Construction begins on $75M Mesa ‘opportunity zone’ development

Project is set to have first phase finished by the end of 2020

By Corina Vanek | Phoenix Business Journal

An artist’s rendering shows the ground floor restaurant space of the Grid in Mesa, which began construction on Feb. 24.

Construction began Monday on the Grid, a $75 million mixed-use development in downtown Mesa, which will include three types of housing, Class A office space and a restaurant. 

The building is being developed by Palladium Enterprises, whose principals are Karrin Taylor Robson and Tony Wall. It will be built on and around an existing city of Mesa-owned parking garage as a public-private partnership with the city. 

The building will sit on 3.3 acres near Main Street and Mesa Drive.

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