May – June 2011 Archives

Mixed Use Medical Buildings in Arizona

Alter Group's Arizona Health and Technology Park, AZRE Magazine May/June 2011
by in Economic Development

Mixed Use Medical Buildings Banner Health Systems’ 60-acre Gateway campus in Gilbert is buzzing with activity. The 120,000 SF MD Anderson Cancer Center is rising from the construction dust, a new mixed use medical office building was just completed, and an older office complex is being renovated and expanded. The same healthcare giant just announced… Read More →

Centennial Series: Most Influential People In Arizona Commercial Real Estate

AZRE Magazine May/June 2011
by in Other

As part of AZRE magazine’s Centennial Series, find out who made the list of the most influential people in Arizona Commercial Real Estate. Most Influential People In Arizona Commercial Real Estate Roy P. Drachman Sr. (1906 – 2002) Roy Drachman Realty Company, Real Estate Development Known as “Mr. Tucson,” Roy Drachman’s love for the city… Read More →

Newsmakers: AZRE Magazine May-June 2011

Newsmakers, AZRE Magazine March/April 20111
by in Newsmakers

Newsmakers in Arizona Real Estate Newsmakers in the commercial real estate industry are featured each issue. Here are the movers and shakers for May – June 2011: Shelly Cramer joined GPE Commercial Advisors as associate vice president in sales and leasing, with an emphasis in dental and veterinary properties. Her past professional experience includes positions… Read More →

Industrial: Gestamp Solar Steel

Gestamp Solar Steel, AZRE May/June 2011
by in Industrial

GESTAMP SOLAR STEEL General contractor: Mortenson Construction Architect: SmithGroup Location: Peoria Ave. and Dysart Rd., on Solar Canyon Way, Surprise Size: 75,000 SF manufacturing; 6,000 SF office ground floor with vacant 6,000 SF on second floor for expansion The first phase of the $6M project is 75,000 SF of high bay manufacturing space, with a 12,000… Read More →

Mommy Makeover Procedure Helps Mothers Lose Their ‘Baby Fat’

Mommy Makeover - Scottsdale Living May/June 2011

Mothers may love their little ones’ baby fat, but they tend to cringe at the thought of the fat their babies give them. That’s why women are waving goodbye to pregnancy plump and saying hello to taut tummies and va-va-voom curves — with Mommy Makeovers, one of the more popular plastic surgery trends to hit… Read More →

Eat The Right Foods, Prevent Food Sensitivities

Food Sensitivities Test - Scottsdale Living May/June 2011

Eat The Right Foods, Prevent Food Sensitivities And Food Intolerances Food plays a vital role in the proper nourishment of the body. However, it can be difficult to know what effect food has on the body until one eats the wrong thing and experiences uncomfortable symptoms. Believe it or not, symptoms such as stomach pains,… Read More →

Healing Young Bodies: Building a Pediatric Hospital

Pediatric Hospital, AZRE Maagazine May/June 2011
by in Economic Development

Building a Pediatric Hospital At a pediatric hospital, the healing process should begin as soon as Mom or Dad drives up the driveway to look for a parking space. That’s where it all begins for the young patient and his or her family. And that’s where the differences begin when it comes to building a… Read More →

Property Taxes: Keep A Keen Eye On County Valuation Notices

Property Taxes, AZRE Magazine May/June 2011
by in Finance & RE Law

What if your business was overcharged for its electricity, natural gas, or perhaps new computers or furniture? Most of us would take a look at our bills, determine where the mistakes occurred and then take the needed steps to resolve the discrepancies. But what if your business is being overcharged for its property taxes by thousands… Read More →

Education: Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building 4

Interdisciplinary Sciences and Technology Building 4, AZRE May/June 2011
by in Education

INTERDISCIPLINARY SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY BUILDING 4 Developer: Arizona State University General contractor: Sundt Construction Architect: HDR and Ehrlich Architects Location: 850 S. McAllister Ave., Tempe Size: 290,000 SF The $160M ISTB4 is a 7-story building that will include collaboration rooms, meeting rooms and offices for faculty and administrators. There will also be lab space, which… Read More →

Valley Partnership: Ben Shunk, Adolfson & Peterson Construction

Valley Partnership, AZRE Magazine May/June 2011
by in Associations

Ben Shunk, senior project manager for Adolfson & Peterson Construction, was first attracted to Valley Partnership when he learned about its Community Project Committee. Six years later, he remains active in all aspects of the organization, and is finding career success in its networking opportunities. “(Valley Partnership) has helped me in my career because it’s… Read More →

Pearl Laser Resurfacing Helps Reverse The Signs Of Aging

Pearl Laser Resurfacing - Scottsdale Living May/June 2011

Wrinkles, sun splotches, uneven skin tones — these are just a few things altering skin conditions today and haunting us as we grow older. While there are hundreds, even thousands of treatments, not many boast the same process and effects as the Pearl Laser and Pearl Fractional treatments offered at the North Valley Plastic Surgery… Read More →

Medical Marijuana Dispensary Operators Deal With Regulations, Landlords

Medical Marijuana, AZRE Magazine May/June 2011
by in Brokerage

Don’t look for medical marijuana dispensaries to pop up next door to your neighborhood drug store anytime soon. Cities are wrestling with a host of issues to determine where the new businesses can set up shop, even as the Arizona Department of Health Services tries to figure out who can operate them and who can… Read More →

Public: Tucson FBI Building

Tucson FBI Building, AZRE March/April 2011
by in Public

TUCSON FBI BUILDING Developer: Quality Group of Companies Contractor: Sundt Construction Architect: Ellerbe Beckett, an AECOM company Size: 84,353 SF Location: 275 N. Commerce Park Loop, Tucson Tucson broke ground on its new FBI building the same day Phoenix broke ground on its new FBI headquarters. The General Services Administration signed a 20-year lease for the field office, which… Read More →