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Fiesta Mall closing: Here’s what’s planned at former Mesa retail giant

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By Lily Altavena | The Republic

At first, they barely talked to each other as they made their morning laps around the mall’s hallways.

But at some point — many could not recall exactly when — their mornings intertwined.

For decades, about a dozen people regularly walked through Fiesta Mall. To exercise. To socialize. Eventually, to see the friends they’d made orbiting those hallways.


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  1. Chris says:

    Thanks for sharing the article on the closing of Fiesta Mall.
    It’s unfortunate that the entire “Fiesta District” is in shambles. Just look across the street from Fiesta Mall and you’ll find that corner of crumbling buildings that the City of Mesa has done nothing about for years!

    Dennis Kavanaugh (and the Mayor) should be embarrassed at his district. Even the colors chosen for the “revitalization” of this Fiesta District are outdated and unappealing. Who wants to do anything in this area — or even downtown Mesa, for that matter, if the City doesn’t get it together (will they ever?) and get some vitality in what it has to offer. No leadership, no vision. Take a look at downtown Gilbert — why hasn’t Mesa emulated this model and make downtown Mesa a destination? Pathetic because Mesa could be great.

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