Eastmark could get short-term rental neighborhood

By Scott Schumaker | The Mesa Tribune

A California developer is thinking of buying 144 single-family homes in the Eastmark community in southeast Mesa to create a neighborhood of short-term rentals.

Visit Mesa CEO Marc Garcia told the city’s Economic Development Advisory Board about the possible project during its Aug. 2 meeting.

Visit Mesa is the city’s official tourism marketing organization that is partially funded by bed taxes collected from hotels and short-term rentals.


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