Last week, plans for a $200 million multi-use medical and senior living campus were announced by the city of Mesa.
The 20-acre project is called GrandeVita, a BioCity Enterprise by Khangura Development, and will be positioned at Crimson Road and Hampton Avenue.
According to a city press release, the new campus “will allow seniors to ‘age in place’ in a high tech and innovative environment.”
A 127-room Residence Inn by Marriott will serve as the first project on the campus and is expected to open in January.
More than 300 jobs are believed to be created within the city once the full project is completed.
Also included in the 700,000-square-foot campus will be 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,” said Kelly Copeland, COO of BioCity Enterprises. “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.”