Mixed-use development Rivulon, one of the centerpiece projects in Gilbert’s Central Business District, will start another phase of the development this year.
Construction is expected to be completed on vertical mixed-use development Epicenter, the urban core to east Gilbert's Agritopia, in fall 2021.
Verde at Cooley Station, a mixed-use commercial and multifamily residential development, has started construction on what its developers believe will be the linchpin of the 650-acre master planned community in east Gilbert
The Urban Land Institute's Technical Assistance Panel spent a day discussing Gilbert's Northwest Employment Corridor and found it unbroken but in need of some tweaks.
Developer SB2-Gilbert LLC broke ground on Verde at Cooley Station in Gilbert on Nov. 19.
Gilbert shed the distinction of being the largest municipality in the United States without a cemetery when Gilbert Memorial Park and Funeral home opened Nov. 12.
The Gilbert parks system is receiving a major boost with the September opening of the first 30 acres of what will be the 272-acre Gilbert Regional Park and the anticipated November opening of Phase I of the 115-acre Desert Sky Park.
When Epicenter developers announced Oct. 7 the first five businesses that have agreed to set up shop at Agritopia’s vertical mixed-use development, they presented some hot brands as well as some startups.
A pair of popular Valley eateries, a local boutique and a couple of grooming shops make up the first offerings to sign on at Agritopia’s Epicenter, according to a release on behalf of the developer.
The long-running rumor of Fry’s coming to Cooley Station is coming to fruition, as developer Evergreen Devco announced Sept. 25 it is breaking ground on a shopping center to be anchored by the grocery store.
Deloitte is planning to occupy an additional 100,000 square feet at Rivulon by early 2020, Nationwide Realty Investors President and Chief Operating Officer Brian Ellis said Sept. 26.
Gilbert’s development efforts have led to an influx of one notable amenity: restaurants. Since 2013, 123 full-scale restaurants, fast-food joints and other dining locations have opened up shop in town, according to Maricopa County records.
The Northwest Corridor, Gilbert’s oldest and largest employment area, will get fresh scrutiny in the coming months from town leaders who are eager to keep the area vibrant.
Gilbert Warner, a 95,000-square-foot shopping center, has broken ground at the intersection of Gilbert and Warner roads.
For all that Gilbert has to offer, from large to small businesses to public amenities and a diverse portfolio of residential options, officials say they have sought one thing that has eluded the town for years: vertical mixed-use development.
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In its last meeting of the 2018-19 fiscal year, the Gilbert Town Council adopted proposed changes to the zoning code in an effort to encourage vertical mixed-use development.
Gilbert Town Council approved the sale of a 9.1-acre lot May 16 to Heritage North Partners for no less than $5.332 million, launching the “north anchor” portion of the Heritage District redevelopment plan.
Gilbert has selected a developer for 9.1 acres of town-owned land at the north end of the Heritage District and will sell the lot if Town Council approves at its May 15 meeting.
Gilbert looks to become 'City of the Future,' ward off decline that troubles many U.S. municipalities
As Gilbert prepares to mark its centennial in 2020, officials have started to redirect their focus beyond the next few years to several decades ahead.
A water park will be built on three lakes at the Gilbert Regional Park under construction in South Gilbert if Town Council approves a lease agreement at its Feb. 21 meeting.
Gallery Park, a mixed-use development on the Mesa side of South Power Road at the Loop 202-Santan Freeway, is set to begin construction this spring with the goal of opening in 2020. It is expected to have dining and retail managed by OX Urban Properties as well as office space and residential areas managed by VIVO Partners. https://gallerypark.com
While Gilbert’s Heritage District has evolved into a destination area with restaurants and festivals, officials are envisioning what is next for the original town footprint.
Alamo Drafthouse Cinema formally announced it will open a theater in Gilbert.