Logistics business partner Kenco Logistics is looking to transform a warehouse into an office building in the Phoenix suburb of Glendale.
The company has secured $30 million in a financing deal, and it has already signed a lease for space on the second floor.
Kenco said it expects to employ 50 to 60 people at its facility.
Kencomas headquarters will be on the first floor, where a third-party is leasing space.
Kenco Logics plans to employ about 50 to 50 people at the facility, with the company also working to lease space on a third floor.
(Photo: Kenco)Kenco said its facility will be used for “a range of activities, including manufacturing, logistics, and other types of activities.”
The company said it plans to have a full-time human resources manager, as well as a senior engineer and a technical adviser to help run the facility.
The project is part of Kencos plan to expand its Phoenix footprint.
Kencomas is one of several companies in the United States that have recently started leasing office space.
In August, General Electric leased space on its 1,000-acre campus in Springfield, Mo.
That facility is now leased to General Dynamics, which is also expanding.
The Springfield facility also includes a new manufacturing facility.
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