Lincoln Property Company (LPC) and Harvard Investments have been selected by Mesa City Council to develop a 28.2-acre site in the Riverview mixed-use district in Mesa, Arizona.
Upon completion, the development, dubbed Union, will include 1.35 million ft² of Class A office space.
The project will feature four buildings ranging from four to eight stories and from 225,000ft² to 450,000ft². Each building will include a high-tech, glass-heavy exterior. Interiors will feature large and open floorplates and high ceilings.
Union is located within the Riverview mixed-use district, encompassing 1.2 million ft² of retail and restaurants and the Sheraton Mesa and Hyatt Place hotels.
It will also include an onsite parking garage with a 5/1,000 parking ratio, and freeway interchanges at both the Loop 202 at Dobson Road, and the Loop 101 at Rio Salado Parkway.
The project will be built in phases, starting with a four-storey, 225,000ft² Building A located at the northwest corner of the property and followed by Buildings B and C, totaling up to six stories and 337,500ft² each at the northeast and southwest corners of the property, respectively.
The last building, Building D, will total up to eight stories and 450,000ft² at the southeast corner of the property. Construction on Building A is expected to commence in 2019.
DAVIS serves as the project architect, while Layton Construction Company is the general contractor.
Lincoln Property Company executive vice president David Krumwiede said: “Our understanding of the Loop 202 Red Mountain corridor runs deep, as does our confidence in its potential as the new gateway to the Southeast Valley.
“We are honored to have earned the City of Mesas confidence in our team and our vision for Union, and are anxious to get to work building the kind of project that will attract and retain top companies and their employees.”