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Comarch data center to opt into technology corridor zoning overlay

Posted 2/19/21

Allowing Comarch Inc. to opt into the Elliot Road technology corridor zoning overlay is to be considered as part of a consent agenda with other items at the 5:45 p.m. Monday, Feb. 22, meeting of the …

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Comarch data center to opt into technology corridor zoning overlay

The north (top) and south elevations of the Comarch data center to be constructed on the east side of the 3200 block of South Ellsworth Road and the north side of the 9200 block of East Prairie Avenue.
The north (top) and south elevations of the Comarch data center to be constructed on the east side of the 3200 block of South Ellsworth Road and the north side of the 9200 block of East Prairie Avenue.
City of Mesa
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Allowing Comarch Inc. to opt into the Elliot Road technology corridor zoning overlay is to be considered as part of a consent agenda with other items at the 5:45 p.m. Monday, Feb. 22, meeting of the Mesa City Council.

A data center planned on 3 acres north of Elliot Road on the east side of Ellsworth Road is to be Comarch’s first in North America, the Mesa Design Review Board was told recently.

READ: ‘Flagship’ Comarch data center planned in Mesa

The limited industrial planned area development request for the Elliot Road technology corridor includes the following stipulations, according to a staff memo to the council:

  • Expedite the entitlement process to attract high-technology industries to Mesa
  • Establish site planning design guidelines to ensure compliance with the city of Mesa general plan and Mesa gateway strategic development plan
  • Establishes the maximum height limitations within the corridor as follows: The maximum building height shall be 50 feet for development within 600 feet of the north line of the Salt River Project transmission line easement; and the maximum building height shall be 150 feet in all other areas.

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