$1B project coming to ‘Data Center Alley’

By Tom Scanlon | East Valley Tribune

Mesa’s claim on the unofficial title “Data Center Alley” just got stronger with a boost from a $1 billion project.

At its May 17 meeting, Mesa City Council approved a development agreement for a company that plans to build a data center on Elliot and Ellsworth roads in the northwest corner of Eastmark.

A mystery company will invest “north of $800 million — well north of $800 million,” according to Mayor John Giles.

Though one council member vehemently spoke out against yet another water-guzzling business, the unnamed tech company will join a growing crowd of data centers in the neighborhood of southeast Mesa.


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