Greg Stanton Archives

Lennar breaks ground on The Muse in Phoenix

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by in AZRE Magazine | Multi-Family

Lennar Multifamily Communities announced the start of construction on The Muse, a 367-unit luxury apartment community in Phoenix, and the signing of two retail leases from Press Coffee Roasters and Salon D’Shayn. Located on the northwest corner of Central Avenue and McDowell Road next to Arizona Opera and across from the Phoenix Art Museum, the… Read More →

Gainsight expands operations to Phoenix Buchachon Petthanya

Gainsight, a Silicon Valley-based technology company focused on customer success, has announced an expansion to Phoenix. The company’s new corporate marketing headquarters will be housed at the 111 W. Monroe building downtown.    Led by CEO Nick Mehta, Gainsight made a major announcement last Thursday with a new $50 million Series D funding round backed… Read More →

CitySkate returns to CityScape November 28

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by in Experience AZ Magazine | Play

For the sixth year in a row, close to 200,000 holiday revelers will descend upon CityScape Phoenix to take part in the seven weeks of CitySkate, the Valley’s largest real outdoor ice rink, presented by APS. Central Avenue is transformed into an ice skater’s dream with a massive 36-foot holiday tree dramatically placed in the… Read More →

Phoenix Sky Harbor maintains its high bond ratings

Phoenix Sky Harbor, Photo: Flickr, flavouz

Standard and Poor’s Ratings Services (S&P) once again affirmed its ‘AA-’ rating on Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport’s senior-lien revenue bonds.  S&P also affirmed its ‘A+’ ratings on the airport’s junior-lien revenue bonds. In addition, the airport’s General Airport Revenue Bond ratings on the senior (Aa3) and the junior (A1) liens. The ratings agencies cite several… Read More →

JLL teams with city to keep Daikin in Phoenix

by in AZRE Magazine

After an eight-month site selection effort led by the Phoenix office of JLL and the City of Phoenix, Daikin Applied will continue to design and manufacture advanced HVAC solutions in the Valley. In a lease signed this week, Daikin confirmed it will relocate its Phoenix operations and approximately 50 manufacturing and management employees from its current location… Read More →

Big win for Phoenix bioscience community


Most organizations can pinpoint those pivotal moments in their history which forever shape the development and growth of their business. For bioscience firm VisionGate and the Center for Entrepreneurial Innovation (CEI), it was the day they collectively chose to join forces within the CEI business incubator facility in Phoenix, Arizona. This week, VisionGate became the most recent and most… Read More →

Sky Harbor unveils football championship countdown clock

Phoenix City Councilman Bill Gates, Arizona Organizing Committee Co-Chair Brad Wright, Phoenix City Councilman Michael Nowakowski, Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton, Tempe Vice Mayor Corey Woods, Mesa Vice Mayor Dennis Kavanaugh, Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane, Glendale City Councilman Sammy Chavira and Arizona Organizing Committee Co-Chair Win Holden.

With 195 days and counting until the College Football Playoff National Championship, the Arizona Organizing Committee (AOC) and several Valley mayors and city leaders, unveiled a countdown clock at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. This clock will mark the days, hours and minutes until Arizona shines on center stage with the kick-off of the big… Read More →

Margie Emmerman earns Global Citizen Award


Phoenix Greg Stanton honored Emmermann as the recipient of the city of Phoenix Global Citizen Award at the second annual Mayor’s International Gala hosted by Phoenix Sister Cities, Inc., a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating and enhancing global connections. Emmermann was recognized as an individual who embraces the qualities of a global citizen and who… Read More →

Randy Johnson will get first key to the City of Phoenix


Mayor Greg Stanton will present Arizona Diamondbacks legend and Baseball Hall of Fame inductee Randy Johnson with Key to the City during a public ceremony at Noon, this Friday, June 5 at City Hall.  The “Big Unit” will be the first person to ever receive a Key to the City of Phoenix. Johnson was the… Read More →

Phoenix mayor proclaims April 19 David Hallberg Day


David Hallberg is known today as one of the world’s greatest ballet dancers, an “ambassador of a new age of ballet” and, most importantly, a tremendous inspiration to young male dancers worldwide. Having grown up right here in the Valley, Hallberg is an esteemed alumnus of the School of Ballet Arizona and the Arizona School… Read More →

Phoenix City Council approves 35-year streets, transit plan

Valley Metro Light Rail, Phoenix, Ariz.

A comprehensive plan to modernize Phoenix’s streets and public transit system over the next 35 years was approved Tuesday by the City Council. Besides tripling the number of light rail miles by 2050, the transportation plan calls for significant expansion of bus service and upgrades to the city’s aging streets. An additional three-tenths of one… Read More →

Mobile Mini opens new headquarters in Phoenix


Mobile Mini, Inc., the world’s leading provider of portable storage solutions, joined Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton and Phoenix City Councilwoman Kate Gallego today in a ribbon-cutting ceremony marking the opening of the company’s new headquarters and national sales center. Mayor Stanton and Councilwoman Gallego were joined by Mobile Mini President & CEO Erik Olsson at… Read More →

Pango pay-by-phone app now available for Phoenix parking


Mayor Greg Stanton, City Councilmembers, representatives from Pango USA and the business community gathered today in downtown Phoenix to announce the Pango pay-by-phone app for on-street parking is now available in Phoenix. “This cutting-edge innovation is helping to create a great urban core in Phoenix that makes life easier for our residents and businesses, and… Read More →

Stanton: Super Bowl showcases re-branded Phoenix


In the midst of the Super Bowl excitement, Mayor Greg Stanton and the city’s Community and Economic Development Director Christine Mackay have unveiled a new campaign to send a clear message: Phoenix is hot for new economic opportunity. “We are about to welcome more than 1 million people to our city, and it’s important that… Read More →