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Tempe Landmark Will Be Given A New Life After 14 Years of Disuse

Tempe Landmark Will Be Given A New Life After 14 Years of Disuse

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor One of Tempe’s most troubled landmarks is getting a much-needed makeover after 14 years of abandon. The Hayden Flour Mill is one of the area’s iconic images and it is finally going to capitalize on the [...]…

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Massive Office Campus Set to Arrive; Westgate Finds New Management

Massive Office Campus Set to Arrive; Westgate Finds New Management

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor An 844,000 square-foot office park is coming to Phoenix on a 24-acre site located at the corner of Chandler Boulevard and Loop 101. The massive development, tentatively dubbed Chandler 101 is the work of architecture firm [...]…

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University Athletic Facilities District Created; Multifamily Market Very Much Alive

University Athletic Facilities District Created; Multifamily Market Very Much Alive

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor Phoenix is well underway to become one of the most sport-centric cities in the U.S. Maricopa County recently voted in favor of creating a special revenue district that will aid Arizona State in the development of [...]…

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Construction Jobs on the Rise; Anchor Centre Stuck in Redevelopment Purgatory

Construction Jobs on the Rise; Anchor Centre Stuck in Redevelopment Purgatory

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor Not long ago the U.S. Census Bureau revealed that Phoenix is one of the cities that has been building a fair amount of houses over the past decade. So it’s not surprising that the Associated General [...]…

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A New Office Project Is Up for Grabs; CityScape Ramping up Activity

A New Office Project Is Up for Grabs; CityScape Ramping up Activity

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor An 18-story building looks to be the focus of Phoenix’s next major purchase as Colliers International reportedly obtained San Francisco-based GE Capital Real Estate’s new listing. The One11 Tower, situated at the southwest corner of First [...]…

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Arizona’s Housing Problem is Not its Lack of Supply

Arizona’s Housing Problem is Not its Lack of Supply

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor Data from the U.S. Census Bureau has revealed a promising statistic for the local housing market. The numbers are concerned with the amount of housing each state currently has and how it has developed during the [...]…

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ASU’s Newest Facility is on its Way

ASU’s Newest Facility is on its Way

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor Arizona State University is closer to unveiling one of its newest real estate investment, McCord Hall, according to the Phoenix Business Journal. The W.P. Carey School of Business is set to be the beneficiary of one [...]…

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Multifamily Market Shines as Office Market’s Summer Sun Sets

Multifamily Market Shines as Office Market’s Summer Sun Sets

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor Phoenix is following up the summer’s hot office hits with some cool autumn multifamily deals that would provide closure to those that missed out on deals like PetSmart. A new season is upon us, and the [...]…

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Office Market Activity Sparks Up, Multifamily Luxury Market Records Encouraging Deal

Office Market Activity Sparks Up, Multifamily Luxury Market Records Encouraging Deal

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor It’s time for large deals again in the Phoenix market as two of the city’s best Class A high rises commanded one of the larger prices in 2011’s transaction history. The trade also includes a parking [...]…

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Princess Receives Meeting Space Fit for a King; City Tentatively Expanding the Sonoran Preserve

Princess Receives Meeting Space Fit for a King; City Tentatively Expanding the Sonoran Preserve

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor A major expansion will be undertaken by one of the Phoenix Metro area’s largest resorts. The Fairmont Scottsdale Princess is set to receive a regal makeover that would add a whopping 52,000 square feet to it, [...]…

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Abandonment Issues Hit Winter Drive Hopefuls; ACA Spending Big Bucks on New Home

Abandonment Issues Hit Winter Drive Hopefuls; ACA Spending Big Bucks on New Home

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor After an almost two-decade long initiative, Winter Drive in Phoenix is set to undergo the final steps to receive “private” designation. Actually, the short street running east from 16th Street south of Northern Ave. dead ends [...]…

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Phoenix Spends an Encouraging Amount of Money on New Homes in 2010, Census Bureau Shows

Phoenix Spends an Encouraging Amount of Money on New Homes in 2010, Census Bureau Shows

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor Even though it’s been one of the markets most affected by the recession, metro Phoenix has seen a somewhat unexpected upturn in the amount of houses needed to accommodate potential buyers. Information from the U.S. Census [...]…

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