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Sperry Van Ness Represents the Seller in a 16-Unit Office Condo Portfolio Sale in Surprise

The Offices at Reems.
by in Office

Justin Horwitz, Nicole Ridberg and Neil Sherman of Sperry Van Ness, LLC, in Phoenix represented Pacific Western Bank in the sale of the Offices at Reems, a 16-unit office condo portfolio located at 15515-15571 N. Reems Road in Surprise, Ariz. The bank-owned shell and built-out condo units sold for $1,350,000 or $56 per square foot… Read More →

Desert Peaks Awards Honor Regional Efforts

desert peaks awards

During a ceremony attended by nearly 300 people, the Maricopa Association of Governments honored nine partnerships and individuals in six categories who were selected to receive the 2012 Desert Peaks Awards. The awards are presented to those agencies and individuals who have demonstrated a commitment to promoting, recognizing, and attaining the ideals of regionalism. In… Read More →

Gov. Janet Napolitano Is The Public Face Of Super Bowl XLII

Janet Napolitano

Head Coach New governors often inherit their predecessors’ programs and initiatives — the good and the bad — when they take office. So it was when Gov. Janet Napolitano officially took the state’s helm in 2003. But at least one of those programs already had her stamp of approval. Proposition 302, which provided funding for… Read More →

Cover Story – Into the Blue

Photography by Cassandra Tomei
by in AZ Business Magazine | Blogs | Featured

Into the Blue Decades later Luke Air Force Base continues its mission   Most would agree they get a thrill watching jets take off and perform maneuvers with Kenny Loggins’ vocals in the background, right out of a movie like Top Gun. Arizonans can experience that thrill first-hand just by driving to the West Valley.… Read More →

West Valley Looks To Improve Transportation Efforts


Finding Solutions to Gridlock West Valley looks to improve transportation efforts By Debra Gelbart Transportation issues affect the entire Valley of the Sun, of course, but they are particularly weighty in the West Valley, where lack of sufficient freeway miles and the dearth of motorist-friendly roadways are taking a toll on commerce, economic development, tempers… Read More →

Playing The Economics Of Sports In The West Valley

Home Run

Home Run Playing the economics of sports in the West Valley   It’s not so much a case of “if you build it, they will come” that is turning the West Valley into a sports mecca. Rather, it’s the other way around. People have come to the West Valley in droves, setting the stage for… Read More →