Mesa announces plans for $200M multi-use senior living campus

Dec 17, 2018, 4:25 AM | Updated: 12:25 pm
(City of Mesa Photo)...
(City of Mesa Photo)
(City of Mesa Photo)

PHOENIX — The city of Mesa announced plans last week for a $200 million multi-use medical and senior living campus.

The 20-acre project is called GrandeVita, a BioCity Enterprise by Khangura Development, and will be located at Crimson Road and Hampton Avenue.

A city press release said the center “will allow seniors to ‘age in place’ in a high tech and innovative environment.”

The first project on the campus, a 127-room Residence Inn by Marriott, will open in January.

The city estimates that once the entire campus is completed, it will create more than 300 jobs.

The 700,000-square-foot campus will also include medical offices, restaurants, a nursing school, a rehab clinic, assisted living facilities and luxury condos.

“There is substantial demand for a high-end, assisted living community like GrandeVita,” Kelly Copeland, COO of BioCity Enterprises, said in the release.

“Khangura Development and BioCity Enterprises are excited to build a property that will revolutionize the current model this kind of facility. It will be unrivaled when it’s completed.”

Lifetime Windows & Doors

We want to hear from you.

Have a story idea or tip? Pass it along to the KTAR News team here.

Arizona News

(Facebook Photo/Grand Canyon University)...

Grand Canyon University student injured after being hit by stray bullet

Grand Canyon University announced that one student was hit by a stray bullet after multiple gunshots were heard near campus.
1 day ago
(Pexels Photo)...

Arizona awarded over $20M in federal funds for school safety

The United States Department of Education awarded $20,826,927 to Arizona as part of the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act.
1 day ago
Registrar Kristen Schmidt takes stock of the painting "Seated Man" by Elaine de Kooning, wife of Wi...
Associated Press

Arizona museum exhibit marks end to de Kooning painting saga

Nobody could have predicted a Willem de Kooning painting stolen in 1985would find its way back to an Arizona museum.
1 day ago
(Facebook Photos L-R/Kris Mayes for Arizona, Abraham Hamadeh for Attorney General)...

Watch: Arizona Attorney General candidates Kris Mayes, Abe Hamadeh debate

Candidates for Arizona Attorney General Kris Mayes and Abe Hamadeh faced off in a debate Wednesday night.
1 day ago
From left, Arizona Senate President Karen Fann and Secretary of State Katie Hobbs (AP Photos)...
Kevin Stone

Arizona GOP leaders push Hobbs to reject referendum blocking school voucher expansion

Arizona Republican leaders want Secretary of State Katie Hobbs to quickly reject the referendum that’s blocking school voucher expansion.
1 day ago
(Drug Enforcement Agency Photos)...

8 million fentanyl pills seized in Arizona during 4-month DEA operation

The Drug Enforcement Agency said it seized 10.2 million fentanyl pills, the vast majority in Arizona, during a just-completed enforcement operation.
1 day ago

Sponsored Articles

Sanderson Ford

Don’t let rising fuel prices stop you from traveling Arizona this summer

There's no better time to get out on the open road and see what the beautiful state of Arizona has to offer. But if the cost of gas is putting a cloud over your summer vacation plans, let Sanderson Ford help with their wide-range selection of electric vehicles.
Dr. Richard Carmona

Great news: Children under 5 can now get COVID-19 vaccine

After more than two years of battle with an invisible killer, we can now vaccinate the youngest among us against COVID-19. This is great news.
(Courtesy Condor)...
Condor Airlines

Condor Airlines shows passion for destinations from Sky Harbor with new-look aircraft

Condor Airlines brings passion to each flight and connects people to their dream destinations throughout the world.
Mesa announces plans for $200M multi-use senior living campus