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CBRE releases Tucson transaction report

1951 W Grant Rd, WEB
September 29, 2014 by in AZRE Magazine | Blogs | Brokerage | In The Spotlight

CBRE’s Tucson office has released the following recent transactions for the greater Tucson area:   Life Energy Wellness, LLC has leased 1,627 square feet of office space at 5232 E. Pima Street in Tucson. The local chiropractic practice led by Dr. Jaime Sanchez was represented by Bruce Suppes with CBRE’s Tucson office. The landlord, 2030… Read More →

Skinny Business, Pt. 1: The Case of the Crop Top

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“The Business Fashionista” is AZ Big Media’s fashion blog for the business-minded. It examines the dos, don’ts and musts of the modern fashionista who wants to stay in step with the latest trends in the workplace. How long would it take you to find someone wearing a crop top on the street, in the nearest… Read More →

Drake, Lil Wayne, Katy Perry + more to do this week

Katy Perry, via 9lives
September 25, 2014 by in Blogs | Experience AZ Magazine | Featured

9/24: James Joyce’s Dubliners: Still Engaging Readers and Writers 100 Years After Publication The Irish Cultural Center’s McClelland Irish Library is hosting a series of events from Sept. 24 to Nov. 8 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of James Joyce’s novel “Dubliners.” The celebration of the groundbreaking collection of short stories and its long-lasting success… Read More →

Local entreprenuers form environmental consulting firm

Earthworks

Entrepreneurs Cherie Koester and Jana Baldwin have partnered to form Earthworks Environmental, LLC, an environmental consulting business in Metro Phoenix. With both serving as principals of the firm, Koester and Baldwin bring more than 16 years of combined regulatory and industrial experience in Storm Water Pollution Prevention (SWPPP), dust control and construction safety compliance. Earthworks Environmental… Read More →

The Dish: Pumpkin Creme Brulee

Pumpkin creme brûlée

You may enjoy poking fun at the pumpkin spice lattes and candles circulating in your office or autumn-themed everything on the end caps of your grocery store, but we’re here to say if you can’t beat it — eat it. Below is one delicious pumpkin-flavored recipe, courtesy of the family-owned Jewel’s Bakery and Cafe in… Read More →

Sapphire Scientific leases 31KSF in Phoenix

Sapphire Scientific leased 31KSF at 21430 N. 15th Ln. in Phoenix.
September 23, 2014 by in AZRE Magazine | Blogs | Brokerage | Featured | In The Spotlight

Commercial Properties, Inc., announced the lease of a 31,034 SF industrial suite located at 21430 N. 15th Ln. in Phoenix. John G. Soldo, SIOR of CPI’s Tempe Industrial Group represented the tenant in this transaction. The property is a multi-tenant warehouse building owned by Columbia Arizona 15Th Industrial LLC, and is located just south of… Read More →

Postino opens newest location in 1950s art studio next month

Postino Annex, Upward Projects

Next Wednesday, Oct. 1, the latest Postino WineCafé location, Postino Annex (615 S. College Avenue) will open in Tempe inside a revamped former art studio just steps away from the ASU campus. Tucked into the historic ASU Art Annex building, this fourth Valley Postino location will help serve as a new gateway to ASU’s main… Read More →

Vestar celebrates 25th anniversary

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Vestar, the largest privately held retail developer in the western US, is celebrating 25 years of creating and managing shopping and entertainment destinations. Today, Vestar owns and operates more than 23MSF of retail property located across several western states. The company’s most noteworthy projects include Desert Ridge Marketplace, the award winning 1.2 million square foot… Read More →

Auto aftermarket company signs 109KSF lease in Phoenix

Canal Crossing

A leading auto aftermarket company has signed a 10-year + lease for 109,060 SF at Canal Crossing Logistics Center at 5670 S. 32nd St. in Phoenix. The project is currently under construction. Lee & Associates principals Jeff Conrad and Allen Lowe represented the landlord, Conor Commercial Real Estate (a real estate development and investment arm… Read More →

Thirsty Thursday: STILLHOUSE Moonshine’s Endless Summer Punch

STILLHOUSE Endless Summer Punch

Have you been listening to Lana Del Rey and realizing “Summertime Sadness” is taking on a whole new meaning with the monsoon season sweeping away the last bits of our sunny Arizona summer? Go ahead and embrace the last days of summer fading into autumn with National Punch Day (Sept. 20)! STILLHOUSE Moonshine, a four-year-old… Read More →

Sneak peek at Arizona Restaurant Week, Fall 2014

SumoMaya's pomegranate and dried fruit guacamole. Photo by Shavon Thompson

Fall is the time of harvest, and what a better way to kick off a celebration of food than with the fall Arizona Restaurant Week? From Sept. 19 to 28, more than 100 restaurants offer prix-fixe menu options for a discounted prices (between $33 to $44 for three courses) is by far one of the… Read More →

In the Mix: Mickey Avalon returns to Phoenix

Mickey Avalon press image

Theory of a Deadman, Fozzy, and 3 Pill Morning @ The Marquee Canadian alternative rock band Theory of a Deadman formed in 2001 and has recorded seven top ten hits on the Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. With help from Nickleback’s Chad Kroeger, Theory of a Deadman slipped Kroeger a demo and was the first… Read More →

Phoenix Urban Ale Trail, One Direction + more things to do

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September 16, 2014 by in Blogs | Experience AZ Magazine | Featured | Play

Boy bands, brews cruise, ballet under the stars and much more to do this weekend! 9/16: One Direction The British boy-band One Direction is taking over Glendale and a swarm of screaming teenage girls is sure to follow. With three albums that have debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard charts, the concert is sure… Read More →

The Dish: National Guacamole Day

Courtesy of SOL Cocina

It’s no secret that Americans love their food. Following suit of our country’s beloved foodstuffs, the Mexican cuisine-inspired green mash known as guacamole has its own day — September 16.  If this isn’t the best excuse to eat guac on a spoon, we don’t know what is. If you’re anything like us, guacamole is a… Read More →