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Surprise City Center master plan slated for summer release; more public outreach planned

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Scott Phillips, vice president of Carefree Partners, says Norris Design will complete a master plan for land use in the Surprise City Center this summer. /Matt Roy/Independent Newsmedia

By Matt Roy | Independent Newsmedia | YourValley

Momentum appears to be growing in the decades-long effort to develop the empty land, which surrounds the city of Surprise’s civic core.

After years of legal wrangling and contentious debate over the property’s future, landowners and Surprise city leaders are finally collaborating to create a master plan for the roughly square mile of dormant desert bounded by Bell and Greenway roads, Litchfield Road and Bullard Avenue.

Scott Phillips, vice president of Scottsdale-based Carefree Partners, confirmed his group has selected a design firm to oversee the development of a master plan for the more than 500 remaining acres awaiting development at the City Center.




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