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Alma School Rd & US 60
Located at U.S. 60 and Alma School Road in Mesa, Arizona, Fiesta Mall is an enclosed, two-level super-regional shopping center, currently anchored by three department stores – Dillard’s, Macy’s and Sears. The center is home to more than 140 specialty shops, including American Eagle Outfitters, Bath and Body Works, Forever 21, Hollister Co., Torrid and Vans. Fiesta Mall features a ‘Home in the Living Desert’ theme that ties together the center’s interior and exteriors with the use of earth tones, rock features, an interior riverbed, desert landscaping and its popular desert animal soft play area.
Westcor acquired Fiesta Mall in 2005 immediately initiating research to help develop a redevelopment plan. As a result, 2007 began the multi-phased project to restore Fiesta Mall. Phase 1 focused on the aesthetics of the interior of Fiesta Mall. New paint and flooring throughout the center has brightened the historically dark center offering a fresh ambience. Significant lighting has been added around the center providing a “brightened” effect in the common area and entrances.
Phase 2 includes replacing the former Macy’s building with the addition of Dick's Sporting Goods and Best Buy. The redevelopment plan also includes enhancing the south-side entrance, which will be adjacent to the Dick’s Sporting Goods main exterior entrance, and renovating the existing food court. In addition, two or three pads along Alma School Road will be developed, and several amenities, including family restrooms and soft seating areas will become new additions to the center.
The redevelopment of Fiesta Mall is part of an on-going revitalization efforts in the Fiesta District, which encompasses U.S. 60 to Southern, Extension to Dobson. The stakeholders from the area include Banner Desert Medical Center, Mesa Community College, Aqua Terra (aka Fiesta Towers), Hilton Towers, Bank of America Financial Plaza and other retail developers. The total investment by these stakeholders is estimated at $500+ million over the next five years.
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