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Rosecrest Apartments in the heart of midtown sells for $929K

ORION announced that Rosecrest Apartments has sold for $929,000, or $61,933/unit. The property is well-located in the heart of Midtown on 3rd Avenue and Camelback Road. Situated on an approximate half-acre of land, Rosecrest Apartments is comprised of three block-constructed buildings totaling 15 units. The property is individually metered for electricity and was 100% occupied at close of escrow.

Associates Zack Mishkin and Jamie Canute of ORION Investment Real Estate negotiated the sale. “Imagine owning a mid-century, garden-style apartment complex right in the heart of Midtown, walking distance to not one, but two Light Rail stations and numerous notable eateries. Well, that’s The Rosecrest Apartments,” says Mishkin. “Notable businesses in the area include: Uptown Plaza (undergoing a mid-century styled renovation), Dutch Bros. Coffee, The Newton, Postino, Windsor, Federal Pizza, Joyride Taco House, and St. Francis,” he further explains. The Seller was Phoenix Venture Capital LLC. Individual, Bryan Nash, purchased the property.

Please contact Mishkin or Canute for more details regarding this transaction, additional investment opportunities, or to discuss the sale of your property.

March deal photo - Dutch Bros

De Rito Partners recent July transactions

Rancho Grande Center adds yerberia
A yerberia shop finalized a deal to add a new location in South Phoenix, at the northeast corner of Central Avenue and Broadway Road. Stan Sanchez represented the landlord in completing the lease of the 750-square-foot space.

DC Ranch Crossing welcomes Urban Winery
Urban Winery signed a lease to join DC Ranch Crossing at the southeast corner of Pima Road and Union Hills Drive in Scottsdale. John M. Palmieri and Paul Serafin represented the landlord in completing the deal for 2,463 square feet.

Dutch Bros. Coffee increases Valley presence
Dutch Bros. Coffee completed a ground lease of 14,060 square feet at the southeast corner of Scottsdale Road and Grayhawk Drive in Scottsdale. Brian Bridgman and Marty Olejarczyk represented Dutch Bros. in completing the transaction.

Metro PCS retailer opens in South Phoenix
A Metro PCS retailer finalized a transaction to open another Valley location at the northeast corner of 19th Avenue and Southern Avenue in Phoenix. Jeff Schonberger represented the landlord in completing the lease of the 1,176-square-foot space.

Amazing Lash joins Tempe Marketplace
Amazing Lash Studio signed a lease to take a 2,465-square-foot space at Tempe Marketplace at Loop 202 and McClintock Drive. Morey Fischel represented the tenant in completing the transaction.

Ticket software and solutions company adds office in Scottsdale
Ticket Evolution, a national software company servicing ticket resellers, completed a deal to open an office near Gray Road and Hayden Road in Scottsdale. Jeff Schonberger represented the tenant in completing the lease of the 920-square-foot office space.

Subway completes deal at Santan Gateway South
Subway completed a deal for 1,542 square feet at Santan Gateway South located at the southeast corner of Loop 202 Freeway and Arizona Avenue. Mike Kumelski and Paul Serafin represented the landlord in completing the deal.

Golden Hawaiian BBQ adds second location
Golden Hawaiian BBQ signed a deal to open a second Valley location near the northeast corner of Dobson Road and Chandler Boulevard. Gordon Heckaman and Carl Jones, Jr. represented the landlord in completing the lease of 1,807 square feet.

One Stop Shop plans fourth Valley location
One Stop Shop, a retailer specializing in tailoring, jewelry and shoe repair, and dry cleaning, finalized a lease to open their fourth Valley shop, this one is located at the southeast corner of Tatum Boulevard and Greenway Road in Phoenix. Lizette Borbon-Iskhakova represented the tenant in leasing the 750-square-foot space.

Supercuts joins Pebble Creek Marketplace
Supercuts signed a lease for a 1,080-square-foot space at the southwest corner of Pebble Creek Parkway and McDowell Road in Goodyear. Paul Serafin and Chris Corso represented the landlord in completing the transaction.

Western State Bank purchases property in Sun City West
Western State Bank finalized the purchase of a former bank facility located along R H Johnson Boulevard just south of Meeker Boulevard in Sun City West. Larry Zebe represented the buyer in completing the sale of the facility.

Mr. Spa Man adds fifth Valley location
Mr. Spa Man Spas leased a 1,750-square-foot space at The Pavilions at Talking Stick, marking the fifth Valley location for the retailer. Gordon Heckaman and Carl Jones, Jr. represented the landlord in completing the transaction.

