February 2011 Archives

Cooper, Cardinal and Company Sells 14-Unit Multi-Family Property

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by in Brokerage

Cooper, Cardinal and Company LLC, a boutique multifamily investment brokerage firm  headquartered in Phoenix, closed the sale of Indian Palms Apartments, a 14-unit multi-family community located in Phoenix, on Friday. The sale price of $415,000 represents a capitalization rate of 8.18% on Proforma income. The pricing equates to $29,643 per unit or $45.60 per SF.… Read More →

The Dish: Marshmallows


You’ll never have to eat those stale, flavorless blobs from the grocery store again, once you learn how to make your own marshmallows! Imagine: cinnamon spice marshmallows topping off your hot chocolate on a cool fall evening, vanilla bean marshmallows toasted atop your sweet potato pie for Thanksgiving or blushing, pink rose water marshmallows dipped… Read More →

Who Should Get Their Flu Shot?

by in Prevention

Getting your flu shot is even more critical when you are pregnant or have recently given birth, a University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix faculty member warns. “Influenza is more dangerous in pregnant women than other women because the changes in the immune system while you are carrying your child,” said Maria Manriquez,… Read More →

CAREDF Completing Update Of Commercial Real Estate Inventory In Pinal County


  The Central Arizona Regional Economic Development Foundation (CAREDF) is taking the initiative to complete a mass update of commercial real estate inventory in Casa Grande, Eloy, Coolidge and parts of unincorporated Pinal County. This undertaking began in May and will likely conclude in July. The purpose of this project is to update the Arizona… Read More →

Be Brave And Shave: MiniCo Employees Go Bald

MiniCo Employees Go Bald For Cause
by in Events | Healthcare | Small Biz

MiniCo Insurance Agency has four employees, Dan Sommer, Keith McConnell, Jerry Sollom and Ron Zbiegien, ready to shave their heads March 12, 2011 at 6 p.m. in the Be Brave and Shave event hosted by St. Baldrick’s Foundation at the Skeptical Chymist Irish Restaurant and Pub in Scottsdale. The event will raise money for cancer patients and… Read More →

Top Five Superbowl Commercials of 2011

by in Blogs | Events | Lists | Sports

1. Volkswagen:  “Use the FORCE, young car owner” A wildly popular commercial, Volkswagen’s Darth Vader was a huge success.  It was funny, well made and had iconic references to Star Wars — what more could you ask for? 2. Eminem & Chrysler:  “Detroit’s two biggest names” It starts with an intro of “Lose Yourself” from… Read More →

International Sportsmen’s Exposition Arriving In Phoenix

by in Blogs | Events | Travel

For 36 years, fishing, hunting, off-roading and adventure-travel enthusiasts have had International Sportsmen’s Exposition (ISE) events to offer them new products and services — and this month now marks their 11th annual exposition. Over 20,000 are expected to attend the event on February 24-27 at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale. According to Scott… Read More →

Avnet, Inc. Unveils Sculpture For 50th Anniversary

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by in Blogs | Events | Featured

Avnet, Inc., one of Phoenix’s largest publicly-held companies will unveil a new sculpture outside its global headquarters in Phoenix on Monday, February 7th at 3 p.m. This year will mark the companies’ 50th anniversary on the New York Stock Exchange. For Roy Vallee, Avnet’s chairman and chief executive officer, this means only good things for… Read More →