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More downtown Mesa development ready to roll

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Taylor Robson and developer Tony Wall stand in front of the city garage that will become hidden behind a new veneer of three-story row houses near Main Street and Mesa Drive. / Photo Pablo Robles / East Valley Tribune


The Pomeroy parking garage, a bland but functional structure near Mesa Municipal Court, will disappear behind a new veneer of three-story row houses when a long-awaited redevelopment project rises downtown.

Real estate developer Tony Wall, of 3W Management in Scottsdale, said he is close to landing financing for The GRID Mesa near Main Street and Mesa Drive.

The Mesa City Council granted Wall a significant break last week by allowing him to avoid building his own 140-space garage after he convinced city officials that it is unnecessary for an urban development more attuned to walking and mass transit.


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