Heritage Square condemnation suit dragging on

Photo via Gilbert Town Hall Facebook

By Cecilia Chan | Gilbert Sun News

A land condemnation case involving a Heritage Square site is still tied up in court, nearly three years after a judge ruled in favor of the Town of Gilbert.

At dispute is the appraised value of the property, which Gilbert took for a five-story garage project in the Heritage District. The 600-space structure opened in March 2019 near Gilbert Road and Vaughn Avenue.

The Town offered businessman Marc Barlow $145,000 for the loss of his land but he rejected it.

“The property next to us sold for $1.6 million,” said Barlow, who added his property was appraised for $670,000.


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