By Lily Altavena | The Republic
A proposed Arizona State University development could bring programs in film, media, gaming, virtual reality and more to downtown Mesa.
Mesa City Council will consider entering into an intergovernmental agreement with the Arizona Board of Regents on Feb. 26, according to city documents.
While the project is in the early stages of discussion, officials outlined a proposal showing that the first phase of the project could include a five-story building on the northwest corner of Pepper Place and Centennial Way. That city-owned land is currently a parking lot, next door to Mesa’s City Council chambers.