George Oliver Unveils $17M CASA Redevelopment

Phoenix-based commercial real estate investment and operating company George Oliver has unveiled plans for its new CASA redevelopment, a 181,188-square-foot, Class A office building in Phoenix’s booming Uptown neighborhood.

Through a $17 million renovation, George Oliver will re-establish CASA from a 1989-built project, previously known as Catalina Terraces, into next-generation modernized office space focused on a strong sense of community, health and wellness 

“This is the first modernized office project of its kind in the metro Phoenix market to put health and wellness at the heart of its design,” said George Oliver Founder and Managing Partner Curt Kremer. “We’ve done our best to listen to the demand drivers of the modern-day tenant and deliver an office space complete with all of the services that today’s businesses need to excel – with equally high-quality wellness amenities that curate personal development and deliver a sense of community.”

The CASA renovations will keep with the building’s Spanish architectural roots, including natural wood elements and smooth stucco finishes, and feature updated modern lobbies, restrooms, an exterior facelift and a fresh new landscape package.