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Infill development, apartments, townhouses slated for Mesa’s Main Street

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Metro light rail and Benedictine University in downtown Mesa

By Mike Sunnucks | Phoenix Business Journal

The city of Mesa and development firm 3W Management LLC have inked a memorandum of understanding to bring new housing and commercial development to a 2.75-acre property at Main Street and Pomeroy.

Jeff McVay, downtown transformation manager for the city of Mesa, said plans call for a seven-story mixed-use commercial building, 190 apartments and 14 townhouses / row houses be built on the downtown site.

The commercial building could house office and retail while the planned apartment building would be three stories and built on top of an existing parking garage.


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