Council to vote on infill project in Mesa

By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter

The Mesa City Council will vote Nov. 1 on rezoning a parcel of land to allow for an infill commercial center with medical and retail tenants.

The development effort involves the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (which owns a parcel adjacent to the planned center that will be used for the parking) and ETR Enterprises LLC in Scottsdale.

Richard Rossmiller and Tuck Rossmiller are listed as the corporate managers for ETR, according to Arizona Corporation Commission records.

ETR wants to build an infill commercial center with potential medical and retail use on a vacant 1.6-acre parcel near University Drive and Power Road.

The City of Mesa is being asked to rezone the property to allow for the development. The land is zoned for Limited Commercial (LC) to the same zoning but a Bonus Intensity Zone Overlay to allow for the project.

The proposed project is 8,521 square feet and will entail the construction of two buildings. The BLM portion of the property will be used for access and parking.

The BIZ zoning designation in Mesa looks to encourage infill and creative developments by allowing for some adjustments to conventional parking, setback and other requirements.

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October 2021