Mesa asked to adjust development deal for Class A office project

By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter

The Mesa City Council is looking at changing a development agreement for the planned Union office development next to the Chicago Cubs spring training ballpark.

The Mesa Council is being asked to speed up $2.4 million in payments to the developer of the project — Lincoln Property Group and Harvard Investments.

The Union development next to Sloan Park and the Mesa Riverview retail development is slated to bring 1.35 million square feet of Class A office space.

The City Council is being asked to change up the disbursements of two planned $1.2 million payments to help with utility relocations at the projects. The item is on tomorrow’s agenda.

The developers said the added costs of safety measures related to COVID-19 and increased costs of sewer piping necessitate for a single reimbursement payment from the city.

Mesa is selling land to the developers for the 28.2-acre project and is using proceeds from those sales for the utility and infrastructure reimbursements.

The first 232,000-square-foot office building is currently under construction.

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