Centerpoint on Mill

Tempe, Arizona

A landmark venture in downtown Tempe

In one community after another, DMB builds on public-private partnerships, an approach that began with Centerpoint on Mill. This mixed-use development called for long-term strategic thinking and the ability to create synergy between elected officials, city planners and corporate leaders. The result was a landmark venture spanning three city blocks in downtown Tempe, Arizona.

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Working in tandem with the city

For three decades, DMB worked closely with the City of Tempe and their planning department, maintaining an open, productive relationship from initial presentation to today.

Mixing business and pleasure

DMB was instrumental in bringing large-scale business and retail tenants aboard, including Chase Bank and Harkins Theatres. Centerpoint is also home to the first urban parking garage in downtown Tempe.

Getting the jump on public art

Of Centerpoint’s $3 million commercial development budget, 10% was dedicated to public art. The now-iconic jackrabbit sculptures by Mark Rossi became one of the first examples of public art in downtown Tempe.

Centerpoint on Mill at a Glance

  • Sq. Ft. of Mixed-Use Space

    1,881,081

  • Number of Acres

    22

  • Opened in

    1985

Centerpoint on Mill

A boon for the downtown economy

Centerpoint on Mill is an eclectic mix of offices, shopping, dining, nightlife, housing and entertainment. Situated at the heart of pedestrian-friendly Mill Avenue – which attracts visitors from metro Phoenix as well as college students from nearby Arizona State University (ASU) – Centerpoint generates job growth and revenues for the City of Tempe.

660 South Mill Avenue, Tempe, Arizona 85281

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