To share the vision for our community spaces, Eastmark commissioned the local artist Peter Dozal to illustrate the lifestyle and the landscaping that we are building in the community. These renderings are intended to show how the landscaping Eastmark has planted will grow into a lushly growing habitat. We imagined a Saturday in the Eastmark Palm Plaza™, with residents visiting the lake before a concert in the event pavilion.
The Eastmark Palm Plaza, an active pathway that connects The ‘Mark to the future event pavilion, was modeled on Arizona’s iconic resorts of the past. Palm trees have long been regarded as a welcoming tree and this plaza draws our visitors into the heart of the community, The ‘Mark. The views of the Superstition Mountains inspired this parkway in the heart of the community and all of the physical structures are oriented to protect and enhance these views.
This long drive entices the visitor in through this dramatic entryway and leads visitors in to the active play area at the splash pad. The water play area here is intended to be a gathering point for families. Indigenous plants and flowers have been planted along the plaza so they will create a lush entryway into Eastmark.
Next to the Eastmark lake, we installed seating and a view rail where visitors and residents can sit and watch a concert at the event pavilion or enjoy the wildlife around the lake. This place of respite offers a place of shade and relaxation, where visitors can still be engaged in the action.
The Eastmark Great Park™ is a public park of the City of Mesa crafted by the developer, DMB Associates, to become a regional gathering place for entertainment, play and learning. At build out, the park will stretch more than one mile through the center of the community. This first phase features grand entertainment uses for all ages to enjoy. Visit www.eastmark.com for more information and look for park programming, classes, concerts in more when Eastmark opens on June 1st.
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