Gallery Park development and land annexation heads to Mesa City Council

By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter

The Mesa City Council will get more details Thursday on the proposed 60-acre Gallery Park development near Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport.

Vivo Partners wants develop land at Power and Ray roads and the Loop 202 freeway.

The development requires Mesa to annex the currently unincorporated land and rezone it from agriculture to commercial use.

Phoenix-based Vivo wants to bring retail, residential, offices and logistics space to the Gallery Park development.

The Thursday council meeting is a study session for city staff to brief the council on the development and annexation plans.

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