Real estate firm breaks ground on Eastgate Plaza mixed-use development in Mesa

Feb 15, 2024, 4:15 AM

PHOENIX — A real estate company recently broke ground on its expansive mixed-use development project in Mesa, officials said.

A groundbreaking ceremony for the 17-acre Eastgate Plaza, located at the northeast corner of Elliot and Ellsworth roads, was held on Jan. 31, Scottsdale-based real estate company Diversified Partners said.

The project was designed to cater to the community with a mix of offerings from dining and fitness to health care and retail. The hard right corner located at the site is being held by Diversified Partners for future use.

“We’re thrilled to bring this development to the Mesa community,” Walt Brown Jr., CEO and founder of Diversified Partners, said in a press release.

“Our goal is to create a hub that caters to the evolving needs of the community, connecting residents, businesses and visitors in one vibrant space.”

Here are the tenants set to come to Eastgate Plaza

The plaza boasts an impressive lineup of tenants, including familiar names, including Starbucks, Pure Barre, and Fit FX, AVEDA, Discount Tire and a UPS Store.

A highlight of the development is the Cambria Hotel slated to open in 2025.

The hotel is set to span over 90,000 square feet across 2 acres, offering 107 rooms. The hotel will also include a 500-square-foot rooftop bar.

“The Cambria Hotel will be more than a place to stay — it’s a place to hang out, grab a drink and be part of Eastgate Plaza,” Robert Mayhew, partner and project development manager of Diversified Partners, said in the release.

“With its rooftop bar, spacious outdoor areas and stunning views, the hotel is set to redefine hospitality in Mesa, providing a one-of-a-kind experience.”

The Eastgate Plaza is near the Eastmark Center of Industry located at Signal Butte and Elliot roads, as well as the Elliot Road Tech Corridor.

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