5TH STREET & FARMER AVENUE | TEMPE, ARIZONA

At The Beam –
Balance is Natural

Inspired by one of Earth’s most important natural resources, The Beam name pays homage to the sturdy timber that frames and supports its majestic yet strong structure. The Beam is also inspired by balance – balance between life and work, new and tenured, modern and vintage. The Beam on Farmer is a place where neighbors are welcomed, different ideas are strengthened, relationships are built and history is made.

The Building

  • 182,000 square foot Class A, 5-story office
  • +/- 40,000 square foot floor plate available
  • Building available 4Q20
  • First-of-its-kind-in-Arizona building utilizing exposed Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) construction
  • Adjacent 4 per 1K structured parking with additional 20,500 square foot of at grade commercial/retail space
  • +/- 14’ floor to exposed wood deck ceilings
  • 36’ x 30’ column grid
  • 3 stair cores providing maximum flexibility
  • Immediate access to 202 via Priest Dr. or Rural Rd
  • 7 minutes to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
  • Adjacent to 5th & Ash street car station (Opening May 2021)

The Wood

Modern. Natural. Clean. Defined. The future of thoughtful, responsible and durable construction is here with Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) construction. And now this marriage between solid timber, concrete, steel and glass is available to Arizona for the first time, thanks to Tempe’s newest and most innovative urban building, The Beam on Farmer. CLT is flexible, strong, green and offers many advantages, noted below:

Look

Juxtaposition of a modern design and amenities with vintage character

Sustainability

Utilization of young trees, a sustainable forestry practice

Unique

Arizona’s first and only CLT office building

Environment

The wood utilized on the project will capture 3.5 tons of carbon dioxide

Function

Large grid spacing & high exposed ceilings provide maximum interior design flexibility 

Recycle

CLT manufacturing creates 0 waste & scrap material goes to other products or biofuel

Natural

The warm feel of wood generates an inherent creative environment