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Winnresidential Adds Apartment Portfolio in Arizona

by in Brokerage | Business News

WinnResidential, the property management arm of WinnCompanies, announced today that it has assumed management responsibilities for Highridge Costa Investors, a leading developer and asset manager, at six of their multifamily communities in the state of Arizona. As a part of this partnership, WinnResidential will take over the property management, maintenance and leasing for all six… Read More →

Snapshot: Downtown Phoenix Buildings

One Lexington
by in Around Arizona | Snapshot

Gallery of downtown Phoenix buildings. HDR (High Dynamic Range) technique was added to the photo to give a more dramatic effect. HDR is a set of techniques that allow a greater dynamic range of luminance between the lightest and darkest areas of an image than current standard digital imaging techniques or photographic methods. This wide… Read More →

Sustainability Is Possible In The Suburbs. Really.

Illustration of suburb with recycle logo
by in Columnist Spotlight | Green

Is it possible to build a sustainable suburb? The answer depends largely upon your perspective. Of course, sustainability is a word freely associated these days with eco-friendly building materials, alternative energy and “living off the grid,” and is usually used in conjunction with the concepts of urban living, light-rail and transportation-oriented development. However, some of… Read More →

Green News Roundup-Greener Building, Education & More

Recycling Bins
by in Blogs | Education | Green

For those of you involved in the green/sustainability arena, you are probably still decompressing from the impressive event that was the Greenbuild 2009 Conference and Expo that was held last week. With over 27,000 attendees, the Phoenix Convention Center, Chase Field, local businesses, and the entire community were host to a remarkable event. Produced by… Read More →

Jeff Roberts – Vice President Of Real Estate Development At Opus West

Jeff Roberts Opus West

About 10 years after its Phoenix headquarters opened in 1979, Opus West came up against a major recession in the Valley. It survived that test and is weathering today’s economic downturn with the same tactics. A division of the Minneapolis-based Opus Group real estate development company, Opus West is going head-to-head with Arizona’s moribund economy… Read More →

The Long View

The Long View 2008

By Melissa Bordow In real estate, as in love, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. So when you ask major players in the Valley’s office-condominium market how attractive it is, you’ll get wildly divergent answers. On one hand, brokers, bankers and economists can tell you what the numbers say: Office-condo sales have lost… Read More →