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Kimpton plans New Sedona Restaurant

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A new restaurant, SaltRock, is opening this September when Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants unveils its signature dining destination at Amara Resort & Spa in Sedona, Ariz., now undergoing a property-wide redesign, where Chef Massimo De Francesca has just been appointed executive chef. Chef Massimo is currently the executive chef at Taggia, located at Kimpton’s FireSky… Read More →

UnitedHealthcare, Banner Health Collaborate

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Banner Health Network and UnitedHealthcare are launching an accountable care organization (ACO) initiative to provide improved care coordination and enhanced health services to nearly 50,000 UnitedHealthcare plan participants in the region. Banner Health Network’s (BHN) partnership with UnitedHealthcare will help shift Arizona’s health care system from one based on volume of care to one that… Read More →

ASU ranks among ‘best buy’ public colleges

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Arizona State University has been named a “best buy” among public colleges and universities for 2015, according to Fiske Guide to Colleges. ASU is among 22 public colleges in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom selected for their demonstrated commitment to quality academics and affordability. According to Fiske, ASU is a place “where… Read More →

Chandler opens RFP for retail, entertainment

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The City of Chandler is looking for proposals to add mixed use development, including retail and entertainment to its downtown. The City has opened a Request for Proposals (RFP) for the 4.6-acre property located on the southwest corner of Chandler Boulevard and Arizona Avenue commonly known as Sites 1-2-3. This property acts as the northern… Read More →

Design firm brings ‘lifestyle experiences’ to multifamily properties

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Developing apartments just isn’t what it used to be. Today’s renter is a hipper, more sophisticated and savvier-than-ever consumer seeking affordable living spaces that are designed with their lifestyle in mind. The boring beige apartment complexes that saturate our Phoenix skyline have given way to design-oriented places to live that are being styled – and… Read More →

Online advertising co-op signs lease at SkySong 3

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An advertising innovator changing the way companies advertise online will set up shop at SkySong 3 early next year. The company, adhesive.co, is relocating from east Indian School Road and will begin its five-year lease at SkySong on January 1, 2015. The layout of the space will be in line with the online ad company’s philosophy of a creative and collaborative environment.… Read More →

Arizona Oncology’s Janicek Earns Top 10 Doctor Award

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, gynecologic oncologist with Arizona Oncology, a practice in The U.S. Oncology Network, was recently named a recipient of the 2014 Vitals Top 10 Doctor Award. This honor recognizes physicians, by specialty, with the highest patient ratings in their communities. “Vitals established the Top 10 Doctor Award to help patients easily identify the highest-rated doctors… Read More →

Sossaman Development plans to build retail project in Mesa

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Trenton McCullough and Shari A. Tucker-Gasser, Retail Investment Advisors in the Phoenix Sperry Van Ness office, represented the buyer, Sossaman Development LLC, in the $2,200,000 purchase of 4.95 acres of commercial land zoned LC, formerly known as C-2, in the City of Mesa. Located just north of Costco on the hard corner of Sossaman Road… Read More →

How to protect AC unit during monsoons

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Is your air conditioner ready for the dust storms, torrential downpours, thunder and lightning that is monsoon season? When an air conditioning system stops working during an Arizona summer, it is the worst and it can be very costly to repair or replace. Preventative maintenance is key to keeping you cool in the hot summer… Read More →

Culinary Dropout concept comes to Tempe this fall

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Fox Restaurant Concepts (FRC) and development partner, Brian Frakes, plan to open the first East Valley Culinary Dropout location in October 2014 on First Avenue and Farmer Avenue in Tempe, Ariz. Known for their innovative restaurant concepts, FRC is planning their largest project to date with this Culinary Dropout location at Farmer Arts District at… Read More →

Cresa executes disposition and new lease for 3M Company

Tenant representation firm Cresa announced that it had executed the disposition of a 270,890 SF building and 42 acres of land for $31.91 million in Ontario, Calif., for 3M Company. As part of the transaction, Cresa Phoenix negotiated a 10-year lease on a 454,877 SF distribution facility to be constructed on a vacant parcel nearby.… Read More →

NAIOP: Commercial real estate strongest since economic recovery

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The commercial real estate development industry grew at the strongest pace since the economic recovery began in 2011, according to an annual report on the state of the industry released today by the NAIOP Research Foundation.  The report, entitled “The Economic Impacts of Commercial Real Estate,” determined that the economic impact realized by the development… Read More →

Boulders’ spa turns over new leaf for autumn

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Autumn will bring fresh changes to Scottsdale’s legendary Waldorf Astoria Spa at The Boulders. The world-class spa is completing a series of refurbishments just in time to introduce its new fall menu of services, which will focus on healing and renewing skin damaged by the summer sun. Physical changes to the spa include renovations to… Read More →

Dos and Don’ts when Paying for College

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Back to school specials are about to take over our shopping experiences once again, but for many high school students, this is also the time to start shopping for college. It takes more than clipping out a coupon to make sure you get a good deal. To many, it can seem so intimidating that many… Read More →