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Downtown Glendale apartments sell for $15M

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ABI Multifamily, Arizona’s largest locally operated dedicated multifamily brokerage and advisory services firm, negotiated the $15,000,000 sale of the Country Creek Apartments, a 336-unit apartment community located in Glendale, Arizona. Located in the South Glendale Submarket, Country Creek is approximately a mile from Downtown Glendale and a short drive to The University of Phoenix Stadium and Westgate… Read More →

Tucson mid-year reports show market health

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According to recently released reports from Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR, the Tucson commercial real estate market continues to see widespread activity across all markets at various levels. These quarter two reports analyze business in the multifamily, industrial, retail and office markets. The cliff notes version of the Q2 reports from Cushman & Wakefield |… Read More →

Abrazo Scottsdale Campus will offer free immunizations

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Free vaccinations for children and free flu shots for children and adults will be available from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Aug. 11 at the Abrazo Scottsdale Campus, at 3929 E. Bell Rd. The Phoenix Fire Department Baby Shots Immunization Program is providing the children’s vaccinations and Walgreens is providing the flu shots at… Read More →

UA researcher maps Zika danger areas

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With concern growing over a potential epidemic related to the Zika virus, a researcher from the University of Arizona has defined probable danger zones in the United States. Researcher Kacey Ernst, PhD, MPH, associate professor and infectious disease epidemiologist at the UA Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, said the mapping of these regions is based on three environmental… Read More →

Listen to what’s new at AZ Big Media

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You’ve heard that Buzzfeed listed AZ Big Media as one of the 27 Websites Everyone in Phoenix Should Know About, and we’re sharing the news through a radio commercial about azBIGmedia.com. Listen to the radio commercial here: The commercial is playing this summer on talk radio stations KTAR, KFNN and KFNX. If you hear our radio commercial be sure to let… Read More →

Survey: Trump more likely to support small business

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A Cox Business Survey of Arizonans, released Wednesday, found that respondents believed Republican Party front-runner Donald Trump would be more likely to support legislation that would provide more opportunity to small businesses than any other presidential candidate. The blind survey asked 153 Arizonans out of a group of 2,094 Cox customers across the country also… Read More →

Cook off challenge let teens show culinary chops

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This past weekend the Scottsdale Culinary Festival introduced a new experience, the Teen Cook Off: Challenge to the Chef’s. Valley teens were invited to participate and were judged on their cooking skills by local chefs. The competition was held on Saturday April 16th. The teams of teens compteted “Iron Chef style” according to the Culinary… Read More →

Apple unveils new, smaller iPhone

Phil Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of worldwide marketing, speaks on stage during an introduction of the new iPhone 5 at an Apple event in San Francisco, Wednesday Sept. 12, 2012. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)

Rumors that Apple would release a smaller phone proved true, Monday, as the California-based software firm unveiled the iPhone SE, which boasts a four-inch retina display. The iPhone SE has the same 64-bit A9 chip offered in iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus for fast speeds, longer battery life, faster wireless, a 12-megapixel iSight camera featuring… Read More →

Mesa eye-tracking company empowers those with disabilities

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Phoenix resident Howard Bell can’t use his hands to type, navigate on the web with a mouse or use any technology on his own. After he was born, doctors diagnosed Bell with spinal muscular atrophy, a disease that causes nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord to break down and die. But Bell hasn’t let the… Read More →

Pot of Gold Music Festival features Big Sean, Future

Pot of Gold Music Festival
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Lucky Man Concerts’ 2nd Annual Pot Of Gold Music Festival at Rawhide in Chandler. The all-ages, rain or shine event begins Thursday, March 17 at 2:30pm (gates 1:30pm), and continues Saturday, March 19 at 1:00pm (gates 12:00pm). Pot of Gold 2015 Slideshow:   Photos: Mike Mertes Single-day and two-day tickets are available for advance purchase at www.potofgoldaz.com, www.luckymanonline.com, the Marquee Box or… Read More →

Top 10 superfoods to enjoy before spring arrives

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For those in search of healthy, seasonal food for the New Year, there are plenty of options to be enjoyed. Many superfoods remain in-season, and in most cases generate their most vibrant crops throughout the colder months. Fogo de Chão, the internationally-renowned Southern Brazilian Steakhouse, breaks down its Top-10 Superfoods found on their Market Table,… Read More →

Offices near Sky Harbor sell for $17M

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Irgens purchased a 102,302 square-foot office building near Sky Harbor for $17 million near Van Buren and 44th Streets. The four-story building is located south of the Loop 202 and just off State Route 143 near Sky Harbor International Airport at 501 N. 44th St. The property, 501 Gateway, features 102,302 square-feet of prime office… Read More →

Mayor Greg Stanton reveals separation from wife

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Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton and his wife Nicole Stanton, managing partner of Quarles and Brady’s Phoenix office,  have separated after 10 years of marriage. The two-term mayor made the announcement via a Facebook posting that said, “This is an amicable decision.” The Stantons released the following statement this morning: “After 10 years of marriage that brought us tremendous joy… Read More →

$21M Tucson retirement community breaks ground

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The Weitz Company, a design and construction firm, broke ground for Hacienda at the River, a $21 million Watermark Retirement Communities, Inc. and The Freshwater Group of Tucson project. “The Weitz Company was honored to be selected to build this progressive retirement community that will provide the best possible care for its residents,” said Chris… Read More →