This Mesa midcentury Safeway building is worth saving, historian says


MesaMesa history: Iconic building could face wrecking ball or new life as mixed-use structure

By Jay Mark | The Republic

For much of Mesa’s early history, residents bought their groceries at mom-and-pop stores. Corner markets abounded.

When I moved into my neighborhood in the late 1960s three independent groceries were all within walking distance.

Of course there were larger stores — Wright’s Market, Bashas’ and Bayless.


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