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Father and son duos corner CRE market

(Appearing from left to right) Carter and David Wilson, Steven and Steven P. Bodeman, Trevor and Steve McKendry, Carl and Ben Johnson (Photo courtesy of DAUM Phoenix)
by in AZRE Magazine | Newsmakers

As people prepare to celebrate Father’s Day on Sunday, the Phoenix offices of Daum Commercial Real Estate is proud to have a number of dad/son teams creating great achievements together, at work and home. Daum Commercial Real Estate Services, California’s oldest commercial real estate brokerage company established in 1904 opened its Phoenix offices in 1973.… Read More →

Arizona resorts offer hot staycation deals

The Boulders Resort & Spa

Arizona is home to some of the world’s most fantastic pools, luxurious spas, romantic retreats, spectacular golf courses and best restaurants. So if you need a summer getaway, why not save money and take advantage of staycation deals? Forget about flight delays and rental cars because many of Arizona’s award-winning hotels and resorts offer summer deals that… Read More →

Colliers International scores leasing rights for Biltmore Center

Biltmore Center

ViaWest Group selected Colliers International in Phoenix as the exclusive leasing agent for Biltmore Center, previously known as Biltmore Financial Center, a landmark Class-A office complex at the northwest corner of 24th Street and Camelback Road. “The new ownership of Biltmore Center has embraced the evolution of office tenancy and is activating an environment that… Read More →

Transwestern adds Debra Schooler to healthcare advisory team

Debra Schooler

Debra Schooler joined the Transwestern’s Healthcare Advisory Services group as the vice president and national director of Healthcare Property Management on Monday. Based in Phoenix, Schooler will support business development efforts while focusing on national healthcare real estate best practices and training across property and facilities management, lease administration and real estate compliance. “As our… Read More →

ABI Multifamily hires VP to Phoenix HQ

ABI Multifamily

The expansion of the ABI Multifamily‘s Phoenix Headquarters continues with the welcoming of Royce Munroe as Vice President of the Mid/Small Apartment Group. “Royce provides an extremely unique and valuable perspective to our organization; specifically, he co-founded and led Southwest Realty and Property Management prior to its acquisition and was responsible for over 1,200-plus residential… Read More →

Glendale Manor Apartment Homes sold for $10M

Glendale Manor Apartment Homes (Photo courtesy of ABI Multifamily)

ABI Multifamily, a multifamily brokerage and advisory service firm, announced the sale of the Glendale Manor Apartment Homes for $10 million on Monday. The 328-unit complex sits on 11.71-acres of land less than one mile from Downtown Glendale and includes 39 total buildings plus the leasing center. The property, built in phases between 1963 and… Read More →

Tyler Smith joins NAI Horizon office property team

Tyler Smith

NAI Horizon welcomed Tyler Smith to the company’s office property team as the Senior Vice President. His experience stems back 19 years including work on commercial land sales, marketing office buildings and condominiums for sale and lease in addition to tenant and buyer representation. Tyler previously worked at Colliers International, Cavan Commercial and the former… Read More →

Gardner Capital develops $18M senior housing community

Gardner Capital

Gardner Capital Development moves forward on plans to develop the El Caro Senior Residences in Phoenix after being awarded a reservation of Low Income Housing Tax Credits from the Arizona Department of Housing. The $18 million affordable senior housing project consists of 102 energy-efficient one- and two-bedroom apartments on 5-acres of land located at 19th… Read More →

How Arizona hikers can avoid bee attacks

Extreme Sport, Arizona Adventures

Recent bee attacks turned a normal summer day into a deadly encounter. Last month, a 22-year-old Louisiana man died after being stung more than 1,000 times while hiking in Usery Mountain Park in Mesa. Alex Bestler was walking with a friend when bees attacked. Bestler’s friend was able to escape the bees by running into… Read More →

Large tech companies are critical to a startup community

Self-Service Technologies, Technology
by in AZ Business Magazine | Tech

During a recent interview on the local tech startup community, I was asked to list the features of a vibrant startup ecosystem. I ticked off the standard items like access to capital, research universities, smart people, support, and a positive regulatory and tax environment. But I felt like something was missing. Later that week, I… Read More →

CBRE brings Troon North Golf Club to market

Troon North Golf Club
Overview, Pinnacle Course
Scottsdale, Arizona
by in AZRE Magazine | Brokerage

CBRE has been tapped to market the iconic Troon North Golf Club for sale in Scottsdale, Arizona. Designed by golf icons Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish, both courses at Troon North have been ranked by Golf Magazine as one of the “Top 100 Golf Courses You Can Play” and considered by many to be a… Read More →

IPA starts building Generations at Ahwatukee

Flagstaff lost the highest percentage of construction jobs
by in AZRE Magazine | Construction | Medical

Investment Property Associates LLC (IPA) and Retirement Community Specialists (RCS) announced construction is now underway on its senior living community, Generations at Ahwatukee. The project, located at the southeast corner of Chandler Boulevard and 50th Street is targeted for completion by mid-summer 2017. The community will include a total of 137 units, comprised of 97 independent/assisted living… Read More →

The rise of the home-owning tourist

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It’s no secret that Arizona is the place to be in the wintertime. The warm, sunny days coupled with a variety of events around the Valley often entice tourists to call Arizona their home for part of the year. As one of the top “snowbird” states in the nation, when should tourists consider transitioning from… Read More →

Mortenson Construction expands East Coast footprint

construction industry
by in AZRE Magazine | Construction

Mortenson Construction announced Wednesday it has expanded its operations in the Washington, D.C. area with the addition of a new office in McLean, VA. Mortenson has been serving the mission needs of the Federal Government across the United States for more than 30 years and currently has several projects underway in the Washington, D.C. area. “The expansion of our… Read More →