DMB Associates Archives

Karrin Taylor joins Joe Foss Institute Board

Gov. Jan Brewer, Scorpions for Breakfast

Joe Foss Institute (JFI) recently announced that it has named Karrin Taylor as vice chairman of the organization’s board of directors.  Taylor, who previously served as a JFI board member, brings extensive experience in government and political affairs and a passion for moving civics education forward in this country. Taylor joins an already impressive board,… Read More →

Valley Partnership on conquering the hill

Arizona State Capitol

Valley Partnership defines itself as an advocacy organization with responsible development at its core. Behind the organization’s educational Friday Morning Breakfasts, networking mixers, fundraisers and annual community project, Valley Partnership has three committees that work year-round on the organization’s advocacy efforts on a federal, state and cities/county issues. “Keeping with Valley Partnership’s focus on supporting… Read More →

Julie Brassell joins DIRTT Environmental Solutions

Julie Brassell
by in AZRE Magazine | Blogs | Newsmakers

Julie Brassell has been named business development manager at DIRTT Environmental Solutions. She previously was business development manager at Hunt & Caraway Architects. Her background in the commercial real estate industry includes positions at Brycon Construction, Jokake Construction, DMB Associates and Linthicum Custom Builders. Brassell is a member of AAED, ACE, SMPS Arizona, as well… Read More →

Metro Phoenix Land and Housing Forecast examines ‘refined opportunity’

Land Advisors, WEB

While the industry has experienced sub-par housing activity over the past 11 months, the anticipated pace of growth going forward depends on a few factors, not the least of which is credit and qualification conditions, household formation, employment growth, the cost of new construction and outsiders’ perceptions of the local market. What are the expectations… Read More →

Ground breaks on $25M Ocotillo Village Health Club & Spa

(L to R):  Mark Sklar - DMB, Councilmember Jack Sellers, Councilmember Jeff Weninger, Mayor Jay Tibshraeny, Councilmember Kevin Hartke, Carol Nalevanko - President of Village Health Clubs & Spa, Bennett Dorrance - DMB, Michael DeBell - DMB, David Bruner - DMB Circle Road, Charley Freericks - DMB, Mary Alexander - DMB.  Photo courtesy of John Buttel of Buttel Photography.

On June 18,  a group of city and business leaders including Chandler Mayor Jay Tibshraeny and Councilmembers Kevin Hartke, Jack Sellers and Jeff Weninger gathered in a freshly-graded dirt field to officially break ground on the $25 million Ocotillo Village Health Club & Spa. Joining the Mayor & Councilmembers at the groundbreaking ceremony were prominent… Read More →

It takes two

The "Class of 2014" advocates visit DMB Associates' masterplanned community Eastmark.

Valley principals host young professionals in inaugural advocates program A look around the room at a Valley Partnership Friday Morning Breakfast (FMB) reveals a who’s who of Arizona’s commercial real estate industry. You’ll see seasoned professionals sitting next to up-and-comers, and though these are an effective networking tool, Valley Partnership took the concept to the… Read More →

A valley of partners

Marina Heights is a development partnership between Ryan Companies and Sunbelt Holdings. Fellow Valley Partnership member Cushman & Wakefield was awarded the leasing assignment.

When Valley Partnership was founded 27 years ago, it was on the principles of responsible development. It has since grown to thousands of members throughout the commercial real estate community.

ULI Arizona announces joint event with AIA Phoenix Metro

ULI Stage, WEB

Contrasting ideas can create tension, but are necessary when it comes to successful development projects. That is the theme for the next ULI Arizona main program, titled “Design and Development – Two Perspectives,” the first joint event with AIA Phoenix Metro. The program is scheduled for June 3 at the Montelucia Resort, 4949 E. Lincoln… Read More →

GPEC Earns Economic Development honor


Cited as one of the Best to Invest Top U.S. Groups of 2013, the Greater Phoenix Economic Council (GPEC) has once again made Site Selection magazine’s annual ranking for top U.S. Economic Development Groups. “This recognition is a reflection of our elected and business leaders working together to promote Greater Phoenix and Arizona as business… Read More →

Seven homebuilders to construct at Verrado

Victory Rendering

The newest phase of residential development in the Heritage District at Verrado includes seven of Arizona’s most respected homebuilders, adding more than 630 homes to DMB Associates’ Buckeye community, now celebrating its 10th anniversary. These seven builders, selected for their commitment to quality and design, will offer a mix of residential options. This group of… Read More →

Silverleaf Realty Closes $5.7M Home in Silverleaf

Silverleaf, WEB

Spring in the Sonoran desert always brings more traffic to Scottsdale and Silverleaf has seen a strong uptick in visits to this golf community in the foothills of the McDowell Mountains.  Last week, Silverleaf Realty sold one of the most exclusive listings in North Scottsdale’s Silverleaf community, an 8,761 foot residence for $5.77 million ($658.45… Read More →

AZ's First Multi-Builder Community for Baby Boomers


DMB Associates announced today the four builders that will construct homes at Victory, Arizona’s first multi-builder community for people 55 years and better which will be located in the multi-generational community of Verrado. Only four homebuilders were selected among the interested top local and national homebuilders. The Phase One roster includes Lennar (NYSE: LEN), Maracay… Read More →

Sequoia Pathfinder Academy at Eastmark to Open in August

Pathfinder Elementary, Eastmark, DMB

Edkey Inc., the parent company of 16 Sequoia Charter Schools, has completed construction plans for the new $6.5 million kindergarten through 6th grade Sequoia Pathfinder Academy at Eastmark, located on Eastmark Parkway, north of Ray Road in Mesa. The new tuition-free elementary school, which will serve 400 students, is scheduled to open in August for… Read More →

Apple brings 700 jobs to Valley manufacturing plant

Phil Schiller
by in Business News | Tech

Apple Inc. says it will open a manufacturing plant in the Phoenix suburb of Mesa that will eventually employ 700 workers. “Apple’s presence in the region will be a game-changer for the Greater Phoenix area, its innovation landscape and future ability to attract other high-tech companies,” said GPEC President and CEO Barry Broome. “Between their… Read More →