Industrial Site Selection

In March 2023, LG Energy Solution announced a historic investment of $5.5 billion to develop a battery manufacturing complex in Queen Creek. The Town of Queen Creek is emerging, nationally and internationally, as a center for advanced manufacturing and a leader in the EV and renewable energy industries, offering utility-served greenfield development sites, a talented workforce, and a high quality of life with rich recreational amenities.

In addition to 3,500 acres of State Land available for development, Queen Creek has sites ranging from 10 to 1,600 acres with direct frontage or in close proximity to State Route 24, Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport, and ASU Polytechnic Campus. Site zoning ranges from light industrial to heavy industrial uses. Nearly 500,000 square feet of speculative space is set to deliver in summer 2024.

To see a full list of Queen Creek’s Industrial Portfolio and related infrastructure, please explore the interactive industrial development map below.

LG Energy Solution to Invest $5.5 billion to Build Battery Manufacturing Complex in Arizona, Step Up EV and ESS Battery Production in North America

March 24, 2023
  • The largest single investment ever for stand-alone battery manufacturing facility in North America
  • The new manufacturing complex to produce cylindrical batteries for EVs (27GWh) and LFP pouch-type batteries for ESS (16GWh), with total annual production capacity reaching 43GWh
  • Production to start in 2025 and 2026 respectively, addressing customers’ needs for locally manufactured batteries in response to IRA tax credits and surge in market demands
  • The manufacturing complex to ensure cohesive partnerships and further promote collective drive to expedite clean energy transition with major EV and ESS players in North America

3,500+ Acres for Development

The Town of Queen Creek Office of Economic Development is pleased to present our new Site Selection Booklet. Our new booklet has all the need to know information on why Queen Creek is the perfect community for your business.

Every industrial project receives a dedicated project manager to guide your business, rapidly and efficiently, through the permitting process, from the initial inquiry until the doors are open.

Please contact our Industrial Project Managers with any questions or to book a consultation.

Marissa Garnett, Economic Development Project Manager

The Town of Queen is the service provider for both water and wastewater for all Town of Queen Creek industrial sites.

The Town of Queen Creek is committed to a sustainable future through the development of a robust and renewable water portfolio. The Town has been aggressively shifting its water sources from relying on aquifers for 90% of its water needs down to 50% and, eventually needing groundwater to supply only 5% to 10% of Queen Creek’s needs a decade from now. This is being accomplished from strategic water acquisition agreements and the recycling of effluent water.

Salt River Project is the electric service provider of all industrial sites in the Town of Queen Creek.

SRP is committed to delivering affordable, reliable, and sustainable power throughout Arizona.One measurement the utility industry uses to assess overall power reliability is the System Average Interruption Duration Index (SAIDI). This U.S. Energy Information Administration-tracked metric reflects the average number of minutes customers are without power during outages. In 2020, SRP ranked first in the nation for SAIDI among all electric utilities with a large customer base.

SRP has committed to cutting its carbon intensity 90% by 2050 by expanding the mix of clean, renewable energy sources. SRP plans for nearly 50% of energy sources to be carbon-free by 2025.

The Town of Queen Creek encourages all new developments to incorporate electric vehicle chargers. SRP provides rebates for businesses to electrify their fleet and install EV chargers. For more information, please visit the SRP rebate page.

Town of Queen Creek industrial sites are served by either Mesa Gas or Southwest Gas.

To determine which provider services your parcel of interest, please click here.