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East Valley ‘city’ aims for seniors with cash

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Mesa Mayor John Giles spoke at the groundbreaking for Grande Vita. The sprawling “bio city” is expected to bring 450 jobs to the city. / East Valley Tribune

By Jordan Houston | East Valley Tribune

East Valley seniors with some extra cash will soon have the opportunity to enjoy a lavish lifestyle — complete with personalized medical care — in Mesa’s very first “BioCity” campus.

Grande Vita, a BioCity Enterprise by Khangura Development, recently broke ground on a 20-acre, multi-use and campus-style community at Crimson Road and Hampton Avenue, East Mesa.

The goal for the $300 million project is to provide a luxury space where seniors can “age in place” while also having access to top-notch medical services.


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