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Phat Scooters Rolls into 44k sf Phoenix Flex Space


Phat Scooters signed a long-term lease for a 44.2k sf industrial/flex building at 3637 E Miami Ave in Phoenix’ Sky Harbor Airport submarket for its new HQ location. The electric vehicle manufacturing firm is relocating and significantly expanding its operation from its previous location less than 10 minutes away in neighboring Tempe.

Phat Scooters’ new freestanding headquarters facility will be used for manufacturing, distribution as well as house the company’s corporate offices. One of the major attractions of the property is the more than three acres of paved fenced yard that will be used as a test track by the company. Phat Scooters is expected to take occupancy of its new Phoenix facility in September.

The company’s new headquarters is strategically and conveniently positioned just a few minutes from Interstate 10 via South 40th St. and offers close proximity to the Phoenix International Airport. The property is owned by Stadler Family Limited Partnership.

Cushman & Wakefield’s Joshua Wyss and Christian Coraggio represented the tenant in the transaction.

“The Miami Avenue building is uniquely suited to fit the company’s needs while maintaining a central location to provide easy access to its local customers,” commented Wyss. “While the site will be used for distribution, it will also feature manufacturing and a research & development lab to support further product innovation.”

According to the company, the electric Phat Scooter is viewed not just as a fun ride but an innovative game-changer in how we move around, leaving a zero to minimal carbon footprint. Phat Scooters is deemed evolutionary rather than revolutionary in golf and in all sorts of family entertainment. And their culture is one that has been built around creativity, togetherness, and humanity.

In addition to the new facility, Phat Scooters is currently in production on their own docu-series called “Riding Phat” and has a five-year distribution agreement with Sony Entertainment/Chicken Soup for the Soul for the streaming platform Crackle. “The show will follow the growth, challenges and adventures of the Phat Scooters team and will feature appearances from celebrity clients,” says Derrick Mains, President of Phat Scooters. “We have been working with other local business partners to be a part of the show as well Rockford Fosgate, BlueMedia and other local and national vendors are helping out with product placement and locations.”

Phat Scooters allows individuals to be ready for any adventure with three versatile driving modes: bike mode at 20 MPH, golf mode at 13 MPH, and beach mode at 8 MPH. The electric scooters deliver the safest, smoothest, and easiest ride, with the fat tires and securely welded handlebars. With just a 6-inch ground clearance and EABS hydraulic disk breaks that will stop on a dime, electric drivers can feel secure. In most states, license and registration are not required as they are classified as a category 2 E-bike, allowing individuals to explore on their stylish vehicle the moment it is delivered.

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