arizona state university Archives

ACC Awards honor Arizona’s top in-house attorneys

Effective corporate counsel has never been more important than it is in Arizona’s evolving knowledge-based economy. Thursday night, before a sold-out crowd at The Camby/Autograph Collection Hotel (formerly the Ritz-Carlton), Az Business magazine recognized the important and vital role that in-house counsel plays in the success of a business with the Arizona Corporate Counsel Awards (ACC… Read More →

Phoenix entry-level homes see appreciation

Good news for folks owning homes priced below $250,000 as they appreciated the most in 2015 between 6 and 12 percent, according to the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University’s most recent housing report. Homes priced in the next tier, $250,000 to $500,000 saw modest appreciation at 2 to 6 percent while… Read More →

Arizona Center sells for $126 million

by in AZRE Magazine | New to Market | Office | Retail

Continuing to expand its downtown Phoenix presence, San Diego-based Parallel Capital Partners, in joint-venture with Angelo, Gordon and Co., announced today it has acquired Arizona Center – a Class A, 16-acre mixed-use campus in downtown Phoenix – for $126 million. Spanning over one million square feet, the Van Buren Street property – acquired from Equity… Read More →

Glendale’s Greenway Promenade sells for $8.3M

Greenway Promenade, a 62,949 square foot retail center, sold for $8,300,000, or $131.85/SF. The shopping center is located on the northwest corner of two major arterial thoroughfares (Greenway Road and 59th Avenue) and is across the street from Thunderbird School of Global Management which is a part of Arizona State University. Built in 1988, and… Read More →

Kimber Lanning thinks big for small businesses

It takes one to know one. When it comes to small business in Arizona, Kimber Lanning is and knows everyone. Lanning, champion of local businesses as the founder and executive director of nonprofit Local First Arizona, dropped out of Arizona State University at the age of 19 to open Stinkweeds, an independently owned and operated… Read More →

NAIOP selects 12 young professionals for mentor program

The 2015-2016 NAIOP Arizona Developing Leaders Mentor Program protégés have been announced, and the 12 young professionals come from all corners of the Valley’s commercial real estate industry. Each protégé was selected to participate in the year-long program in which they will attend educational seminars and complete a full scale development project by the end… Read More →

ASU student-athletes juggle school, sports

Many American universities pride themselves on their beloved sports teams and their athletes. Intercollegiate athletics is what holds many campuses together, instilling traditions and discipline. College also comes with an extensive academic load – and let’s not forget – stressful social life. Finding a balance for student athletes involves juggling all three, which can extend… Read More →

ASU: Volcanic rocks hold clues to Earth’s interior

The journey for volcanic rocks found on many volcanic islands began deep within the Earth. Brought to the Earth’s surface in eruptions of deep volcanic material, these rocks hold clues as to what is going on deep beneath Earth’s surface. Studies of rocks found on certain volcanic islands, known as ocean island basalts, revealed that… Read More →

Experts predict steady growth for Arizona economy

Arizona Economic Forecast 2011, Economic Recovery

Say goodbye to the recession and keep an eye on slow, steady growth for the state and nation in 2016. That’s what experts said today at the 52nd annual Economic Forecast Luncheon co-sponsored by Arizona State University’s W. P. Carey School of Business and JPMorgan Chase. Four experts delivered a comprehensive overview of what’s happening… Read More →

ASU scientist solving puzzle of Earth’s oxygen

Earth’s oxygen-rich atmosphere emerged as transient “whiffs” in shallow oceans around 2.5 billion years ago, according to new research from Canadian and US scientists. These whiffs of oxygen likely happened in the following 100 million years, changing the levels of oxygen in Earth’s atmosphere until enough accumulated to create a permanently oxygenated atmosphere around 2.4… Read More →

Quarles & Brady adds Andrea Landeen to staff

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The national law firm of Quarles & Brady LLP announced that Andrea “Andy” Landeen has joined the firm’s Phoenix office in its Restructuring, Bankruptcy & Creditors’ Rights Group. Landeen focuses primarily on the representation of lenders and other creditors in pre- and post-judgment litigation. Her practice emphasizes litigation including commercial contracts, deeds of trust, enforcement of promissory notes, personal and commercial guaranties,… Read More →

Do dating apps offer real-world connections?

College students use dating apps as a new method for connecting with peers, which some may compare to traditional dating websites. Arizona State University student Brandon Dovgan explained Tinder, a dating app, and traditional dating websites are “similar in the sense that they both require starting a conversation and getting to know someone virtually before… Read More →

Carrington College named executive campus director

Carrington College announced that Michael Como has been appointed executive campus director at Carrington’s Mesa campus, which is located at 1001 W. Southern Ave. In his role, Como will oversee optimal student experience, manage operational excellence and lead all site operations. Currently, the campus offers either certificate and/or associate degree programs in criminal justice, dental assisting, dental hygiene,… Read More →

Landings Credit Union adds new board member

Landings Credit Union has a new face on their Board of Directors, Barbara Lloyd. Barbara, who graduated from Arizona State University and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish, is Senior Vice President of the Investment Services Group at NAI Horizon in Phoenix. Barbara is an active member of CCIM (Certified Commercial Investment Member)… Read More →