As a premier business destination, Mesa offers a diverse and sustainable economy, an educated workforce and a true partnership between government and industry. Located just 15 miles east of Phoenix, Mesa provides all of the advantages of a vibrant metropolis while maintaining the feel of a relaxed, suburban environment.


Mesa is home to Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport, which hosts 70 companies and reaches 45 destinations non-stop.

Source: Gateway Airport

Advanced Facilities

Mesa’s Banner Simulation Medical Center is one of the largest simulation training center in the world at 55,000 square feet.

Source: Banner Health

Launch Your Business

Home to LaunchPoint, the Mesa Technology Accelerator was created in collaboration with Arizona State University.


Mesa is the second-largest community in the Phoenix-Mesa metro area

Source: AZ Commerce Authority


Mesa is home to 12 colleges and universities, including ASU Polytechnic, A.T. Still University and Mesa Community College.

Source: Select Mesa


More than 40,000 students are enrolled in Mesa’s institutions of higher education.

Source: Select Mesa

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Mekong Plaza

Mekong Plaza is representative of the diverse culture of Mesa. More than 30 tenants offer Asian cuisine, groceries, shops and service providers in the district. In total, the city has more than 60 international restaurants, grocery stores and shops, 15 places of non-English worship and more than a dozen cultural centers and chambers.

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Soft Landing Programs

Mesa has many soft landing programs and co-working spaces. This includes technology accelerator LaunchPoint Mesa and Studios @ City Center, a shared space partnered with Arizona State University’s entrepreneurship and innovation institute.