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Food for the Hungry Takes 30k sf at Renaissance Square in Phoenix


International humanitarian organization Food for the Hungry has completed a lease at Renaissance Square that will consolidate its three downtown Phoenix office locations into a single global corporate headquarters, occupying just under 30k sf of contiguous space within downtown’s Renaissance Square.

Serving in 18 countries worldwide, Food for the Hungry provides development programs, disaster relief and advocacy focused on graduating communities from extreme poverty into self-sustainability within a decade. The organization has been operating for over 50 years, headquartered in Phoenix since 2003.

Food for the Hungry’s new lease will relocate approximately 130 corporate headquarters employees into 29.2k sf at 2 N. Central Ave, one of two Class A, high-rise office buildings at the 985k sf Renaissance Square. The remaining 99% of the organization’s staff works in their country of origin.

Recently renovated, amenities at Renaissance Square include two connected modern lobbies, a tenant lounge and game room, wi-fi enabled outdoor courtyard, tech-enabled conference facilities, upgraded health and fitness center, and the on-site Wren & Wolf restaurant and cocktail bar. The project is also LEED Gold Certified.

With a walkability score of 95, Renaissance Square is walkable to Light Rail, the Phoenix Convention Center, 145 restaurants, multiple professional sports venues and theatres, six hotels, a variety of retail stores and more than 5,800 residential units.

Jami Savage-Gray and Ryan Bartos with JLL represented the tenant in the deal. Jerry Roberts and Pat Boyle of Cushman and Wakefield repped the landlord, a partnership between Oaktree and Cypress Office Properties.

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