Local leaders discuss the rise of Mesa’s innovation district

The Mesa Arts Center was instrumental in helping to pull in more money for the city through art patrons./MIKE SUNNUCKS

By Hayley Ringle | Phoenix Business Journal

The Mesa Arts CenterBenedictine University and the extension of the Metro light rail down Main Street are part of the city’s efforts to revitalize the downtown area and form an innovation district similar to the successful transformation of downtown Phoenix.

City, education and business leaders joined together Thursday morning at the Mesa Arts Center to talk about the rise of Mesa’s innovation district.



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