Design board looks at industrial park planned in Mesa

Via City of Mesa

By Richard Dyer | Your Valley

A 63-acre industrial park is planned north of Germann Road and east of Ellsworth Road in Mesa.

The landscaping and look of the 907,138-square-foot Brickyards on Ellsworth development were discussed at the March 14 meeting of the Mesa Design Review Board.

The vacant property is zoned light industrial with a planned area development overlay, Staff Planner Cassidy Welch said at the board meeting.

“So the site plan is for eight industrial buildings ranging from approximately 35,000 to 300,000 square feet. The site will be accessed primarily from Willis Road with a shared access from the commercial site off of Ellsworth and all of the truck docks are located in the rear of the buildings in an internal truck-dock court,” she said.

The landscape plan includes a variety of trees and shrubs including chitalpa, red push pistache, mesquite, elm, live oak and mulga, Welch said.


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