Santander Consumer USA Holdings Plans Mesa, Arizona, Operations Center
The company is new to the Phoenix market and will lease the entire 117,000 sq. ft. Centrica project. Santander will employ more than 970 people over three years with an average wage of approximately $51,000. The company expects to occupy the building in January.
“We are excited to expand our corporate footprint to the Mesa, Arizona, Fiesta District,” said Brad Martin, SC’s COO. “Santander Consumer USA looks forward to bringing new jobs to the area, and earning the trust and respect of the community.”
“We welcome Santander Consumer USA to Mesa’s Fiesta District,” Mayor John Giles said. “This neighborhood is experiencing a renaissance with new housing, new jobs and growing education and healthcare industries. Santander Consumer USA’s addition of nearly a thousand new jobs is a big deal.”
“Centrica in the Fiesta District has undergone a dramatic transformation from a vacant retail center into the new home of Santander Consumer USA. This is exactly what our vision for the Fiesta District looks like, dynamic re-use and revitalization,” Vice Mayor Dennis Kavanaugh said. “We are thrilled to have Santander Consumer USA in our community and we wish them great success moving forward.”
“We are pleased that Santander Consumer USA chose Centrica,” Phoenix Rising Investments, LLC Principal and Centrica Owner, Michael Hsiung said. “The area’s walkability, mass transit access, abundant freeway accessibility, redundant fiber network, and proximity to a workforce of more than 1.7 million people within a 30-minute drive, make it an ideal location for high-tech and multi-national companies such as Santander Consumer USA.”
Additional partners, including the Arizona Commerce Authority and the Greater Phoenix Economic Council, worked with the City to support and facilitate a Mesa location for Santander Consumer USA’s new office facility.
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