SE Mesa growth alarms Eastmark residents

The proposed extension of SR24 runs smack through the Cadence at Gateway development, planned for 3,500-plus homes on 465 acres. City of Mesa

By Tom Scanlon | East Valley Tribune

As bulldozer wheels begin churning on the slow-motion construction of State Route 24, commercial and residential developers are lining up near the new stretch of highway.

As Economic Development Director William Jabjiniak put it, “There’s a whole bunch of things going on in southeast Mesa.”

The proposed extension of SR24 runs smack through the Cadence at Gateway development, planned for 3,500-plus homes on 465 acres. The developer is asking for a change from commercial zoning to residential in a 20-acre section of the development near Ray and Crimson roads.

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