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QC, Mesa, Gilbert selected for economic dev. program

Posted by   /  June 9, 2020  /  Government and Politics  /  No Comments

Independent Newsmedia | Daily Independent The City of Mesa and the towns of Gilbert and Queen Creek were recently selected by the National League of Cities to participate in the NLC First Tier Suburbs Economic Development Program. Partnering with TIP Strategies, the program brings a nationally renowned economic development consulting firm to Mesa, Gilbert and […]

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Investor pays $230M for 4 Mesa mobile home parks

Posted by   /  June 3, 2020  /  Real Estate  /  No Comments

By Catherine Reagor | The Republic A Washington, D.C.-based investor paid $230 million for four older Mesa mobile home parks on Monday, upping its stake in Arizona’s affordable housing market. The Carlyle Group bought more than 1,000 mobile and manufactured home lots in four parks built mostly in the 1960s and 1970s, according to public real […]

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Mesa Mayor on George Floyd protests, Scottsdale and Phoenix unrest and statewide curfew

Posted by   /  June 1, 2020  /  By Mike Sunnucks, Government and Politics  /  No Comments

Mesa Mayor John Giles By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter Mesa Mayor John Giles has issued a statement on the George Floyd protests, Governor Doug Ducey’s statewide curfew after vandalism in downtown Phoenix and property damage and looting in Scottsdale. Here is his statement in full including on how Mesa would respond to […]

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$100M transportation bond ready for Mesa voters

Posted by   /  May 27, 2020  /  Real Estate  /  No Comments

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By Alison Steinbach | The Republic Mesa voters are likely to see a $100 million transportation bond request from the city in November. The City Council is slated to vote June 15 to send the measure to the ballot. Mayor John Giles said Mesa continues to quickly add residents, and the city must keep up with […]

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Reserve your playtime as Mesa slowly reopens

Posted by   /  May 18, 2020  /  Government and Politics  /  No Comments

By Jim Walsh | East Valley Tribune Mesa will gradually put its toe into the water when reopening recreational facilities so that residents eventually can dive into pools and use some park facilities on a limited basis in June. Though Gov. Doug Ducey last week let his stay-at-home order expire and allow pools, gyms and […]

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Downtown Mesa concert hall hope ends on sour note

Posted by   /  May 15, 2020  /  Government and Politics  /  No Comments

Downtown Mesa. / downtownmesa.com By Gary Nelson | East Valley Tribune Plans for a world-class concert hall and music-education campus in downtown Mesa have taken a major detour after a city panel cleared the way for commercial-residential project on the site. The project originally had been proposed for 10 acres formerly occupied for decades by […]

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Opus Group looks to bring apartments, live-work units to former car dealership site in Mesa

Posted by   /  May 4, 2020  /  By Mike Sunnucks, Real Estate  /  No Comments

By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter The Opus Group has submitted plans with the city of Mesa for a proposed redevelopment of a former car dealership property on Main Street. The 9.7-acre property is right on Main Street in between Hibbert and Sirrine Streets. It is the former home to the Brown & […]

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Foster Arizona proposes infill apartments in Mesa

Posted by   /  May 4, 2020  /  By Mike Sunnucks, Real Estate  /  No Comments

Downtown Mesa. / downtownmesa.com By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter The city of Mesa is considering development plans for an infill apartment complex with offices on 1.13 acres at Broadway Road and Pioneer south of Main Street and the core of downtown Mesa. Foster Arizona, a nonprofit that works with foster kids as […]

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Mesa readies lifeline for local businesses

Posted by   /  May 4, 2020  /  Economy, Government and Politics  /  No Comments

By Jim Walsh | East Valley Tribune Mesa plans to throw a financial lifeline to businesses struggling in the downturn unleashed by the COVID-19 pandemic in the form of grants mainly to small businesses that have not received other forms of federal relief. The Mesa Small Business Reemergence Plan would tap into the $90 million […]

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Pandemic slows Mesa’s central district rebirth

Posted by   /  April 29, 2020  /  Coronavirus, Government and Politics  /  No Comments

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Falcon Field, Mesa. / File photo By Jim Walsh | East Valley Tribune Despite a setback from the COVID-19 recession, Mesa will continue its war on blight in the Central Business District one parcel at a time after renewing the six-square-mile area’s blighted designation for another 10 years. The designation, approved by City Council earlier […]

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