Mesa’s troubled Legacy Park sports facility set for auction block


Legacy Park in Mesa could have new owners in less than 40 days now that a date for the sale of the facility has been set.

U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Daniel Collins, who is in charge of overseeing the bankruptcy case, approved the bid procedures to sell the park on Wednesday.

Potential buyers who want to take ownership of the 320-acre sports facility must submit by the bid deadline on Sept. 28, after which a legal team will determine the qualified bidders.

If more than one qualified bidder submits, an auction will take place on Oct. 5 at 10 a.m. in a bankruptcy courtroom in downtown Phoenix. The legal team for Legacy Cares told Judge Collins there are various interested parties and there continue to be latecomers.

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