Southern Arizona Urgent Care has leased 3,468 square feet at the corner of Campbell Avenue and Sixth Street from B33 Sam Hughes Place LLC. The center will take up about half of the space formerly occupied by a restaurant.

Southern Arizona Urgent Care continues its aggressive growth in the Tucson area with plans for a facility at Sam Hughes Place.

The company has leased 3,468 square feet at the corner of Campbell Avenue and Sixth Street from B33 Sam Hughes Place LLC.

It will be its ninth location in the Tucson area. Aaron LaPrise, with Picor, handled the transaction.

He said the company will take up about half of the space that was formerly a restaurant.

Southern Arizona Urgent Care’s founder and CEO, Dr. David Skinner, is a University of Arizona College of Medicine graduate. The first facility opened in Oro Valley in 2013. Last year, the company started its rapid expansion, adding eight more sites around the metro area.

The popularity of urgent-care centers has been “fueled by frustration over long waits in the emergency room … and a reduction in available primary care appointments,” The American Academy of Urgent Care Medicine says, citing a 20 percent growth in existing clinics in the past four years. “The public’s desire for immediate access to medical care has been the driving force behind this monumental growth.”

Other recent commercial transactions include:

  • Port Plastics Inc. leased 12,066 square feet of industrial space at 2850 E. Valencia Road. Crystal Jutte, from Mohr Partners, and Picor’s Rob Glaser represented the tenant. Tim Healy and Bob DeLaney, of CBRE, represented the landlord, MAS Real Estate Services Inc.
  • Allikat Productions leased 4,253 square feet at 406 N. Church Ave. in the El Mirador building. Alan Moore, of Chapman Lindsey Commercial Real Estate Services, represented the tenant. Bruce Suppes and David Volk, of CBRE, represented the landlord, El Mirador Partners LLC.
  • Moon Light Hookah Lounge LLC leased 2,212 square feet at 4627 E. Speedway from Brazo LLC. Jeramy Price and Kevin Volk, of Volk Co., represented the landlord.
  • Starbucks Corp. leased 2,200 square feet at 3001 N. Swan Road from ADG Swan LLC. Greg Furrier, with Picor, represented the tenant, and Stephen Grimm, with Grimm Commercial, represented the landlord.
  • Templo Fitness leased 1,758 square feet at 143 N. Stone Ave. Esther Empens, of Tierra Antigua Realty, represented the tenant, and Ian Stuart, with CBRE, represented the landlord, the city of Tucson.
  • Déjà Vu Too Antiques and Collectibles leased 1,320 square feet at 5827 N. Oracle Road from CAS Real Property LP. Greg Furrier and Diane Carlson, with Picor, represented both parties.
  • Queen Sheba LLC leased 841 square feet at 5553 E. Grant Road from LLJ Holdings LLLP to open an Ethiopian restaurant. Cameron Casey, of Oxford Realty Advisors, represented the tenant; Picor brokers represented the landlord.

Compiled from records at the Pima County Recorder’s Office and from brokers. Send information to Gabriela Rico, On Facebook:


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