City of Peoria Archives

Plaza Companies gets negotiating rights to parcel along Loop 101

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by in AZRE Magazine

The City of Peoria is continuing to push its economic development efforts with a new agreement with Plaza Companies on a critical 14-acre parcel at the southwest corner of Loop 101 and Peoria Avenue. The Peoria City Council voted last week to grant Plaza Companies exclusive negotiating rights on the city-owned parcel with the goal of creating a new commercial office… Read More →

Plaza Companies selected to build Peoria Innovation Campus (Photos)

Plaza Companies

Plaza Companies is working to help the City of Peoria become a hub for innovation and technology.  Plaza Companies has been selected to build a 17-acre Peoria Innovation Campus in the city’s P83 Entertainment District, a property at 83rd Avenue south of Bell Road, adjacent to Loop 101 and the Peoria Sports Complex.  The Peoria City Council has approved an Exclusive Negotiating… Read More →

Cactus League names Jeff Meyer new president

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Scottsdale businessman Jeff Meyer, long active in sports and tourism circles, has been elected President of the Cactus League Baseball Association. Meyer’s two-year volunteer term ends June 30, 2018. He has served on the Cactus League’s board for 17 years as a representative of the Scottsdale Charros. “I am honored and grateful for the opportunity… Read More →

NAI Horizon negotiates lease in Peoria

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by in AZRE Magazine | Brokerage

NAI Horizon’s Troy Giammarco and Nathan Pancrazi were instrumental in securing a new eight year lease of a 29,222 square-foot space for Huntington University’s Phoenix Campus for Digital Media Arts in the P83 Entertainment District. Huntington University came to Giammarco and Pancrazi in August 2015 needing help with their Economic Development Agreement (EDA) with the… Read More →

Valley Partnership reveals reality of residential real estate

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Valley Partnership has announced the topic for its upcoming monthly breakfast on Friday, April 17. The month’s program will feature an update on the Valley’s residential real estate market in 2014. Panelists will discuss whether 2015 will be more of the same or if the industry will finally see the uptick many believe is around… Read More →

BioInspire earns ‘Excellence in Innovation’ award

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BioInspire, the Peoria-based incubator for medical device companies, accepted an “Excellence in Innovation” award at WESTMARC’S Best of the West award ceremony this week. The award is the latest recognition for BioInspire, whose goal is to help start-up companies in the competitive field of medical device innovative gain a competitive edge. The BioInspire facility is… Read More →

Gap is Narrowing on Immigration Reform

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by in Columnist Spotlight | Politics

Various Arizona Chamber and business leaders have made numerous visits to Washington, D.C. over the years to push for reform of our nation’s badly broken immigration system. As a border state, we understand this issue well. For years, the business community in Arizona has been pressing Congress and the Administration for a secure border, workable… Read More →

City of Peoria honors BioAccel

BioAccel has received the City of Peoria’s 2013 Economic Development Award for the development and management of BioInspire, a medical device-focused accelerator program. MaryAnn Guerra, BioAccel’s CEO, and Thomas Rainey, Director of BioInspire, will accept the award on behalf of BioAccel’s staff, Board and advisors at the Peoria Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Awards Celebration, May… Read More →

BIG Green Awards: Corporate Green Programs & Practices

Corporate Green Programs & Practices - city-of-peoria - AZ Business Magazine Jul/Aug 2010

Twelve categories, hundreds of nominations — but only one will take home the green. It’s the first annual Southwest Build-it-Green Awards, where BIG teamed up with the USGBC to bring you the leanest sustainable leaders and projects in Arizona. Recipient: City of Peoria Green initiatives have gone from paper and thoughts to parks and neighborhoods… Read More →