The Bottom Line for Leasing at Ak-Chin is Substantial Savings

Business owners, CFO’s and facilities managers are constantly looking for ways to reduce their company’s capital outlay and annual operating costs. If a company is looking to expand or relocate their business, this goal becomes a defining factor. That’s why leasing in a native environment like Ak-Chin’s Santa Cruz Commerce Center might be the best financial decision. Read more

Are the Savings Worth the Effort of Locating on Tribal Land?

Many site locators and facilities management executives know that locating on tribal land can mean substantial savings on taxes and operating costs. Still, many perceive that working with a tribe is a long, arduous process. Read more

Small Tribe Makes Big Economic Impact in Pinal County

With less than 900 tribal residing members, the Ak-Chin Indian Community is a small Native American Community in comparison to other native tribes in Arizona.  The Reservation covers just under 22,000 acres, which is less than half the acreage originally designated for the Tribe by President Taft on May 28, 1912. Still, despite its size, Ak-Chin has made a big impact on the entire Pinal County, Arizona economy. Read more

How to Work with an Indian Tribe

An Interview with Phil Entz, Property Manager, Santa Cruz Commerce Center, Ak-Chin Indian Community Read more