Coyotes’ arena development could be decided by Tempe voters

Rendering of the Tempe Entertainment District proposed by the Arizona Coyotes.

By Brandon Brown | Phoenix Business Journal

Tempe voters might have the final say on whether the owner of the Arizona Coyotes will develop a landfill into a multibillion-dollar entertainment district with an arena, hotels, restaurants, retail, offices and more than 2,000 apartments.

Tempe City Council announced Monday it will hold a special meeting on Nov. 10 to decide if the proposed hockey arena and entertainment district would be on the ballot of a special election in May 2023.

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