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Halloween spending is expected to be scary high

Suzie Deadmond prepares Stormi Van't Hul for a Halloween photo shoot. Photo courtesy of Rachel Tabron/Araya Photography.
by in Experience AZ Magazine

October in Phoenix means two things: a reprieve from the blazing heat of summer and Halloween. Gone are the days of sheets with holes in them and vintage plastic masks and smocks. Halloween is growing: The costumes are more involved. The haunted houses are scarier. The decorations are more elaborate. The parties are bigger. That… Read More →

Opendoor app gives shoppers on-demand access to homes

Mediterranean Custom Home, Scottsdale Living Magazine Winter 2012

Opendoor, the fastest growing real estate company in Phoenix, has launched an app for iPhone and Android that gives home buyers instant access to hundreds of homes for sale in the Phoenix area. With a few taps, buyers can find homes that match their criteria, view home details, and instantly take the next step of… Read More →

Michelle Obama blasts Trump in Phoenix

First Lady Michelle Obama spoke of hope and a leader who needs to be smart and generous at Phoenix Civic Center. Photo by Kristiana Faddoul/Cronkite News)

Thousands flocked to downtown Phoenix on Thursday to see First Lady Michelle Obama campaign for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. The Arizona Democratic Party Early Vote Rally took place at the Phoenix Convention Center following campaign stops from Bernie Sanders in Flagstaff and Chelsea Clinton at Arizona State University earlier in the week. Obama began the speech… Read More →

The Parlor’s new seasonal creations have Autumn flair

by in Blogs

Rustic Italian eatery, The Parlor, continues its success story and welcomes the fall season with a new menu that peaks sensations and offers inspired new dishes. The revamped menu is packed with over a dozen new elevated dishes that complement the restaurant’s commitment to craft, value, freshness and environment. The enhancements to The Parlor’s fall… Read More →

Quarles & Brady’s Kevin J. Walsh elected to Hon Kachina Council


The national law firm of Quarles & Brady LLP today announced that Kevin J. Walsh, an attorney in the firm’s Phoenix office, has been elected to the Hon Kachina Council.  The Hon Kachina Council is a nonprofit organization of professional men and women who are dedicated to promoting volunteerism in Arizona. The Council honors volunteers… Read More →

Bank of Hope will sponsor Scottsdale LPGA event


Bank of Hope, the largest Korean-American bank in the United States, announced its partnership with the LPGA as the title sponsor for the newly renamed Bank of Hope Founders Cup. Teaming up with LPGA, Bank of Hope has agreed to a three-year deal as title sponsor of the Phoenix event. The tournament will feature a full field… Read More →

Camelback Collective will be redeveloped at 28th and Camelback

by in AZRE Magazine

A prominent ±3.62 acre infill, redevelopment site located in the prestigious Camelback Corridor area of Phoenix has sold for $17.475 million, or $111 per sq. ft. of land. The property, located at 2801 and 2845 E. Camelback Road, was acquired by a joint venture of  Las Vegas-based developer LaPour Partners, Inc. and Holualoa Companies, headquartered… Read More →

15 of Arizona’s finest young musicians will perform at MIM


Fifteen of the state’s brightest and most-talented young musicians will display their impressive virtuosity and remarkable musicianship at the 2016 Arizona Musicfest Young Musicians Fall Concert on Sunday, Oct. 30 at 1 p.m. at the Musical Instrument Museum (MIM), 4725 E. Mayo Blvd., Phoenix. Tickets are $20. Students from high schools in Ahwatukee, Anthem, Chandler,… Read More →

Veterans organizations launch billboards to thank VA


Local veterans’ leaders representing Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) and Vietnam Veterans of America (VVA) announced an effort to thank the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and local community healthcare providers for their partnership to provide more timely, quality care to Phoenix area Veterans under the Veterans Choice Program. Today, the billboards were launched at… Read More →

Cramer-Krasselt merge Phoenix operations into LaneTerralever

Internet Marketing Words, Off Madison Ave

After a 36-year presence in the Phoenix market, serving clients primarily throughout Arizona and the southwest, one of the nation’s largest independent ad agencies, Cramer-Krasselt (C-K), will merge its Phoenix operations into the Phoenix-based LaneTerralever marketing services agency beginning on Tuesday, November 1. With headquarters in Chicago and offices in New York and Milwaukee, C-K… Read More →

Q3 multifamily report features analysis, outlook

by in AZRE Magazine | Multi-Family

 Job Growth Intensifies Apartment Demand and Construction in Tempe Hiring by large companies will generate further demand in local apartments, creating density in urban corridors, according to a report compiled by Marcus & Millichap. Continued optimism by Phoenix employers boosted job growth during the past four quarters, with increases expected throughout the year. White-collar jobs… Read More →

UA’s Mini Medical school schedules fall events

The University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix Mini Medical School for community members has resumed, with three important topics on tap this fall. Mini-Med is a lecture series open to the public that explores various cutting-edge science, medicine and health topics. When: • Wednesday, Oct. 12, 5:30-7 p.m., Heart Disease: The #1 Killer of… Read More →

Do Downtown Phoenix’s environmental problems lie in Legislature?

by in AZ Business Magazine | Green | Politics

Located in one of the most arid regions of the United States, the city of Phoenix struggles with reducing its environmental footprint. The Sierra Club’s 2016 Environmental Report Card, which grades Arizona’s governor and all its legislators based on their efforts to promote environmental change, showcased Arizona’s lack of change, citing the legislature at the… Read More →

JLL sells first Downtown Phoenix apartments of new cycle

Proxy 333 totals 69,335 square feet and 118 units at 333 E. McKinley St., between Third and Fourth Streets in Downtown Phoenix.
by in AZRE Magazine | Brokerage | Multi-Family | Newsmakers

The first urban apartment project to be constructed and traded in Downtown Phoenix’s post-recession real estate upswing has sold this week in a $21.8 million deal brokered by the Phoenix office of JLL. Named Proxy 333, the project totals 118 highly amenitized urban multifamily units located in the heart of downtown’s Evans-Churchill neighborhood. The Proxy 333… Read More →