Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community Archives

Keyser adds veteran real estate attorney Roger Owers

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by in AZRE Magazine | Newsmakers

Keyser has added veteran real estate attorney Roger Owers to its rapidly growing industrial practice group as a commercial real estate advisor.  Mr. Owers brings 15 years of commercial real estate legal experience to Keyser, and will be responsible for helping to service Keyser’s rapidly expanding local, national and global client base. “We are very pleased… Read More →

Salt River Community bans texting while driving

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On Wednesday the Young River People’s Council, a branch of the Office of Congressional and Legislative affairs for the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community government, initiated and passed an ordinance that would prohibit texting while driving on tribal land. “This is great accomplish to know that we are the first community in Indian country to… Read More →

UnCommon Markets coming to Salt River Fields

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Making its debut October 8 through 9, 2016 at Scottsdale’s Salt River Fields, the monthly UnCommon Markets will bring a whole new shopping and event experience to the Greater Phoenix community. The showplace for regional goods in high demand categories – fine art; craft/handmade; vintage /repurposed goods; food and spirits; music and entertainment; and emerging… Read More →

Volvo dealership coming to $60M autopark

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by in AZRE Magazine | Retail

The owners of Courtesy Chevrolet will be opening up a Courtesy Volvo dealership at the $60 million auto mall, Scottsdale AutoShow at Salt River. The new dealership will include a sales and service facility, and is currently in escrow. The auto mall where the new Volvo dealership will reside is set to be completed in… Read More →

Salt River Judicial Center nears completion

Salt River Judicial Center
by in AZRE Magazine | Construction | Public

The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community (SRPMIC) recently celebrated the topping out of the Salt River Judicial Center, a complex that will house the Community’s tribal court, legal services, prosecutors and defense advocates offices. The project is a joint venture of Au’Authum Ki and Kitchell, a collaboration that also completed the SRPMIC Detention Facility. Gould… Read More →

The Shops at OdySea locks down first wave of retailers

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If you drive along the 101 Freeway in Scottsdale, you cannot miss the 60-foot tall concrete tilt walls standing upright just north of Via De Ventura. Anchored by one of the largest, most technologically advanced indoor aquariums to be constructed in the United States, OdySea in the Desert has now released its first wave of retailers… Read More →

Orange Sky receives wine spectator award for fifth year in a row

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Talking Stick Resort, an enterprise of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, has announced that its fine-dining restaurant, Orange Sky, has earned Wine Spectator’s Award of Excellence for the fifth year in a row. The signature eatery at Talking Stick Resort – which is named after its breathtaking views of the Arizona sunsets—features an impeccable wine… Read More →

Dynamic new retail approach unfolds at OdySea

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Seaport Village. Ferry Building Marketplace. Gas Lamp Quarter.  Broadway on the Beach.  Instantly recognizable, each of these iconic districts stands alone as a world-class destination. Even more importantly, each fuels the vitality of the city in which it makes its home. And soon, Scottsdale will have its own: The Shops at OdySea in the Desert.… Read More →

US Airways Center will now be Talking Stick Resort Arena

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The Phoenix Suns, Phoenix Mercury and Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community announced today that US Airways Center — the home of the Phoenix Suns, Phoenix Mercury and Arizona Rattlers, as well as the Valley’s premier concert venue – is poised to take on a new name, Talking Stick Resort Arena, under an agreement reached between… Read More →

Talking Stick Launches Trolley Service

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The Talking Stick Cultural and Entertainment Destination and the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community announced extended season trolley service that will be offered to visitors in the city of Scottsdale and patrons of the Talking Stick Destination beginning this month. Complimentary Talking Stick trolley service will run 12 p.m. to 10 p.m. Thursday to Saturday… Read More →

Bingo player takes home more than $90,000 at Casino Arizona

Chandler resident Charlene Vance became the latest Casino Arizona jackpot winner on Aug. 25. She took home $98,000.
by in Experience AZ Magazine | Play

Casino Arizona, an enterprise of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, announced a winner in its U-Pick progressive bingo game. Chandler resident Charlene Vance became the latest jackpot winner trying her luck at the property’s O-75 in 20 numbers or less on Aug. 25. She took home $98,000. “We are no stranger to jackpots at… Read More →

Great Hearts Academies completes 5 charter schools

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Great Hearts Academies and Nations|Wright announced today the recent completion of construction on five Valley charter schools.  The two newest Great Hearts campuses, Cicero and Arete, as well as an expanded Maryvale Preparatory Academy campus all opened on or before Aug. 11 for the 2014-2015 school year. Nations Wright, serving as Owner’s Representative for Great Hearts, managed… Read More →

90th Street Medical Campus planned for SRPMIC

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A state-of-the-art medical campus will soon be built at the northeast corner of Loop 101 and 90th Street, on the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, less than two miles from the Scottsdale Healthcare Shea Medical Center. The 43-acre, mixed-use development will be named 90th Street Medical Campus. “We have had tremendous interest for this extraordinary… Read More →

Senators Urged to Preserve Future of Indian Gaming in Arizona

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Congress has the power to intervene in a growing national practice and problem of ‘off-reservation gaming,’ or ‘reservation-shopping.’ The topic was at the heart of an oversight hearing before the U.S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs today, titled, “Indian Gaming: The Next 25 Years,” and included discussion of H.R. 1410—the bi-partisan bill to solve the… Read More →