Grand Canyon National Park Archives

Canadian Group Invests in $5.2M Office Complex, $40M Total in Valley

Hoover Dam
by in Brokerage | Business News

Talia Jevan Properties, Inc. acquired the 22,080 SF North Scottsdale Corporate Office Complex located at 6970 E. Chauncey Ln. in Scottsdale for $5.2M. The seller in the transaction was Alliance Real Estate Holdings LLC. Talia Jevan owns two additional assets in the Metro Phoenix market and continues to seek investment opportunities for purchase. Established in… Read More →

Arizona strikes deal to reopen Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon - AZ Business Magazine Mar/Apr 2011
by in Business News | Tourism

Arizona reached a deal Friday with the Interior Department to pay for Grand Canyon National Park to completely reopen using state and local funds during the federal government shutdown. The deal means the park should reopen Saturday, allowing thousands of tourists to flock to the natural wonder in northern Arizona, said Andrew Wilder, spokesman for… Read More →

Google maps now include Grand Canyon trails

Grand Canyon Google
by in Play

Google is giving people a way to virtually hike the Grand Canyon. The search giant released images Thursday that map the most popular trails at the park’s South Rim and other walkways. The Mountain View, Calif.-based company used a rosette of cameras mounted for the first time on a backpack to gather thousands of panoramic… Read More →

Greenway III Trail, Grand Canyon: Progress Continues

Greenway III, Grand Canyon
by in Play

The Grand Canyon National Park is getting a new trail. This new trail, which is being referred to as Greenway III, is an eight-mile long trail connecting the park with the gateway town of Tusayan to the south. This trail will pass through both the park itself and the Kaibab National Forest on its way… Read More →

Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon, northern Arizona, Photo: John Loo, Flickr
by in Eat | Play | Stay

The Grand Canyon is Arizona’s greatest tourist destination. With countless outdoor activities and a fascinating history, it attracts over five million visitors every year, and offers an activity for everyone. The Grand Canyon National Park covers 1,904 square miles, and has a rich history that includes a number of Native American tribes, pioneers and the… Read More →

10 Top Political Events in Arizona’s History

Arizona Centennial Top 10
by in Lists | Politics

10 Top Political Events in Arizona’s History Officially gaining its statehood February 14, 1912, Arizona became the 48th state in the Union.  With a history of the Wild West, Cowboys and Indians, and gorgeous sunsets, the Grand Canyon State has a long and impactful history.  In the political realm, Arizona has seen several major political… Read More →