Rodney D. Young continues expansion
Rodney D. Young signed a lease to open its 24th Arizona location at the northeast corner of 7th Street and McDowell Road in Phoenix. Carl Jones, Jr. and Lizette Borbon-Iskhakova represented the tenant in completing the lease of the 3,002-square-foot space.

AZDES relocates branch to new site
The Arizona Department of Economic Security relocated one of its offices to a 14,554-square-foot space at the northwest corner of 43rd Avenue and Indian School Road in Phoenix. Stan Sanchez and Paul Serafin represented the landlord in completing the lease.

JBJV, LLC purchases Mesa office building
JBJV, LLC purchased a 6,800-square-foot office building at the southwest corner of Southern Avenue and Pasadena in Mesa. Bruce Milton and Justin Rihs represented the seller in completing the deal.

Popeyes joins Ocotillo Plaza in Chandler
Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen completed the purchase of a pad at the northwest corner of Alma School Road and Queen Creek Road in Chandler. Larry Zebe and Matt Morrell represented the owner in completing the sale.

Former El Santo Bar & Grill building sold
TheoryR Properties purchased the former El Santo Bar & Grill located at 73rd Street and Butherus Drive in Scottsdale. Stan Sanchez and John M. Palmieri represented the owner in completing the sale of the 9,285-square-foot building.


Dutch Bros. Coffee serving one can at a time

This Valentine’s Day, 240 Dutch Bros. Coffee locations will be collecting nonperishable food for community food banks.

Each Valentine’s Day, Dutch Bros. Coffee participates in Dutch Luv Day. Franchisees come along side their community and band together to collect food for their local food banks. All Dutch Bros. locations will collect donated nonperishable food items. Last year, the company donated 233,401 pounds of food, and hopes to donate even more this year.

Dutch Bros. locations in Arizona will be serving as a drop site for cash donations and canned goods. One dollar of every drink sold will benefit the United Food Bank, and for each dollar Dutch Bros. Arizona donates, 5 meals will be provided. “Our goal is to raise enough money to pay for 100,000 meals,” said Josh Hayes, Dutch Bros. Phoenix Regional Manager.

The week prior to Dutch Luv Day, Dutch Bros. Arizona Broistas will be volunteering at United Food Bank

“Dutch Bros. serves as a platform to give back to the community,” said Dutch Bros. Coffee Co-Founder Travis Boersma. “We’re blessed with an opportunity to band together with nearby communities and spread the “Luv” by providing canned goods for local food banks.”

All Dutch Bros. locations are locally owned and operated allowing franchisees each year to choose the local organizations important to them, which can benefit from the canned goods collected.

“Dutch Bros. Arizona is phenomenal,” said Melissa Forrester, United Food Bank’s Community Outreach Coordinator. “We’re so excited to have their help; they truly inspire me!”

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Dutch Bros. Coffee's “Pink Out” Day To Benefit Breast Cancer Walk, Screenings

Part of the Dutch Mafia? Then you’re probably well aware that Dutch Bros. Coffee is holding a “Pink Out” Day on October 1 in honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness month. And for those of you who aren’t an avid Dutch Bros. drinker, here’s your chance to learn more about it.

Dutch Bros. "Be Aware" tumblerAll Dutch Bros. Coffee Arizona locations will be donating 50 cents of every drink sold to the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk, a three-mile, non-competitive walk that will help raise awareness for those affected by breast cancer. And, the proceeds from the Breast Cancer Walk will go toward the American Cancer Society, which invests in research to prevent and cure cancer.

Those who visit Dutch Bros. on October 1, from 5:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., will also have the chance to purchase its “Be Aware” travel mugs for $12. The proceeds will be donated to breast cancer screenings for women who are uninsured or underinsured. Those who purchase the tumbler, which is limited in supply, will also receive a free drink of their choice.

Dutch Bros. Coffee locations in the Valley:


Gilbert & McKellips
1960 E. McKellips Rd.

Greenfield & Southern
1136 S. Greenfield Rd.


McQueen & Guadalupe
722 N. McQueen Rd.


Camelback & Central
4 W. Camelback Rd.

Bell & 29th St.
2961 E. Bell Rd.


Scottsdale & McDowell
1422 N. Scottsdale Rd.


Rural and Guadalupe
6461 S. Rural Rd.

Mill & Southern
3213 S. Mill Ave.

Rural & Lemon
1037 S. Rural Rd.

For more information about Making Strides Against Cancer, visit
makingstrideswalk.org/phoenixaz. For more information about Dutch Bros. Coffee, visit dutchbros.com.