Loop 202 Archives
Salt River Tubing‘s opening day is April 30, 2016, Saturday, 9:00 a.m. – 6:30 p.m., on the Lower Salt River. The cost is only $17 per person or tube which includes tube rental, shuttle bus ride and free customer parking at Salt River Tubing. Salt River Tubing is located in the Tonto National Forest, justâ€¦ Read More â†’
ABI Multifamily announced the $17,400,000 sale of the Vista Sureno Apartments, a 186-unit apartment community located in Phoenix, Arizona. Vista Sureno Apartments is an all two-story, garden style apartment community, originally built in 1985, and comprised of 29% one bedroom/one bath and 71% two bedroom/two bath apartments with an overall average size of approximately 870SF.â€¦ Read More â†’
No stranger in representing multifamily and land opportunities, Chip Kloppenburg and John Trujillo with Sperry Van Ness in Phoenix are ready to make their own “land” mark at 5252 S. 36th Street in Phoenix. The team is representing the seller. The 9.64 acres are located only 10 miles from the recently approved Loop 202 extension off Pecos Road. The decision toâ€¦ Read More â†’
Plans to extend the Loop 202 freeway around the Phoenix area’s southern edge are nearing final approval, and owners of approximately 200 homes are being told they’ll soon have to find new places to live. The proposed South Mountain Freeway would extend from Interstate 10 near the Ahwatukee section of southeast Phoenix with I-10 onâ€¦ Read More â†’
Cassidy Turley announced it has completed a 15,000 square foot lease for Ace Hardware, at Desert Foothills Plaza located at 1323 East Chandler Boulevard in Phoenix. Vice President Brent Mallonee of Cassidy Turley’s retail group represented Ace Hardware in the lease transaction. The landlord, Phoenix-based Foothills Plaza LLC was self-represented. Mallonee has been appointed toâ€¦ Read More â†’
Phoenix (December 10, 2010) – Ahwatukee residents are not enamored with the current Loop 202 plan in which a freeway cuts through their community and South Mountain. Those plans can change if the Gila River Indian Community (GRIC) Tribal Council decides in January to recommend a possible extension of Loop 202 on reservation land south of Ahwatukee Foothills.