Elliott Pollack Archives

Valley posts high percentage of luxury apartment construction

Infill development

Cranes are everywhere in Downtown Phoenix and around the Valley as development continues to explode. But what exactly are they building? Chances are it’s some sort of luxury development, whether it’s apartments to rent or condominiums to buy. These high-end multifamily properties seem to have always popped up in Scottsdale, but Phoenix especially has enjoyed… Read More →

Economists optimistic Arizona economy will continue to grow

Deloitte Report Reveals Mid-Market Companies Expect U.S. Economic Growth, Nation’s Economy

Arizona continues to recover, with industries such as business services, educational services, leisure and hospitality leading the way. That was just one of the positive signs that emerged from Economic Outlook 2016, presented by the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce and Cox Communications. Nearly 825 business leaders attended the 33nd annual event at the Arizona… Read More →

Experts: Slow, steady economic recovery for Arizona

Our economy continues to slowly improve, with the healthcare and biosciences industry having the most potential for local employment growth. That was just one of the positive signs that came out of last week’s Economic Outlook 2015, presented by the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce (GPCC) and Cox Communications. Nearly 800 business leaders attended the… Read More →

Greater Phoenix Economic Forecast 2011: “Painfully Slow”

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by in Economy | Real Estate

The economy may be better in 2011 than it was in 2010, but the road to full recovery will remain long and full of potholes. But hey, it could be worse. It could be 2009. That’s according to economist Elliott D. Pollack, CEO of Elliot D. Pollack & Company. Pollack was speaking at the Greater… 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 →