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Gobiquity mobile health moves to Scottsdale

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This May, Gobiquity Mobile Health™, an award winning mobile health diagnostics company based originally in Aliso Viejo, CA, will relocate its headquarters to Scottsdale, where they will join the growing number of health and technology companies in the city’s “Cure Corridor.” Gobiquity launched their flagship innovation, GoCheck Kids™, last year, the world’s first and only… Read More →

Postino WineCafé is coming to Scottsdale

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Upward Projects, the Valley-based hospitality company known for cult-fav neighborhood restaurants like Joyride Taco House, Federal Pizza, Windsor & Churn, announced that Postino WineCafé is expanding to Scottsdale, with new locations coming to both downtown and north Scottsdale. Scheduled to open in October, Postino Highland (4821 N. Scottsdale Rd.) will be carved into the former… Read More →

Hotel Valley Ho offers summer 2015 specials

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The Hotel Valley Ho in Scottsdale is making it easy to take a summer staycation by offering several summer specials. Stay2Play Package Take advantage of Hotel Valley Ho’s best package of the summer, starting at $139 nightly. Enjoy two welcome drinks, an arrival amenity, $30 in hotel gift cards nightly, upgraded Internet access (3MB), a… Read More →

Gregg Allman at Talking Stick Resort

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Legendary songwriter and founding member of The Allman Brothers Band Gregg Allman performed at the Showroom at Talking Stick Resort on Saturday, May 1. Seated at his B3 Hammond organ, Allman opened with “I’m No Angel” followed by “Sweet Melissa,” “Southbound,” “Ain’t Wastin’ Time No More,” among other Allman Brothers standards and finished the performance… Read More →

Abbie Shindler joins Nussbaum Gillis & Dinner as partner

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Nussbaum Gillis & Dinner P.C. is pleased to announce Abbie Shindler has joined the firm’s Scottsdale office as partner. Ms. Shindler is an experienced estate planning and corporate law attorney who assists individuals and families with their various estate planning needs and provides small and medium-size businesses with transactional legal services. Ms. Shindler assists her clients with their… Read More →

Plexus will randomly distribute roses to moms in Arizona

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On Friday May 8, ten thousand (10,000) pink, long-stemmed roses will be delivered to Scottsdale-based Plexus Worldwide, a leading direct-marketing weight-loss and health-supplement seller.  The 10,000 roses will then be distributed in bunches of 50 to local Ambassadors (resellers) that agree to distribute the roses at random to mothers at public places such as shopping… Read More →

Sam Fox opens first Flower Child location in Scottsdale

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Flower Child, Sam Fox’s healthy fast-casual restaurant opened its first Scottsdale location yesterday, Tuesday, May 5, at Shea Boulevard & 90th Street. The latest locale will serve farm-to-table fare that’s healthy and served in a happy, fast-casual kitchen. Situated in a bright 3,572-square-foot space and 1,223-square-foot patio, surrounded by windows on every side with sunshine beaming in,… Read More →

Population growth to drive healthcare demand

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THE BROADER VIEW The Greater Phoenix medical office market is being supported by demographic factors, with the expanding local population base fueling demand for healthcare services. These trends should continue in the years ahead, following a lull brought on by the recession. While the long-term sources of demand are in place, the healthcare industry continues… Read More →

Colliers: Scottsdale Airpark report details steady growth

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James Keeley, SIOR, CCIM, founding partner and managing broker at Colliers International’s Scottsdale office recently released a 2030 Report for the Greater Scottsdale Airpark detailing commercial market changes in the past 30 years to the present. The Greater Scottsdale Airpark has seen continued growth between 1981 and 2014 in the areas of available square footage… Read More →

Rents spike as vacancy continues to tighten

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Market report supplied by Colliers International THE BROADER VIEW The Greater Phoenix multifamily market continued to ride a wave of momentum to start 2015. Robust renter demand for units fueled another vacancy improvement, rents surged and sales prices posted additional gains. Healthy employment growth is the driving force behind renter demand, and the new units… Read More →

224 Apparel uses referral-based business to grow

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With a vibrant room full of inspirational artwork and a sensational woman sitting behind the desk, the feeling of thrill cannot help but overwhelm a client that walks into the 224 Apparel office of Chief Creative Officer Ali Matthews Radow. 224 may seem like an unorthodox name for an apparel company, but a name with… Read More →

Experts: Central sports commission would boost Arizona

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The 2015 Super Bowl kicked off an unprecedented run for the Phoenix metro area as the host of mega-sporting events. But if the Valley is going to continue to lure Super Bowls, NCAA championship football games and Final Fours, leaders in the sports community say the current system needs to be improved. “We’re playing with… Read More →

The Phoenician offers family-friendly summer luxury

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The Phoenician, Arizona’s premier AAA Five Diamond resort destination, and its boutique hotel, The Canyon Suites at The Phoenician, are welcoming summer with sizzling rates and signature activities.Beginning Monday, May 25 through Monday, September 7, 2015, guests of the 250-acre Phoenician can take advantage of the best rates of the year, starting from just $159… Read More →

New Spring menu comes to Paul Martin’s American Grill

Paul Martin’s American Grill is celebrating its one-year anniversary in Scottsdale with the rollout of a fresh, new springtime-inspired menu. With a focus on seasonal ingredients, Paul Martin’s is committed to using local produce, sustainable fisheries, free-range and natural meats, artisanal cheeses, and house-infused spirits. To welcome warmer weather, Paul Martin’s has added a dozen new, lighter menu items for lunch, dinner… Read More →