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Home / Focus / Real Estate & Construction Sept. 2014 / Developer to use ‘organic development’ strategy for expansive east Mesa project (access required)

Developer to use ‘organic development’ strategy for expansive east Mesa project (access required)

The mixed-use project attempting to rise from the ashes of the once-esteemed General Motors Proving Ground in east Mesa is using a somewhat contrarian approach to success. Developers plan to allow the master-planned, five-square mile community-within-a-city to grow organically.

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