An East Valley hub for industry and commerce.
Eastmark means business. Situated at the convergence of several Valley freeways, Eastmark is the intersection between commerce and innovation. This diverse DMB community is attracting national companies, entrepreneurial start-ups and secondary education to create a future workforce. Developed in partnership with the Mayor and City Council of Mesa, Arizona, Eastmark is at the center of the region’s growing economy.
Home to global technology leaders
Some of the world’s leading-edge companies such as Apple® will operate here and provide top-tier jobs in Eastmark’s emerging technology corridor. Nearby Boeing and Intel have also brought hundreds of jobs to the area.
Quick access to airport and freeways
The Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport, which connects to major global hubs, is a mere three miles from Eastmark. U.S. 60 and the 202 Freeway provide access points to the north, west and south.
An active, educated workforce
BASIS™ Mesa and Sequoia Pathfinder Academy have opened their doors at Eastmark. An abundance of post-secondary institutions are in Mesa, including ASU’s Polytechnic Institute and seven other colleges and technical institutes.
Eastmark at a Glance
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A community marked by creative thinking
Eastmark centers around creativity. Even the street names are inspired by visionaries and explorers. The Eastmark Great Park®, a greenbelt that runs through the community, gives residents the opportunity to do some exploring of their own. Open fields, walking trails, a splash pad for kids, a public play structure called the Orange Monster and a riparian stream connect neighbors and nature, as do the front patios and neighborhood parks.
Eastmark Commercial District
Commercial opportunities and retail amenities
Poised to be the economic engine of the East Valley, Eastmark has more than 20 million square feet entitled for commercial development. National companies as well as local businesses are opening their doors at Eastmark. A 45-acre, mixed-use commercial district will provide retail, shopping, office spaces and entertainment for residents and businesses.