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Cadence McShane Completes Scottsdale Crossing Building One for TIG Real Estate Services, Inc.

October 14, 2013

Srinath Pai Kasturi, LEED AP, Vice President - General Manager of Cadence McShane Construction Company, is pleased to announce that the firm has completed the construction of Scottsdale Crossing Building One, a new 27,500 square foot light industrial/office/flex speculative development on behalf of developer, TIG Real Estate Services, Inc.

The facility was constructed on an eight-acre site located at 5900 Highway 183-A within TIG Real Estate Services, Inc.’s Scottsdale Crossing Commerce Park in Cedar Park, Texas.  Cedar Park has been recognized as one of the fastest-growing suburbs in America and is located just 17 minutes from downtown Austin, Texas.  The city has grown by more than 400% in the last decade. 

Cadence McShane constructed the single-story facility utilizing a tiltwall panel exterior accented with attractive glazing elements.  The building also includes aluminum windows, overhead dock doors and a 5:1,000 parking ratio.  With tenant space available from 1,560 to 27,500 square feet, the building offers the flexibility to support either a single- or multi-tenant environment.  Sitework consisted of the building’s parking and sidewalk areas, service drive, retaining walls, a water quality pond and low impact, xeriscaped landscaping.           

“Cadence McShane Construction’s on-time completion of Scottsdale Crossing Building One will facilitate TIG’s leasing and marketing efforts within the local market,” remarks Kasturi.  “This modern industrial/office/flex facility will afford tenants with the opportunity to enjoy the advantages of new construction, configuration flexibility and operations efficiency within this growing commercial area.” 

Scottsdale Crossing Commerce Park features a Triple Freeport Tax Exemption designation and provides convenient access to the Cedar Park Regional Medical Center and Cedar Park Center, a world-class sports and entertainment venue within central Texas. 

Austin, Texas-based Studio 8 Architects provided the architectural services for the assignment.