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Final Marina Heights building turned over to State Farm

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by in AZRE Magazine | Construction

Ryan Companies and Sunbelt Holdings, co-developers of Marina Heights, completed construction of the project’s fifth and final office building and have turned over occupancy to State Farm at the 20-acre development on Tempe Town Lake. “It was the teamwork of State Farm, Sunbelt, Ryan Companies, the city of Tempe, ASU and the unwavering support of the Tempe community that made it… Read More →

Tempe to offer Equal Pay Business Partner designations

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The City of Tempe will award Equal Pay Business Partner designations on Wednesday, April 5, for the first time, making Tempe the first city in Arizona to have an equal pay designation. The designation is for local businesses that have shown proof that it provides equal pay for equal work to its employees. April 5… Read More →

Tempe Chamber of Commerce names Tempe Leadership members

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Tempe Leadership, a program of the Tempe Chamber of Commerce, announced the upcoming 2016-2017 members of Class XXXII. More than 34 individuals who live and/or work in Tempe applied to be a part of the long-standing leadership program. An executive committee of seven current Tempe Leadership Board of Directors members interviewed each candidate and determined… Read More →

Tempe unveils entrepreneur’s dream: BRIC (photos)

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Small businesses and emerging entrepreneurs in Tempe have a new business resource center and coworking space in the community. Located in the Tempe Public Library, which is at 3500 S. Rural Road, Tempe, the Business Resource and Innovation Center (BRIC) will host workshops to help small business owners as well as those considering starting new ones, provide… Read More →

Tempe selects developers for bio, tech campus

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by in AZRE Magazine | Construction

The City of Tempe moved forward with seeking the development of the city’s first biomedical and technology campus on 18 acres of Tempe land west of the Tempe Center for the Arts. On Thursday, the City Council selected a partnership of three businesses to negotiate with the city on a development agreement. The selected development… Read More →

California entertainment tech company opens Tempe offices

Entertainment Partners (EP), a California-based global end-to-end provider of payroll and production management services for all aspects of the entertainment industry, opened a new technology office in Tempe. The Tempe office represents a turning point for the company, as it pursues a technology-driven mission to modernize back office production in television and film. Greater Phoenix’s rapidly… Read More →

Barbara Lloyd appointed to Tempe commission

by in AZRE Magazine | Newsmakers

Barbara Lloyd, CCIM, a Senior Vice President at NAI Horizon, has been appointed to the City of Tempe Development Review Commission. Lloyd, a member of the NAI Investment Services Group, will serve as an alternate member of the commission for a 3-year term. The commission comprises seven members and three alternates. Alternate members serve at… Read More →

Valley Partnership leaders weigh in on the future of development

Valley Partnership’s mission is advocating responsible development. The advocacy group represents the commercial, industrial and masterplanned real estate development industry by presenting a balanced, pro-development perspective and the Valley’s best industry education and networking opportunities. But what should be the 25- or 30-year vision for Valley Partnership? What role do Valley Partnership’s leaders think the… Read More →

Apache road retail project approved for construction

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by in AZRE Magazine | Construction | Retail

Davis Enterprises – Investments & Development received approval from the City of Tempe to begin construction on a retail project at the northeast corner of Rural Road and Lemon Street in Tempe. Located in a high-density area of the city, the 11,800 square-foot project will feature storefront opportunities for 4-5 restaurant or retail users, with Rural Road frontage.… Read More →

Tempe approves entitlements for One Hundred Mill

Hayden House Tempe, LLC, a partnership between San Diego-based Douglas Wilson Companies (“DWC”) and Hensel Phelps Development LLC, a subsidiary of Hensel Phelps based in Greeley, CO, announced the name of their new mixed-use development project on the corner of Mill Avenue and Rio Salado Parkway, One | Hundred | Mill. The project name, which… Read More →

Catellus Development selected as developer for 330-acre ASU project

Arizona State University today announced its selection of Catellus Development Corporation as master developer for the ASU Athletic Facilities District, a unique mixed-use development on 330 acres at the northeast end of the ASU’s Tempe Campus. The District, envisioned as a model for creative urban neighborhood design and sustainable development, will be enlivened by its… Read More →

Pride Group, Salt River Fields strike deal

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Locally-based Pride Group is taking over the Valley one venue at a time. The full-service event company aims to be the Single Simple Solution™ for their clients. As of May 1, 2014, Pride Group will be the exclusive event services provider for Salt River Fields. Among the many services Pride Group will offer, they will… Read More →

Ryan Companies US, Sunbelt Holdings To Co-Develop 2 MSF Multi-Use Office Development In Tempe

The City of Tempe announced today that Ryan Companies US, Inc. and Sunbelt Holdings will develop a site owned by Arizona State University adjacent to Tempe Town Lake, subject to City Council approval of development agreement details in the coming month. State Farm will lease office space and anchor the multi-use development. “We are thrilled… Read More →

Concerts Take The Center Stage At Musical Instrument Museum In April

by in Events

Musical Instrument Museum marks the start of a series of events focusing on concerts, bringing performances by local and national artists to the Valley. Mini Music Makers Series Mondays and Wednesdays in April (1, 3, 8, 10, 15, 17, 22, 24) 9:30-10 a.m. for children ages 0-18 months 10:15-10:50 a.m. for children ages 18 months-3… Read More →