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Pathfinder Partners acquires 90 Phoenix condos

Pathfinder Partners
by in AZRE Magazine | Multi-Family

Expanding its Arizona multifamily portfolio, San Diego-based Pathfinder Partners LLC acquired 90 units in Aderra Condominiums – a 312-unit upscale community at 11640 N. Tatum Blvd. in the exclusive Paradise Valley neighborhood of Phoenix – for $15 million. According to Lorne Polger, senior managing director of Pathfinder Partners, his firm acquired the condos in a bulk transaction from Real Capital… Read More →

Phoenix attracts West Coast tech companies

Silicon Valley

In the 1980s and ‘90s, most of the tech jobs in Phoenix focused on back office and customer care centers for companies with headquarters elsewhere, city officials said. Now, places like downtown Phoenix, Tempe and Scottsdale are buzzing with entrepreneurs and new companies in the tech space. There are an estimated 132,000 high-tech jobs in… Read More →

Tips to help you fall in love with fitness

Corepower yoga

If you find yourself running on the treadmill and going nowhere, it may be time to mix things up. LA Fitness Master Personal Trainer Angie Witte says she loves having fun with her clients and encourages them to get out of their comfort zone and find exercises they enjoy doing. “It’s difficult to maintain that… Read More →

Apple approves Raadr’s anti-bullying app

mobile tech

Parents can now hold peace of mind in the palm of their hand. Raadr, Inc., a social media monitoring service based in Phoenix, announced it is available in app form. Apple approved the company’s iOS app Sunday, March 27, which can be downloaded via iTunes. Raadr alerts subscribers whenever selected categories of keywords – such… Read More →

SkySong 4 ‘Topping Out’ on March 31

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by in AZRE Magazine | Construction

SkySong 4 is closing in on completion, with a key construction milestone being marked in a ceremony tomorrow. SkySong 4 is “topped out,” meaning the structural steel in the construction building has reached the building’s final height. The SkySong 4 construction team will celebrate the milestone at a “Topping Out Party,” to be held at… Read More →

DeskHub opens second Valley location

networking

Scottsdale co-working space, DeskHub, expanded by opening up a second location in the North Valley market. DeskHub currently occupies nearly 20,000 square feet of space in Old Town Scottsdale. Its second location will be just under 10,000 square feet in Phoenix and is located right off the freeway and at the intersection of the 51 and… Read More →

Dallas-based multifamily developer expands into Phoenix

Downtown Phoenix
by in AZRE Magazine | Mixed-Use | Multi-Family

StreetLights Residential, a design-driven developer of multifamily and mixed-use communities, announced its expansion to the Arizona market with the opening of a Phoenix office. Greg Nadeau, StreetLights’ director of development, who is responsible for multi-family developments and acquisition activity in Phoenix and the surrounding region, leads the office. StreetLights is based in Dallas with offices… Read More →

The 2016 guide to Easter brunch and deals

Easter Events

Easter is this Sunday, which means there are lots of eggs to hunt, and plenty of brunch deals. We’ve compiled some of the best brunch deals going on across the valley and the state for those who are looking to eat out this holiday. One thousand eggs to be found at the Chaparral Suites  The… Read More →

Could the Diamondbacks leave Chase Field?

Fan Fest

Maricopa County denied the Arizona Diamondback’s relief request from a provision in the team’s contract that hinders the team from seeking new stadium options until four years before the contract expires. Derrick Hall, president and CEO of the Arizona Diamondbacks, expressed his frustrations Thursday at a press conference after the dispute between the team and… Read More →

Construction unemployment rates improve

Bernards & Construction
by in AZRE Magazine | Construction

Unusually mild weather in much of the country continued into the first part of January, but ended for the East near the end of the month with the brutal storm dubbed “Snowzilla.” The storm did not hit until after the reference week used for surveying employment and unemployment. This undoubtedly helped to temper the normal… Read More →

Top artists earn 2016 Governor’s Arts Awards

Governor's Arts Awards

Artists Annie Lopez of Phoenix, Susan Gamble of Tucson and Joseph Maniglia of Flagstaff received individual awards at the 2016 Governor’s Arts Awards at the Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel. The Museum of Northern Arizona won the Community Award and Canyon Records and APS took home the small and large businesses of the year awards respectively. In… Read More →

JLL completes $15M multifamily sale

Multifamily sale
by in AZRE Magazine | Multi-Family

The Phoenix office of JLL completed the $15,046,909 sale of 90 units at Aderra Condominium Residences, near the intersection of Tatum Boulevard and Cactus Road in Phoenix. The entire Aderra project is comprised of 312 condominiums on eight acres. This 90-unit portion consists of one- and two-bedroom condominiums averaging 1,032 square feet. JLL Executive Vice President John Cunningham and… Read More →

Phoenix Indian School legacy project funded

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by in AZRE Magazine | Construction

Construction to restore the former elementary school and music building at Steele Indian School Park, on the northeast corner of Central Avenue and Indian School Road, is set to begin immediately. The City of Phoenix (COP), which owns the building, is funding the project and has a signed Letter of Understanding with the partners, Native… Read More →

Mainstreet Health starts construction on post-acute property

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by in AZRE Magazine | Construction | Medical

Construction on Phoenix’s latest post-acute development is now underway. Mainstreet and Mainstreet Health, the operating company of Mainstreet, broke ground in mid-February. This will be the first project Mainstreet Health will operate for Mainstreet. The property, located at 3000 N. 91st Ave. in Phoenix, boasts 94 private beds, 67,697 square feet and will provide post-acute care (short-stay rehabilitation… Read More →