Goodyear Mayor Georgia Lord

Goodyear Mayor Georgia Lord, holding scissors, launched another new business, HD Supply White Cap construction supplies.

Ever wonder how much a convenience store costs? Well, if it also sells gas and is on a hot location - seven figures.

Marcus & Millichap, a real estate investment services firm, announced the sale of a Circle K at Pebble Creek Parkway and McDowell Road last week.

The price tag: $3.2 million.

The Circle K just opened and more is coming here.

“The 5,187-square-foot property is situated on 1.93 acres in a future Winco Foods anchored center with over 200,000 square feet of planned retail,” said a press release.

Also last week, HD Supply Construction & Industrial White Cap  opened a 50,000-square-foot White Cap branch at 16851 W. Camelback Road in Goodyear.

The location will sell products to support residential, commercial and industrial job site needs, including concrete repair and restoration, framing, plumbing and safety accessories.

“We are excited to welcome HD Supply,” said Goodyear Mayor Georgia Lord. “As Goodyear and the region continue to grow, more and more businesses benefit from the products and value-added services HD Supply provides.”  

With all the construction going on around the West Valley, White Cap should do just fine.

 “The city of Goodyear and the West Phoenix area are growing and with it comes new construction projected to continue for many years,” said White Cap District Manager Robert Steiner. “Being able to easily supply the quickly developing area near the I-10 corridor and new outer Loop 303 should greatly benefit our White Cap customers by saving significant time for our customers needing construction supplies in the West Valley and at West Phoenix job sites.”

Abrazo West celebrated an expansion with a ribbon-cutting last week, also featuring the busy Lord.

Abrazo West opened its new 12-room progressive care unit, bringing the hospital’s total capacity to 200 beds.

The unit provides additional beds for high acuity patients while offering the flexibility to accommodate medical/surgical patients as needed.

“This 12-bed addition in the hospital’s South Tower helps us accommodate the community’s growing population and serve the patients and physicians who are entrusting Abrazo West with their care,” said Abrazo West Campus Chief Executive Officer Christina Oh. “We’re excited to continue our growth and provide more resources for our community built on care.”

Two of the new progressive care rooms at Abrazo West have the capability to accommodate bariatric patients. This includes wider doors, larger bathrooms and different equipment for additional comfort.

“The additional capacity also helps us improve throughput from the emergency department and allow patients to have access to a private patient room sooner, rather than waiting in the ER,” said Oh.