Council OKs Senior Living Center Near Old Town
202209.21

Council OKs Senior Living Center Near Old Town

Scottsdale Progress By J. Graber, Progress Staff Writer A 247-unit senior living facility with 9,900 square feet of commercial space on 3.59 acres near the intersection of Scottsdale and Osborne roads will become a reality. The Scottsdale City Council on Sept. 13 voted 7-0 to approve the project, known as The Osborne, which will reach…

Scottsdale Airpark eyed for $1 billion project
202208.26

Scottsdale Airpark eyed for $1 billion project

As seen in the Scottsdale Progress, written by J. Graber. An estimated $1 billion multi-use development is slated for Scottsdale Airpark, bringing a five-star 223-room hotel, 1,236 condos and apartments and 100,000 square feet of retail space to 32.3 acres. The Parque, unveiled at an open house Aug. 11, calls for 13 buildings that also…

Trainual, Worldwide Express lease at renovated Tempe office complex
202206.20

Trainual, Worldwide Express lease at renovated Tempe office complex

By Ron Davis, Phoenix Business Journal As employers grapple with decisions to return to the office, have employees work remotely or use a hybrid model, a Phoenix-area office building developer looks to offer a more inviting environment. George Oliver founder Curt Kremer said he likes to approach a reimagined project by providing the basic office…

Life Time to build giant location in the East Valley
202206.13

Life Time to build giant location in the East Valley

By Ron Davis, Phoenix Business Journal Luxury fitness club Life Time has eyes on another big box location in the Valley. Plans were submitted to the Gilbert Planning Commission for a club on the southwest corner of Val Vista Drive and E. Ocotillo Road on a more than 15-acre site. The proposed fitness club will…

Artisan Scottsdale Moves Closer to Construction
202205.23

Artisan Scottsdale Moves Closer to Construction

The Scottsdale Independent, Richard Smith Nearby business owners concerned about parking While Scottsdale never approved the parcel bounded by Indian School Road on the north, east First Avenue on the south and west Marshall Way on the east as a parking lot, it became an informal one. Now the Artisan Scottsdale mixed-use project is proposed…

My View: Phoenix hypocrisy looks to prevent Tempe success
202203.07

My View: Phoenix hypocrisy looks to prevent Tempe success

In this Phoenix Business Journal guest column, the former mayor of Tempe says that the objections coming from the city of Phoenix regarding the proximity of the Arizona Coyotes’ proposed arena to Sky Harbor Airport are unjustified. By Hugh Hallman – Contributing writer Feb 25, 2022 Over the past several months we have heard in…

202202.11

‘We’re at the precipice’: Why this business group is taking on NIMBYism in metro Phoenix

This Arizona Republic article by Catherine Reagor does an excellent job showing how Arizona needs to move quickly to keep the state’s growing affordable housing problem from becoming an economic-development problem: At least 30 apartment developments stalled or were shelved across metro Phoenix in 2021 due to not-in-my-backyard-ism, zoning issues and political backlash. That’s an…

Legends of Law: Wendy Riddell
202201.27

Legends of Law: Wendy Riddell

Our managing partner, Wendy Riddell was featured in the final issue of Commercial Executive Magazine, Globe Corporation, as a Legends of Law. Read the full article