AZ Daily Star Guest Post by Gabriela Rico
An Australian mining company planning to develop a mine in Patagonia has leased new office space in Tucson. South32, with operations in Australia, South Africa, Mozambique, Columbia, and the United States, leased a 13,918-square-foot office at Cambric Corporate Center, 1860 E. River Road, from WCCP Copper Point LLC.
South32 bought the proposed mining site, just south of Tucson, in 2018 with plans for an underground mine operation.
The company recently published a pre-feasibility study for the zinc-lead-silver Hermosa Mine project. The company said it will be a “next generation mine” using automation and technology to minimize environmental impact.
Richard M. Kleiner, with Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR, represented the tenant, and Philip Skillings with NAIHorizon represented the landlord.
Other local [C&W | PICOR] commercial transactions include:
Tamara Aidi leased 2,400 square feet of industrial space at Exchange Place Business Center, 1870 W. Prince Road, from Pegasus Tucson Owner LLC. Paul Hooker and Andrew Keim, with C&W | PICOR, represented the landlord.
GardaWorld Security Services leased 1,207 square feet of office space at Campbell Plaza Office Building, 2980 N. Campbell Ave., from DSW IREIF Tucson Retail OwnerLLC. Ryan McGregor and Thomas J. Nieman, with C&W | PICOR, represented the landlord. Bruce Suppes and Diane Carlson, with CBRE, represented the tenant.
AZ Construction & Renovation LLC leased 900 square feet of industrial space at South Dodge Business Center, 3621 E. 44th St., from Pegasus Tucson Owner LLC. Paul Hooker and Andrew Keim, with C&W | PICOR, represented the landlord.
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