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Mesa looks to give more time for downtown live-work development

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By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter

The Mesa City Council will consider extending benchmark dates for a live-work downtown development.

The Grid development is planned for Main Street and Pomeroy on city owned land.

The project includes the city of Mesa, Palladium Enterprises, 3W Management LLC and Benedictine University. The Mesa Council is being asked to amend the development agreement for The Grid to allow for more time for its completion. Financing for the project was secure in December, according to city documents. 

The project was originally slated to be completed by the end of 2020. The extension would give developers until the end of 2021. The Council will give the extension consideration today. The Grid is scheduled to include co-working spaces, micro-units, apartments, row homes and office space.

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