More apartments coming to downtown Mesa

Jim Walsh | East Valley Tribune

An expensive obstacle won’t halt the construction of Eco Mesa, a high-end sustainable apartment complex that will rise over a downtown Mesa parking lot, attracting a higher-income clientele.

City officials anxious to see the trendy six- or seven-story apartment complex have agreed to move an antiquated electric duct bank that otherwise would block the development at a cost of nearly $600,000 to move the $30 million project into high gear.

They also agreed to a tax incentive program, realizing the city derives no property tax or other income from the project site – a free parking lot at Pepper Place and Robson Street across the IDEA Museum.

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