The Goodyear manufacturing sector boasts three manufacturing corridors


Since the 1940s Goodyear has been the home to innovative and successful manufacturing operations. Today national brands such as CornellCookson, Schoeller Allibert, Sub-Zero Inc., and others that have chosen to operate in Goodyear. Join these great companies and see why Goodyear offers a combination of assets that add up to opportunity for business.

The city offers three manufacturing corridor options for your operations:
Loop 303 Manufacturing Corridor
GYR Airport Manufacturing Corridor
Cotton Lane / MC-85 Manufacturing Corridor


Powering You to Success

Abundant power, water, and natural gas at competitive rates.

Power provided by APS – ranked as one of the top business service providers by J.D. Power & Associates.

High capacity telecommunications infrastructure that exceeds 40GB.

Access to multiple providers along the National Fiber Network.

Fiber redundancy and passive CO diversity is available and can be designed to meet client needs
(may be eligible for fiber entrance programs).


Strategic Land and Logistics

More than 4,000 acres of available property.

Many industrial/business parks with shovel ready sites.

Easy access to major markets with airports, freeways and rail.

Only 20 minutes from downtown Phoenix.


Pro-Business Incentives

Foreign Trade Zones (FTZ) with continuous property tax benefits for qualifying companies.

Tax credit programs – Quality Jobs, Qualified Facility, R&D, and more.

Expedited permitting and development process.

Minimal regulations and reduced operating costs compared to other states.

Military Reuse Zone (MRZ) providing tax benefits to aerospace & aviation companies.





Manufacturing Key Employers 

AZZ Galvanizing  – Corrosion Protection Services and Manufacturing

Ball Corporation – Metal Beverage Packaging

Cavco Industries  – Manufactured and Modular Homes Manufacturing

CornellCookson  – Rolling Door & Grille Manufacturing      

Fresh Del Monte Produce  – Food Manufacturing

Global Organics  – Biological Nutrient Manufacturing

Gorbel – Crane Technology, Ergonomic Lifting, and Tether Track Fall Arrest Safety Systems

Huhtamaki – Advanced Packaging Solutions

IAC Industries –  Premium and Industrial Workbenches and Accessories

ImageOne  – Sign & Image Manufacturing

Kysor Panel Systems  – Refrigerated Panel Manufacturing

Ladder Industries  – Stair and Ladder Manufacturing

Lorts  – Furniture Manufacturing

Parker Fasteners  – Socket Drive Fasteners Manufacturing

Schoeller Allibert  – 360 Renewable Plastic Products Manufacturing                        

Snyder's of Hanover  – Food Manufacturing                          

Southwest Specialty Foods  – Food Manufacturing

Sub-Zero, Inc.  – Refrigeration and Cooking Products Manufacturing

WR Meadows  – Building Materials Manufacturing


 Loop 303 Manufacturing Corridor
Cotton Lane Manufacturing Corridor
 GYR Airport Manufacturing Corridor

The Loop 303 Manufacturing Corridor is a premier location designed to meet the increasing demand for industrial and commercial space. Located just north of the interchange of Interstate 10 (I-10) and Loop 303 Freeway. This corridor is a key location providing access to the western and southwestern regions of the United States.

Key Characteristics

  • Access to major interstate arterials including I-10, I-17, L-101, L-303, and MC-85.

  • Approximately 2,000 acres available.

  • Foreign Trade Zones providing continuous property tax benefits for qualifying companies.

  • High capacity telecommunications infrastructure up to 40GB, including multiple providers such as Century Link, Level 3, AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint.

  • Strong bulk power sub-station with three separate 230KV lines.

  • Natural gas available provided by Southwest Gas and a high-pressure line along Indian School Road.  

  • Full diamond and half diamond freeway interchanges.

Industrial/Business Parks

Liberty 303 Business Park – 100+ acre site. I-1 zoned with PAD overlay. Located at south-west corner of Cotton Lane and Camelback Rd.

PV303 Business Park  – 1,600 acres with 20 million square-feet of office, retail, and industrial space. Watch the video.    

