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New Papa Murphy’s Pizza opens In Gilbert

Photo courtesy of Papa Murphy's Pizza, Facebook

Papa Murphy’s, the country’s largest take and bake pizza chain, has opened a brand new store in Gilbert at 1981 East Pecos Road, Suite 104. The newest Gilbert location is open daily from 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Owned by Jesse and Toni Bolander, this is the 46th Papa Murphy’s Pizza location to open in the Phoenix… Read More →

68-Unit Apartment Community in Mesa Sells for $4M

by in Brokerage | Business News

    Cassidy Turley completed the sale of Country Club Greens, a 68-unit apartment community on 2.4 acres at 350 W. 13th Place in Mesa for $4M. The buyer was Clear Sky Capital CCG L.P. of  Phoenix and the seller was California Bank & Trust. Executive Vice Presidents David Fogler and Steven Nicoluzakis with Cassidy… Read More →

Arizona Commerce Authority Is Tasked With Re-Invigorating The State’s Economy

Arizona Commerce Authority
by in Economy

As Arizona enters 2011, unemployment continues at about 9.5 percent, and according to one national ranking of commercial real estate site selectors, Arizona’s reputation as a business-friendly state continues to slide. That’s where the newly formed Arizona Commerce Authority comes in. “It’s not about re-branding, and it’s not about a committee,” says Don Cardon, ACA… Read More →

New Group Aims To Boost International Business Growth In Arizona

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The Recession In Arizona And The Nation Could Drag On For Another Year

Dark Days: Recession in Arizona

Winters in Arizona may be sunnier than other places, but the economy in the Grand Canyon State has cooled faster than almost every state. Analysts expect 2009 to bring even more bad economic news, and it is likely that the monthly reports on job growth and unemployment will be downright chilling for some time to… Read More →