Schultz, Richard
June 2010
Echo Magazine;6/10/2010, Vol. 21 Issue 19, p38
The article offers information on California businessman Skyler Hynes and his plans to develop Arizona's East Valley property into a public marketplace. It is stated that the retail space in Mesa will be converted to become a public marketplace. Skyler has named his new venture as "POOL" and he wants to make it a place for commerce and entertainment. Hynes is involved in completing lease agreements with many merchants and the new venture was introduced on a small scale.


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