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SunRidge Canyon unveils golf course enhancements

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SunRidge Canyon Golf Club, ranked amongst the “Top 20 Best Courses You Can Play” in Arizona by Golf Magazine, is undergoing an impressive enhancement project that will be certain to elevate the club even higher in national and state rankings. The project was designed to enhance agronomic conditions and improve upon playability, while maintaining the… Read More →

Local nonprofit brings History Channel star to the Valley

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In an effort to educate and get people to rethink waste; Stardust Building Supplies is hosting Salvage This!, the 3rd annual fundraiser and celebration of reuse. The event, which is set to be held at the Showcase Room at The Yard in Tempe, is meant to inspire individuals to build a sustainable community. During the… Read More →

L’Auberge de Sedona to undergo Summer renewal

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This summer, L’Auberge de Sedona, the acclaimed creekside retreat nestled among the Red Rocks of Sedona, will undergo a summer renewal process. Come fall, the celebrated dining, spa, and wellness destination will unveil an enhanced creekside arrival experience, upgraded luxury guest accommodations, elevated dining offerings – fueled by a new state-of-the-art kitchen, and a completely… Read More →

Remodeling group honors Contractors of the Year

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The Greater Phoenix Chapter of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (GP NARI) announced the 2014 Local CotY (Contractor of the Year)TM Winners. Behrmann Home Basics, Residential Kitchen Over $60,000 Custom Creative Marble & Granite, Residential Bath Under $30,000 & Universal Design Homework Remodels, Residential Kitchen Between $40,000 – $80,000 Tri-Lite Builders, Residential Kitchen Between… Read More →

Fleming’s renovates decor and menu

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Fleming’s Scottsdale, located at 6333 N. Scottsdale Rd., has renovated its property to a more modern and architecturally hip environment. To go along with the new space, it has also released a few new items on an extended happy hour menu. The location’s most unique new factor is the wood flooring in the entry way –… Read More →

Arhaus brings handcrafted goods to Scottsdale

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Arhaus, known internationally for its exclusive assortment of handcrafted home goods, is moving in to Scottsdale at Kierland Commons, 7030 East Greenway Parkway, marking the retailer’s first ever store in Arizona. Arhaus will soon begin to renovate a little more than 31,000 sq. ft. spanning two floors—a space formerly occupied by Barnes & Noble. Chairman… Read More →

Tucson designer finds national acclaim via Houzz website, app

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It’s often said advertising is key to a successful business. In that case, Within Interior Design Studio found it on national television with the use of a website. Just how the commercial and residential interior design firm based out of Tucson got this opportunity began when 35-year old interior designer and principal of Within Studio… Read More →

Six Tips to Liven Up Your Laundry Room

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With the average American family doing more than 400 loads of laundry each year, it’s no wonder the laundry room has become one of the most popular remodeling projects in the house. Often out of sight and out of mind, most laundry rooms are designed like closets rather than efficient utility rooms. According to decorator… Read More →

Apartments on Thomas Win Top Design Award From American Society of Interior Designers

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Deco Communities’ Cabana on Thomas project has won the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) Arizona North Chapter’s prestigious Adaptive Use award, a top design industry award honoring excellence in interior design. Cabana on Thomas is one of Deco Communities’ apartment renovation projects in which infill buildings are revamped and given a new vibrant life.… Read More →

Your Scottsdale Roof Should Be White. Here’s Why:

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Far too often people choose roofing materials on a whim. Some people make their selection based on the latest fashion. Others look for roofing materials with a price closest to zero. The majority, though, picks their roofing materials without looking at the broader energy efficiency consequences of their decision. And when it comes to energy… Read More →

Hot in Scottsdale: An Insiders’ Look into what will become Scottsdale’s latest trends

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Frank Aazami, of the Private Client Group, Russ Lyon I Sotheby’s International Realty, Scottsdale, says local home-building continues to look up. Because of the imbalance between population growth and new home-building, the Valley has several years of rising prices ahead, he says. “How fast and how high they rise, I cannot tell, but the idea… Read More →

Home, Green, Home

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An environmentally-friendly remodel is a life-changing undertaking, both for your personal health and the health of your home. It involves a thorough assessment of toxic emissions from both inside and outside of the home and what can be done to lessen the home’s carbon footprint and any effects it has on the health of its… Read More →

Outdoor Design Trends: Earth, Water, Fire and… comfort

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Each year, while the rest of the country is buried under a blanket of snow, leaving many hidden inside and wrapped in a blanket with a mug of hot chocolate in hand, Valley residents are boastfully enjoying the great outdoors. And why shouldn’t we? The winter and spring months are our haven here in the… Read More →

JAMIE LOVES IN APRIL… SPRING HOME

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Following up with last month’s column, I am giving you tips and tricks to make your home fresh and new for spring! Paint it black If you are looking for a fresh and elegant look for your home, then the answer is simple- paint all your interior doors black! If your doors are in good… Read More →