Revitalizing a ‘ghost town:’ Downtown Mesa now has $500M in development projects in the works

By Brandon Brown | Phoenix Business Journal

For years, staff at Mesa City Hall hated to hear the word “potential” in reference to the city’s downtown.

Whether it was the vacant lots or empty commercial buildings, the strip along Main Street between Country Club and Mesa drives, was in many ways a blank canvas. But getting a developer — any developer — to be first in line proved difficult.

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