Caliber spends over $5 million on revitalizing properties on Main Street of Arizona’s 3rd Largest City.
Many people who visit downtown Mesa agree that the historic center of the third largest city in Arizona could be more than it currently is.
It has good bones, the prevailing theory goes; it just needs a few missing pieces to bring it fully to life.
Beginning this month, a wave of revitalization projects is coming online, testing the city’s current strategy for igniting downtown development…
Scottsdale-based investment firm Caliber, which bought up eight downtown properties in 2018, says it will be opening a coworking space “in the next few months,” according to Caliber President and COO Jennifer Schrader. Additionally, Caliber announced signing lease deals with two entertainment businesses beginning in early 2023: Level 1 Arcade Bar, which will be moving into 48 W. Main Street, and Copper City Spirits, which will occupy 155 W. Main Street.
Caliber’s effort to revitalize the 3rd largest city in Arizona is backed and appreciated by Mesa Mayor John Giles:
“We appreciate Caliber’s investment and commitment to our downtown and we’re excited for more people to have the opportunity to live here,” Mayor John Giles said in a statement. The Commons of Mesa will be a great addition.”
Caliber – the Wealth Development Company – is a middle-market alternative asset manager and fund sponsor with approximately $2 billion in assets under management and development. The Company sponsors private funds and private syndications. It conducts substantially all business through CaliberCos Inc., a vertically integrated asset manager delivering services which include capital formation and management, real estate development, construction management, acquisitions and sales. Caliber delivers a full suite of alternative investments to a $4 trillion market that includes high net worth, accredited and qualified investors, as well as family offices and smaller institutions. This strategy allows the Company to opportunistically compete in an evolving middle-market arena for alternative investments. Additional information can be found at CaliberCo.com and CaliberFunds.co.
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