Mesa’s race to develop failed Goldwater library site raises eyebrows

enderings of %22Residences on First,%22 the 24-unit market-rate element of Mesa Housing Associates' latest downtown development. :Photo- Otak Inc.By Maria Polletta | The Arizona Republic

West Mesa residents are upset with a city council decision to pursue another affordable-housing project downtown

The development will replace the failed Goldwater library project at First Avenue and Macdonald

Residents and developers say the city’s accelerated RFP timeline unfairly gave the developer an advantage

West Mesa residents are lambasting the city council’s decision to pursue another affordable-housing project downtown, saying Mesa has “given away” a prime piece of real estate it had a chance to develop more strategically.


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