seminars geared towards guiding you through your flight training journey all the way through to recurrency for those “Rusty Pilots” in our You Can Fly seminar tent.

Seminar Schedule

Take a stroll through the AOPA Exhibit Area and Aircraft Display to see, touch and experience the newest tech, gear, and services you need to make your next flight safer and more efficient. The industry’s leading manufacturers and suppliers will be there to talk with you about what’s new and upcoming.

We encourage you to come and make a weekend of the AOPA Fly-in at the Buckeye Air Fair. Hotel recommendations are listed below.

Camping

Aircraft camping registration is now FULL. If you are registered to camp, please see camping information here.

Commercial Air Travel

Southwest Airlines is pleased to offer AOPA Fly-in attendees discounted fares and an additional 25% bonus points. To utilize the discount, book via www.swabiz.com using Company ID 99405762. Discount valid for travel 2/11/2024 to 2/21/2024.

Rental Car Information

Rental car pre-registration has closed. Anyone who still needs a car can make a reservation via the Enterprise website to be picked up in Goodyear, AZ.

For those that have pre-reservations, keys can be picked up at the Volunteer Check-in hangar close to the shuttle stop. Advanced reservations required, no on-site car rentals will be available.

Hotel Information

AOPA has secured a special group rate for the following hotels.

Also NEW FOR 2024! Shuttle service provided by the City of Buckeye from these locations to the Buckeye Municipal Airport. Please see hotel shuttle schedule here.

Get a behind-the-scenes look at how AOPA puts on our events by working side-by-side with our team as a volunteer! Join other pilots and aviation enthusiasts serving in either airside or show-side roles: marshalling and parking aircraft, helping at our AOPA VIP tent on the flightline, assisting with event set-up or clean-up, or be of service to our exhibitors.

Hangout with your customers and show off your latest product or service by exhibiting at the AOPA Fly In at Buckeye Air Fair. Pilots and aircraft owners will be eager to not only see, but also learn, and buy; they’ll be hungry for the latest information on new aircraft, avionics, flight planning tools, safety resources, and aviation services.

2,000-acre tech park could be established in Buckeye for major employer

Update: In a unanimous vote, the city of Buckeye planning commission recommended approval for the new Buckeye Tech Corridor master plan during its Feb. 13 meeting. If approved by City Council, this will replace plans for Cipriani, the former master-planned community that was approved in 2008 but never built. Original story: A nearly 2,000-acre data center and technology campus could be developed west of Phoenix in a new corridor the city of Buckeye is looking to establish around its ...

Update: In a unanimous vote, the city of Buckeye planning commission recommended approval for the new Buckeye Tech Corridor master plan during its Feb. 13 meeting. If approved by City Council, this will replace plans for Cipriani, the former master-planned community that was approved in 2008 but never built.

Original story: A nearly 2,000-acre data center and technology campus could be developed west of Phoenix in a new corridor the city of Buckeye is looking to establish around its airport.

The Buckeye planning commission is scheduled to vote Feb. 13 on creating a designated technology center half a mile west of the Buckeye Municipal Airport, an area city officials have touted as ripe for growth.

The owner of the property, an entity connected to Phoenix-based Arizona Land Consulting LLC, has applied for a major amendment to the former Cipriani master plan in what is now being called the Buckeye Tech Corridor.

Arizona Land Consulting previously acquired about 2,000 acres for $40 million from the previous owners, Cipriani Land Holdings LLC, and has worked to establish an industrial core on the site since then.

The proposed plan would set up the overall property for future infrastructure and commercial development with industrial uses such as business parks, clean manufacturing, data centers, high tech, warehousing, office or retail.

If approved, this would replace the existing Cipriani master plan, which was approved in 2008 and proposed for nearly 10,000 residential units, 190 acres of commercial development and open space that was never built.

The site is located south of Interstate 10 and west of State Route 85. It's generally between 323rd Avenue and Johnson Road from west to east and Yuma Road to Southern Avenue from north to south.

