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Cushman & Wakefield announced that Bright Land Holdings, LCC purchased the Central Avenue and Indian School Road development site, located at 4040, 4050 and 4060 N. Central Avenue in Phoenix, for $6.1 million from 4040 N. Central, LLC (Glasir Capital Partners).

Cushman & Wakefield Executive Managing Directors David Fogler and Steven Nicoluzakis represented the seller and Cushman & Wakefield Managing Director Mark Bramlett represented the buyer.

“This site has excellent development potential for developers to pursue high-density multifamily development. With the limited availability of hard-corner, infill T.O.D. sites having great access to major job and transportation corridors, this site is perfectly positioned in the market,” said Nicoluzakis.

The 3.17-acre Central Corridor, transportation oriented development site is located south of the southwest corner of Central Avenue and Indian School Road. Located along the primary arterial that links the Central Corridor’s neighborhoods, including Downtown, Central Arts District, Midtown and Uptown.

Image courtesy of Cushman & Wakefield


  • Brian

    This site should be a historic site. The building occupied by Yoshi’s was originally a McDonalds. It was the first McDonalds ever to feature the golden Arches.

  • Robert Fleury

    i agree! We need to start a petition. LOL

  • Terry Szukaitis

    That is the most rediculous thing I ever heard. Maybe if it was still a McDonalds with all the original features, but it’s not, so build some apartments and throw an urban McDonalds down stairs and call it a day 🙂