Downtown Mesa apartment complex: The Grid … or gridlock?

By Tom Scanlon | East Valley Tribune

The Grid seems more like “the gridlock.”

Tribune readers asked about the sudden work stoppage on a much-ballyhooed downtown project called The Grid.

Indeed, while bulldozers are moving dirt at other construction sites up and down Main Street, there appears to be nothing going on behind the fenced-off areas next to Benedictine University and Wells Fargo Bank on the south side of Main Street.

Months after preliminary work started …nothing.

Not exactly what project developers promised when construction began more than a year ago.

Back then, co-developer Karrin Taylor Robson said the project will be built in two phases, with the first segment slated to open in December 2020, and the second opening by December 2021. The first phase was to have restaurants and offices.

Why the delay?

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