GLENDALE, AZ - Westgate Entertainment District has a new owner. Bob Parsons, the founder of GoDaddy and owner of YAM Properties, a commercial real ...
GLENDALE, AZ - Westgate Entertainment District has a new owner.
Bob Parsons, the founder of GoDaddy and owner of YAM Properties, a commercial real estate company in Phoenix, bought the 76-acre property for $133 million, his company announced on Tuesday.
The previous owner, iStar, put the property up for sale in April. The initial asking price was $142 million.
“The potential at Westgate is huge,” said Bob Parsons in a written statement. “Westgate currently offers visitors a wide variety of entertainment options, but we’re looking to develop features that will entice even more visitors and residents to this unique and vibrant Valley location.”
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The entertainment complex is located near the Loop 101 and Glendale Avenue and is home to several restaurants and bars like Dave & Buster's, Tavern + Bowl, an AMC Theatre, and offices and hotels.
The deal also includes 30-acres of undeveloped property. Parsons said future development possibly includes a boutique hotel, multi-family homes, office space and more entertainment projects, according to the news release.
Gila River Arena is next door to Westgate and University of Phoenix Stadium is not far away.
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