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WageWorks signs as first tenant of Mesa’s Union office building

Jul 11, 2019, 4:45 AM
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PHOENIX — A health benefits company has signed on to be the first tenant in Mesa’s upcoming Union Class A office project.

San Mateo, California-based WageWorks has committed to a 150,000-square-foot lease that will bring around 1,000 jobs to the development, according to a press release.

“Congratulations to Lincoln Property Company on landing their first tenant at Union before ground has even been broken on this exciting new development at Riverview,” Mesa Mayor John Giles said in the release.

“This area is booming, and we are proud that WageWorks has selected Mesa for their primary operating site.”

Lincoln Property Company, the real estate firm in charge of the building, and its project partner anticipates breaking ground at some point this summer.

WageWorks plans to use its new space as a primary U.S. operating site, housing approximately 500 current employees and generating approximately 500 new jobs for the Valley, the release said.

Union will be located on Cubs Way near Dobson Road and Rio Salado Parkway in the heart of Mesa’s Riverview District.

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WageWorks signs as first tenant of Mesa’s Union office building