Saint-Gobain Glass Leases 140,000 Square Feet of Manufacturing Space

Date: 14 October 2011
GOODYEAR, AZ-Saint-Gobain Glass Corp., an international manufacturer and distributor of flat glass and energy-efficient building materials, has signed a long-term lease for 140,817 square feet in what was once the Rubbermaid manufacturing plant.

The French-headquartered company’s deal brings the 752,835-square-foot facility to full occupancy, with two other tenants already ensconced in the facility.

The company is currently moving into the space at 17300 W. Broadway Rd. and will use it to install reflective surfaces on glass plates as part of a solar panel manufacturing process. Pat Feeney with CBRE’s Phoenix office says manufacturing won’t begin immediately, as heavy equipment installation and tenant improvements are involved with the move-in process.

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