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Mesa’s biggest office complex threatens Cubs parking

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Mesa Economic Development Bill Jabjiniak spelled out the details of the project to Mesa City Council last week and said he was confident that concerns about spring training parking at Sloan Park could be worked out.

By Jim Walsh | East Valley Tribune

The Union, billed as the largest office complex in Mesa’s history and a source of good jobs, is moving closer to construction despite concerns about its impact on parking for Chicago Cubs games at nearby Sloan Park.

The 1.3-million-square-foot office complex in northwest Mesa features four buildings, ranging in height from four to eight stories, and two large parking garages.

The massive development would replace the soccer fields just north of Riverview Park, at Dobson Road and Rio Salado Parkway, which also double as critical parking lots during frequently sold out Cactus League games.


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