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Mirage Estates acquires Scottsdale offices

Office Productivity, Interior Design
by in AZRE Magazine | Office

Cushman & Wakefield announced, Wednesday, that Mirage Estates, LLC purchased a 12,585 square-foot single-story office project at 15876 N. 76th St. in Scottsdale for $1.7 million. The new owner plans to occupy 8,855 square-feet of available space operating as Artisan Cinema & Sound. The property has an in-place tenant, RUHL Forensic that will continue to occupy the remaining… Read More →

Cushman & Wakefield negotiates sale of 2 industrial buildings

Dexcom
by in AZRE Magazine | Industrial

Cushman & Wakefield announced, Wednesday, that Scottsdale-based 9024 Bahia sold two multi-tenant flex industrial buildings at 9024 and 9048 E. Bahia Dr. in Scottsdale for $3.1 million. The buyer was Devil Digs Properties, LLC, which will operate as Lusso Auto Group. Michael Kitlica with Cushman & Wakefield represented the seller in the transaction, Bahia 9024, LLC. Randy Shell… Read More →

Scottsdale Charros appoints new executive director

Scottsdale Charros

The Scottsdale Charros appointed Scottsdale native and lifelong resident Dennis Robbins as its new executive director. “I am very excited to be leading the Scottsdale Charros in this capacity,” Robbins said. “The Scottsdale Charros is a premier community service organization and its members are great community stewards. I look forward to continuing to make a… Read More →

Topgolf opens registration for kids’ Summer Academy

Top Golf

Topgolf opened registration, Tuesday, for its Summer Academy at both of its Valley locations in Scottsdale and Gilbert to help kids and teens from six to 16 fall in love with golf. Summer Academy has 12 positions available for each age group per week so space is limited. Topgolf is also offering 20 percent off the… Read More →

Fogo de Chão launches spring group dining offer

Fogo de Chao Tableside Gauchos

Guests who book a party of 15 or more will be eligible to receive a $100 dining card for lunch reservations or $150 dining card for dinner reservations to be used on their next visit to Fogo de Chão, starting March 7. Reservations must be made between March 7 and April 30, for an event… Read More →

Evans Corporate Park sells for $7.85M

Evans Corporate Park
by in AZRE Magazine | Industrial

Daum Commercial Real Estate Services negotiated the $7.85 million sale of the six-building, 71,900 square-foot Evans Corporate Park located on five acres at 8350 E. Evans Rd. in Scottsdale. David Wilson with Daum Phoenix represented the buyer, Greenwood & McKenzie of Tustin, Calif., who specialize in the acquisition, financing, management and sale or exchange of real… Read More →

Bank 34 parent company going fully public

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Alamogordo Financial Corp., the parent company for Bank 34 (the “Bank”), announced today that its Board of Directors, together with the Boards of Directors of AF Mutual Holding Company and the Bank, have unanimously adopted a Plan of Conversion and Reorganization (the “Plan of Conversion”). Pursuant to the Plan of Conversion, the MHC will sell… Read More →

Scottsdale Gainey Center II Sells for $35.25M

Gainey Center II
by in AZRE Magazine | Office

In a $35.25 million deal, Lincoln Property Company (LPC) and Goldman Sachs purchased Gainey Center II in Scottsdale. The companies will complete minor renovations at the project, underscoring a continued demand and upside for Class A executive office space. “There is definitely a need in the Valley for high-tech build outs, but the president of… Read More →

Junk in the Trunk Vintage Market adds dates

Junk in the Trunk Vintage Market

After welcoming a record 35,000 people to Junk in the Trunk Vintage Market in 2015, the Scottsdale-based market is announcing expansion plans for 2016. Vintage, antique and handmade shoppers across the Southwest will no doubt celebrate the growth of this unique weekend shopping experience. Market enthusiasts will enjoy an additional day to check out the event… Read More →

Optima Kierland offers distinctive architecture, luxury

Optima Kierland
by in Architecture | AZRE Magazine | Multi-Family

Optima is introducing its next evolution of sophisticated urban living and design with the announcement of Optima Kierland, a new community featuring Optima’s award-winning architectural vision and high-rise luxury living, now being constructed at Kierland in North Scottsdale. Optima Kierland, situated on 9.5 acres at Scottsdale Road and Kierland Boulevard, showcases signature Optima architecture design… Read More →

San Francisco Giants race benefits Charros

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The San Francisco Giants have partnered with Scottsdale Charros as the beneficiary of its annual fun run/walk this March. Scottsdale is home-away-from-home for the Major League Baseball team, which spends its Spring Training season competing around Phoenix Metro. To get fans pumped for the ballgames, the team will host the Giant Race AZ on Saturday,… Read More →

Grimaldi’s Pizzeria launches online ordering

Grimaldi’s Pizzeria

Getting pizza to-go at Grimaldi’s Pizzeria has never been more convenient as it launches an easy-to-use, online ordering system for take-out orders. Online ordering will be available for all 42 stores nationwide beginning February 29, 2016. Featuring Grimaldi’s full range of award-winning pizza selections, the online ordering system also allows customers the ability to select salads,… Read More →

OdySea Aquarium hits construction milestone

OdySea Aquarium

OdySea Aquarium remains on track for a summer grand opening, a “topping out” recently took place. This new construction milestone marks the conclusion of steelwork to the top of the facility which included installation of 2 million pounds of steel and 1,198 beams for the 200,000-square-foot, three-story facility. “This is truly an engineering marvel and… Read More →

Arizona artists have higher income than in other states

Arizona Artists

Fine artists in Arizona on average make more money annually than artists in any other state, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Arizona sculptors, painters and illustrators made an annual average salary of $95,600 in 2014, making the state the highest paying for that occupation, followed by New York at $75,940. The annual… Read More →