$151M apartment complexes proposed in Mesa

By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter

Two new apartment complexes totaling 460 units are being proposed at Mesa’s Eastmark development.

The new projects have a combined value of  $151 million, according to plans filed  with the City of Mesa.

Premiere Multi-Family at Eastmark II LLC wants to develop two complexes currently called 2.0 at Eastmark and 3.0 at Eastmark.

Los Angeles-based Jennings Holdings LLC is listed as the corporate manager of the Premiere LLC, according to Arizona Corporation Commission Records.

The $81 million 2.0 Eastmark complex will have 258 apartments and is located on 10.49 acres near Serenity Avenue. and Point 22 Boulevard.

Amenities include 162 car charging stations.

The land is currently vacant.

The 3.0 at Eastmark is proposed for 9.12 acres and will have 202 units. It is located at Ray Road and Bradley Drive in the East Valley.

The $70 million development will have 200 car charging stations, according to plans filed with Mesa. That parcel is also vacant.

The projects are on the agenda of Mesa Planning and Zoning Board for its meeting today (Sept. 22). The developer is seeking site plan approvals from the city.

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September 2021