Casa Grande Commercial Real Estate Services
Experience the Whirlygig Difference
Whirlygig Properties has been finding companies like yours the perfect space or investment in Casa Grande, Arizona for over 20 years.
You need a team of commercial real estate professionals that can bring a personal touch backed by decades of experience. Whirlygig is a team of problem solvers leveraging the latest in insight and technology to help you successfully develop your property, manage assets, or find the perfect space.
Gain from our vast network in Arizona and our extensive expertise in all facets of the commercial real estate transaction process to unlock your opportunity in Casa Grande.
Whirlygig has been a mainstay in Arizona for over two decades, and has developed over 2 million SF of retail, office, and industrial space in Southern Arizona, including Casa Grande.
We’re a small team with a vast amount of experience and expertise throughout each and every role in the commercial real estate transaction process. We’ll advocate on your behalf and get you the best fit and deal.
Innovative & Purposeful
In our development process, we place an emphasis on sustainability and efficiency as a vehicle to longevity and profitability.
Casa Grande, Arizona
Casa Grande is a city in Pinal County, approximately halfway between Phoenix and Tucson in the U.S. state of Arizona. According to U.S. Census estimates, the population of the city is 55,477 as of 2017. It is named after the Casa Grande Ruins National Monument, which is actually located in Coolidge. “Casa Grande” is Spanish for “big house”. Over time, the city has become home to many Phoenix or Tucson urbanites who own homes in Casa Grande. Most residents either commute north to work in the Phoenix metropolitan area, or to the south, to work in Tucson. This trend has contributed to growth in the service industry of Casa Grande. Many new businesses such as restaurants, gas stations, and retail outlets are opening throughout the city in order to keep up with demand from the growing population. Additionally, Casa Grande was a candidate for Tesla’s Gigafactory 1 in 2014. Read More