Ten 303 Industrial Park – 145+ acres zoned I-1 and I-2 Industrial with PAD overlay. Frontage available on Indian school Rd. Located at Cotton Lane and Indian School Rd



The Cotton Lane / MC-85 Manufacturing Corridor is a prime location for industrial and commercial use. Its proximity to air, rail, and major freeways make it very attractive for national and international commerce. The corridor is located along MC-85 between Estrella Parkway and S. 175th Avenue.

Key Characteristics

  • Proximity to I-10, Loop 303, MC-85, Phoenix-Goodyear Airport, and the Union Pacific rail line.

  • More than 500 acres of land with available build-to-suit lots.

  • Foreign Trade Zones providing continuous property tax benefits for qualifying companies.

  • APS sub-station with a 230 kV line.

  • High capacity fiber up to 40 GB. Part of the National Fiber Network along MC-85.

  • Natural gas available provided by Southwest Gas.

  • Full diamond and half diamond interchanges at the I-10.

Industrial/Business Parks

Cotton Lane Commerce Park – 450,000+ square feet of sublease space available. Fully secured and fenced site with guard entrance. Located at the intersection of MC-85 and Cotton Lane (proposed Loop 303).

Elwood Logistics Center – 1,300,000+ square feet cross dock facility. FTZ certified. Located at south-east corner of Elwood St. and Sarival Ave.

Estrella Business Park – Zone PAD finished lots ready for development. Located in FTZ.

Goodyear Crossing Industrial Park – 250 acre industrial park. Access to Union Pacific rail lines. Located in FTZ. Three miles south of I-10 at Cotton Lane and MC-85.  

Goodyear Industrial Park – 2.76 acres grandfathered heavy industrial lot. Located on Eddie Albert near Sarival and MC-85.




The GYR Manufacturing Corridor is conveniently located near Phoenix-Goodyear Airport. With the Phoenixairport at its center, this corridor presents convenient transport opportunities, options for manufacturing, and specialized manufacturing benefits for aviation and aerospace companies.

Key Characteristics

  • 300+ acres of leasable land on the airport.

  • +/- 2,500 acres of available property within close proximity of the airport.                  

  • Military Reuse Zone that provides tax benefits for aviation and aerospace companies.

  • Foreign Trade Zones providing continuous property tax benefits for qualifying companies.                

  • APS sub-station with 230kV lines.

  • High Pressure natural gas provided by Southwest Gas along Yuma Road and MC-85.

  • High capacity fiber with the Century Link Central office.

Industrial/Business Parks

Airport Commerce Center – +/- 7,220 square foot free standing building. Multiple suites. Private fenced yard. Located on Litchfield Road.

Airport Gateway Business Center – 26 acres (10 improved lots) located just 1.5 miles south of I-10 on Litchfield Road.

Airport Gateway South – 200+ acre industrial zoned park. FTZ approved. Located between Litchfield Rd and Bullard Ave, from Van Buren Street south to Yuma Rd.

Ballpark Village – 70 acres planned mixed use development adjacent to Goodyear Ballpark, the Spring Training home of the Cincinnati Reds and Cleveland Indians. Located south of the I-10 along Estrella Pkwy.

City Center Airpark – 400+ acre master planned mixed use site with over a mile of direct frontage with the Phoenix-Goodyear Airport (GYR).

Clarius Park – 45+ acres for industrial build-to-suit; rail-served by Union Pacific. Located at Litchfield Rd. and MC-85.

Estrella Commerce Park – 600+ acres planned to be primarily a manufacturing and distribution industrial park.

Goodyear Airpark – 260+ acres along Highway MC-85. Has the potential to add 3 million square feet of office, industrial, flex and research space.

Historic Lockheed Martin Campus – 20 acres located at the northwest corner of Litchfield and Airport Roads within the Military Reuse Zone. 

KCI Goodyear North – 100+ acre mixed use site. Located at Bullard Avenue and Van Buren Street.

KCI Goodyear South – 100 acre mixed use site. Located at Yuma Road and Bullard Avenue.

Southwest Logistics Center – 400,000+ square feet cross dock building and 127 available acres located along Highway MC-85