Mixed-use office, retail and multifamily development proposed for Chandler – The Business Journals

The city of Chandler’s Planning and Zoning Commission will consider rezoning more than 44 acres that would make way for new office, retail, multifamily and more.
The proposed project, which will be heard Wednesday by the commission, is being co-developed by Meridian West AZ/202 LLC and Kaplan Acquisitions LLC and is called The District Downtown. The project would be developed on the southwest corner of Pecos Road and Arizona Avenue, just to the north of Loop 202.
Meridian West would develop the commercial portion while Kaplan Acquisitions would handle the residential side. 
The developers couldn’t immediately be reached for comment on the proposed project.
If approved, the proposed project would be built in phases and across six separate parcels within the 44.7-acre site, with each parcel having its plan, according to documents filed with the city of Chandler:
Chicago-based Neri Architects will design the nonresidential part of the project while Phoenix-based Biltform Architecture Group of Companies will handle the residential design. Burch & Cracchiolo P.A. is the zoning attorney, according to a development booklet submitted with its rezoning request and preliminary development plan.
View the accompanying slideshow at the top of this story to see the conceptual renderings of the office, retail, multifamily and community amenities for the proposed project.
The District Downtown is being proposed on a site that is the last undeveloped quadrant of the San Tan 202 Freeway and Arizona Avenue interchange, according to a project review and recommendation by the city of Chandler.
The site is about three miles to the east of the Allred Park Place office development in the Price Road corridor, which houses both Northrop Grumman’s Chandler campus and a new office it is subleasing at 1700 S. Price Road. Northrop Grumman expects to start moving more than 250 employees to the 50,000-square-foot space starting in November.
Micah Miranda, economic development director for the city of Chandler, spoke earlier this year at a Business Journal Corridors of Opportunity real estate panel that the city is about 93% to 95% built out with residential, office, industrial and retail developments.
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