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Interior designers to fight for title act in Arizona

Wavebreak Media Ltd

There is more to an interior designer’s work than what meets the eye. A coalition of designers have been trying to get Arizona lawmakers to recognize this since 2011, when its most recent draft to include interior designers in Arizona Revised Statutes failed to pass. Their edits would have made Arizona the 31st state to… Read More →

Cassidy Turley Completes $1.07M Sale of Deer Valley Industrial Property

21601 21st Avenue_Pompay
by in Brokerage | Office

Cassidy Turley sold 21601 N. 21st Ave., a ±13,068-square-foot warehouse property in Phoenix. Bunker Hill, LLC. (Phoenix), purchased the property for $1,078,000 ($82.49/psf) from High Altitude Holdings, LLC (Anthem, Ariz.). John Pompay of Cassidy Turley’s Industrial Group represented the buyer. Eric Bell and Mike Ciosek, with VOIT Real Estate Services negotiated the transaction for the… Read More →

Tax Incentives for Green Construction Projects

Tax Incentives - AZRE Magazine July/August 2010
by in Building Green

It Saves to be Green – Tax Incentives Though famous for saying, “It’s not easy being green,” Kermit the Frog may be singing a different tune in today’s economy, where going “green” often comes with significant opportunities for tax incentives and savings. Both the federal government and many states, including Arizona, provide a range of… Read More →

Arizona Cardinals Stadium Plays Host To Outside Events

Scott Norton

Beyond Football When the pigskin isn’t flying, Arizona Cardinals Stadium plays host to an impressive lineup of outside events. By Tiffany M. Obergfoll Valley sports fans share their anticipation as Cardinals Stadium draws nearer to opening day this summer—an opening day that will offer a glimpse of what’s to come, as the state-of-the-art facility will… Read More →