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Downtown Mesa will soon see $75M mixed-use project

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By Ethen Lieser | Feb 11, 2020

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Downtown Mesa | Wikimedia Commons/Ixnayonthetimmay

Throughout the year 2020, downtown Mesa will witness some big changes on Main Street.

Palladium GRID is set to break ground on a new $75 million mixed-use development, which is called The GRID. The groundbreaking ceremony is set for Feb. 24 at 8 a.m.

The GRID will seek to bring together lifestyle amenities, three luxury housing options, a full-service, health-focused restaurant and a unique Class A office space.

“This project has been two and a half years in the making and we are thrilled to see our vision come to life,” said Tony Wall, Palladium’s principal and founder of 3W Management. “We will bring morning, noon and evening dining. It will be a great place for meeting and socializing and will mesh beautifully with the existing businesses and restaurants currently operating on Main Street.”

The GRID is a rare public-private partnership that seeks to bring both residential and commercial development to downtown Mesa.

“The GRID is exactly the type of development we want to see in downtown Mesa,” Mayor John Giles said. “Building residential, restaurant and office space on top of an underutilized parking garage will add tremendously to our growing urban neighborhood.”

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