The rezoning case for the Agritopia® Epicenter project was approved by the Planning Commission last week by unanimous vote. The goal of the rezoning is to allow a better mixed use project and to unify the development standards for the vacant land. Two community meetings were held at the Agritopia® Community Center to explain the case and to take public comment, many of which have been incorporated into revised plans. The final step in the approval process is a vote of the Town Council on April 5.
The rezoning for the commercial development known as EpiCenter at Agritopia®, the corner of Higley and Ray Roads was recently approved by the Town of Gilbert’s Planning Commission. The Arizona Republic wrote a concise article about the nature of this unique development in our community. The complete Arizona Republic article is here: Agritopia EpiCenter.
The Arizona Republic interviewed Joe Johnston about plans for the commercial corner in Agritopia® located at Higley and Ray Roads. The plan is for an interesting blend of businesses that share a common philosophy, rather than having an anchor such as a large grocer. The complete article is available here: Innovative Mixed-Use Project in Agritopia®.
Recently Robin Sewell of Arizona Highways TV took a tour of Agritopia with Joe Johnston. It was aired as part of a show on the Town of Gilbert. Watch the video on Arizona Highways TV here: Agritopia Tour.