2 more big projects aimed at downtown Mesa’s overhaul

Hanging at the front of the Mesa Royale mobile home park in Mesa is a notice of a zoning board hearing last month that ended with approval of a plan that will soon wipe away the dilapidated area. / Photo by Pablo Robles / Tribune Staff Photographer


One of the largest Hispanic nonprofits in the nation is emerging as an important player in the redevelopment of downtown Mesa, with plans to build two significant projects along Main Street and the Metro light rail.

Chicanos por la Causa is preparing to address two eyesores in Mesa, joining ASU and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in a major push to re-invent the city’s long-neglected core.

Its two projects involve: replacing Mesa Royale, a nearly 70-year-old dilapidated mobile home park, with garden condominiums; and improving the west gateway to downtown by replacing the closed Baileys Brakes with a mixed-use development that combines apartments with commercial and retail space.


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