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W Scottsdale’s WET Deck dresses up as Gotham City this Halloween

Gotham City

W Scottsdale announced it’s throwing a haunted Halloween weekend with leather, lace, heroes and villains; transforming the WET deck into the corrupted Gotham City on Friday, Oct. 31. Doors open at 8 p.m. and the event is 21 years and older. Join W Scottsdale this Halloween as guests are invited to experience the sinister side… Read More →

Thinking about buying your teen a smartphone?

T Mobile IPhone

TeenSafe, maker of the leading iPhone, iPad and Android monitoring software for parents, is reminding moms and dads planning on buying their teen a smartphone this holiday season to be prepared and empowered with the proper tools to help them keep a watchful eye on their child in this technologically advanced world. “As a society,… Read More →

American Traffic Solutions relocates 600 employees to Waypoint

Waypoint at Riverview

Harvard Investments, Lincoln Property Company (LPC) and American Traffic Solutions (ATS) announced today that ATS will be relocating more than 600 employees to Waypoint, a new Class-A office campus located in Mesa, Ariz. ATS’s lease includes total occupancy of one of two new buildings planned by owner Harvard Investments and development partner LPC. “We welcome… Read More →

Digital Marketing Firm Pyxl Headed to SkySong

Content Marketing

Pyxl, a leading full-service digital marketing firm recently named to the Inc. 5000 list for fastest growing privately-held companies, is going to make its new home at SkySong. The company is relocating from another location on N. Scottsdale Rd. and will move to its expanded, 2,500 square feet location at SkySong in December. Pyxl designs… Read More →

SRP Surpasses Energy Efficiency Goals

energy policies

Salt River Project exceeded its annual goal of helping residential and commercial customers save energy and money through the utility’s Energy Efficiency programs and initiatives. Last year, SRP’s Energy Efficiency programs for both residential and commercial customers provided annual energy savings equal to 2.3 percent of SRP’s retail energy sales that resulted in a savings… Read More →

Renovations complete at Biltmore Commerce Center

Biltmore Commerce Center, WEB

DPC Development announced the completion of the interior and exterior renovation of Biltmore Commerce Center, a 260,000-square-foot, Class A office building at 3200 E. Camelback Rd. Built in 1985, the three-story building was purchased in August 2013 by Colorado-based DPC Development in partnership with Bridge Partners of Salt Lake City. Biltmore Commerce Center was 74… Read More →

Alumni Mobilize To Save Frank Lloyd Wright School

1glass

The words contained in the Last Will and Testament of Frank Lloyd Wright stand in contrast to the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation’s announcement last month that it may close the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture. Wright’s Will, written in 1958, leaves no doubt about his wishes and priorities. It notes the Frank Lloyd Wright… 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 →

‘YOYO’ Economy Creates New Reality

Key Elements to Retirement Planning

With Social Security in its 79th year, and with real concerns about the future of the program, there is a different reality for retirement planning than when the agency started many years ago. Preparing for a secure retirement has changed drastically with today’s Baby Boomers living in what many call a YOYO (You’re On Your… 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 →

7 Business Lessons Learned from Cancer

cancer

I never set out to be a “survivor.” My life’s aspirations were pretty basic: become successful professionally, marry my soul mate, have two beautiful children and perhaps even retire early. Getting cancer certainly wasn’t on the list. But there I was, lying on the operating table the day of my surgery, shivering – not knowing… Read More →

AZBio honors Fast Lane Award winners

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Three innovative and ground-breaking companies were honored by the Arizona Bioindustry Association at the AZBio Awards on Sept. 17 as AZBio Fast Lane Award honorees. The companies honored were: • Cancer Prevention Pharmaceuticals, Inc. is developing novel therapeutic agents, diagnostics, and lifestyle recommendations that make possible the treatment of risk factors for cancer. • Pinnacle… Read More →

Spirit of Enterprise Award Finalists named

Staying Innovative as a One Man Operation

Arizona is still recovering from the Great Recession, and many local businesses are playing a key role in the comeback. Today, some of the state’s best companies are being recognized as finalists for the 18th annual Spirit of Enterprise Awards from the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. The prestigious awards… Read More →