East Valley construction projects are redefining the region
Above: The Novus Innovation Corridor in the eastern edge of Arizona State University’s main Tempe Campus is rapidly coming into focus.
REAL ESTATE | 23 Jul, 2020 | STEVE BURKS
Patience (and a lot of it) is beginning to pay off for City of Mesa officials. The state’s third-largest city has long had a reputation for slow, careful development, and nowhere has that deliberate process been more apparent in the East Valley than in the downtown Mesa submarket. The area has had precious little development since the Mesa Arts Center was completed in 2005. However, that trend appears to be changing and East Valley construction projects are changing that trend fast.
Currently, there are four, large-scale developments underway in downtown Mesa with a fifth, even larger development in the planning and city approval stages.