Camroad Properties Now Offering Commercial Real Estate Along Phoenix Metro Light Rail Line Other Office Space Available throughout the State of Arizona

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Camroad Properties now has Arizona commercial real estate along the Phoenix Metro Light Rail Line. The Phoenix commercial property is among one of many offerings of prime office space in Phoenix and throughout Arizona.

Camroad Properties is now offering office space and commercial real estate leases that are along the Phoenix Metro Light Rail line in the state of Arizona. A public transportation system with the capacity to carry 15,000 passengers per hour, the Phoenix Metro Light Rail and the Airport People Mover will have a terminal directly next to one of Camroad's many properties to lend another level of convenience to tenants of the building.

The Phoenix Metro Light Rail is a project with plans for an initial 20-mile line in the cities of Phoenix, Tempe, and Mesa already well-implemented. Future plans for the system include Scottsdale and downtown Glendale, expanding the reach of the Light Rail line to other metropolitan areas. Capable of traveling up to 55 mph and carrying 450 passengers in a single three-car train, the 20-mile line of the Phoenix Metro Light Rail is expected to be completed no later than 2008.

“The construction of a Phoenix Metro Light Rail stop and Sky Harbor Airport People Mover Terminal that will be within walking distance to one of our buildings is a testament to our central location,” said Judy Tucker, Property Manager. “Camroad Properties prides itself on its ability to offer businesses a variety of Phoenix-area office space choices that are central to economic activity. We are pleased that our clients will have such an all-around advantage with the Light Rail, and pledge to continue in our mission to provide some of the most prestigious commercial property available in Arizona.”

Camroad Properties currently owns more than half a million square feet of office space throughout Phoenix, Tempe, and Mesa and counts such high-profile companies as, Leo Daly AIA, US Senator Jon Kyl, Ohio Savings Bank, National Bank of Arizona, Shamrock Foods, Coldwell Banker, Wells Fargo, and First American Title along with 150 other tenants. One of Camroad's properties, an approximately 45,000 square-foot Phoenix office space at 120 N. 44th Street, is directly next to a stopping point of the Phoenix Metro Light Rail and Airport People Mover Terminal. Tenants of the building will be within walking distance of the stop where they will be able to avoid rush hour traffic and quickly arrive at their destination along the rail line, from Chris-Town Mall in Phoenix to Tempe.

Camroad Properties specializes in office space in the prestigious Camelback corridor area, the 16th, and the 44th streets, of the greater Phoenix metropolis. These areas, as well as the East Valley area where additional commercial properties are available, are thriving economic centers that give clients the ability to take advantage of the benefits offered by prime locations. Camroad's unique local-ownership approach to commercial real estate management allows them to offer an unbeatable response time to requests for office space or assistance with an existing lease. The buildings are an average of no more than 15 years old and are continually being improved and renovated to remain on the leading edge of industry standards. The higher-than-average occupancy rates of Camroad commercial properties are a testament to the company's dedication to only the best in customer service and commercial real estate management.

Camroad Properties has a continually updated portfolio of Arizona commercial real estate on their website at The portfolio includes all commercial property and details about locations, square footage, year built, and current status. The Camroad website also offers resources for clients both current and prospective, as well as a corporate profile.

Anyone interested in receiving more information about commercial properties owned by Camroad is encouraged to contact the company at or by phone at 602.956.2200.

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