Sources with knowledge of the site say a major employer is interested in acquiring a bulk of the 2,100 acres in the proposed tech corridor, while public documents show the site is slated for a "data center technology park."

The project narrative say that about 1,700 acres "is anticipated, but not required, to be developed in its entirety for data center and data center related uses" such as single or multi-tenant colocation and interconnection facilities.

The overall site in Buckeye could fit tens of millions of square feet of development. It would likely need major infrastructure work and be developed across multiple phases over time.

The city of Buckeye did not immediately respond to questions about the site. Arizona Land Consulting declined to comment.

Arizona is a top landing spot for major data center developments from companies such as Meta, Amazon and Google because of its lack of natural disasters, developable land, costs and low latency. About 325 megawatts of new data center capacity were under construction in the Valley at the end of 2023, while 3,215 megawatts sat in the pipeline.

A city report said the approval of the new master plan and a related development agreement are required to be approved by City Council. A council meeting date has not been set for these items.

Arizona Land Consulting is being represented by Berry Riddell LLC in the master plan application. HilgartWilson is the civil engineer and Espiritu Loci Inc. is the planning firm, according to documents submitted to the city.

Buckeye has been working to establish major industrial corridors along State Route 85 and has continued identifying large sites that could attract major employers to the city, including around the proposed State Route 30 and its airport.

"We look at that [airport] area of the community as another future economic engine for not only Buckeye but really for the region," Suzanne Boyles, Buckeye's economic development director, said at the Phoenix Business Journal's Growth Corridors panel on Feb. 8.

Boyles said the Buckeye Municipal Airport will be a significant airport in the future and that industrial uses will protect its future growth and expansion.

"We look at it as being a general aviation, cargo, military-type airport in the future, and so how do we create these very special mixed-use developments," she said at the panel.

AZ BIG Podcast: Heath Melton talks Teravalis in Buckeye

The latest episode of the AZ Big Podcast with Michael & Amy has officially dropped. Episode 120 features Heath Melton, President of the Phoenix Region at The Howard Hughes Corporation, who talks about the Teravalis in Buckeye.LISTEN HERE: Ep. 120: Heath Melton talks all things Teravalis in BuckeyeREAD ALSO: ...

The latest episode of the AZ Big Podcast with Michael & Amy has officially dropped. Episode 120 features Heath Melton, President of the Phoenix Region at The Howard Hughes Corporation, who talks about the Teravalis in Buckeye.

LISTEN HERE: Ep. 120: Heath Melton talks all things Teravalis in Buckeye

READ ALSO: 100,000-home Teravalis breaks ground in Buckeye

READ ALSO: Ep. 119: Craig Weems talks construction outlook for 2024

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Heath Melton is President of the Phoenix Region for Howard Hughes, overseeing the development of Teravalis, Howard Hughes’ new 37,000-acre master planned community located in Phoenix’s West Valley. Melton is a senior leader who has been with the company since 2015. In his previous role as Executive Vice President of Master Planned Communities in the Houston Region, Mr. Melton was responsible for residential planning and development of Howard Hughes’ three highly acclaimed MPCs in Texas: The Woodlands, Bridgeland and The Woodlands Hills.

Melton is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, earning a Bachelor of Science in business management and systems engineering. He served in the U.S. Army as a field artillery officer for five years, earning an Army Commendation Medal with Valor Device and Bronze Star.

Hosted by AZ Big Media Editor in Chief Michael Gossie and Publisher Amy Lindsey, we take you behind-the-scenes of some of the most compelling storylines in the Grand Canyon State. The AZ Big Podcast features guests from a variety of industries, including legal, real estate, hospitality, athletics and more. Each episode will be about 15 minutes long to provide quick and concise information about each topic. In other words, it’s an easy listen that’s perfect for your morning or afternoon commute. Episodes post weekly on Tuesdays and are available wherever you listen to podcasts.

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