‘Public enemy No. 1’ was once a thriving shopping center

Fiesta Village/Google Maps

By Wayne Schutsky | East Valley Tribune

Over the past two decades, Fiesta Village has fallen into disrepair and is now little more than a mass of deteriorating buildings and weed-wracked parking lots that was called “public enemy No. 1” and “the worst of the worst” by former city councilmen Dennis Kavanaugh and Dave Richins, respectively.

Overshadowed by the site’s recent fate is the fact that it once was a thriving shopping center in the heart of what was Mesa’s booming retail core.

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