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ABI Multifamily negotiates $10.85M Mesa apartment sale

ABI Multifamily
by in AZRE Magazine | Multi-Family

ABI Multifamily negotiated the $10,850,000 sale of the 155-unit, Broadway Heights Apartments, located in Mesa, Ariz. The sale turns out to $70,000-per-unit and $100.20-per-square-foot. Originally built in 1983, the property features a mix of Studio, 1 and 2- bedroom unit types, with a weighted average unit size of approximately 700 square feet. “It’s amazing to see… Read More →

Humana plans to hire more than 100 in Tempe

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Humana Inc. (NYSE: HUM) is hiring more than 100 new, full-time jobs this month. Humana Pharmacy, Humana’s mail-order pharmacy service, is hiring now for more than 100 Customer Care Specialist and Pharmacy Customer Care Advocates positions at its Tempe call center, located at 7333 S. Hardy Drive, Suite 102 in Tempe. Customer Care Specialists respond directly… Read More →

Liberty Property Trust fills nearly finished Rio Salado office

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by in AZRE Magazine | Office

Liberty Property Trust today announced that it has executed two new leases, filling its nearly complete 135,663 square foot speculative office building at 1930 West Rio Salado Parkway in Tempe. DriveTime Automotive Group, an existing tenant in 1720 West Rio Salado Parkway at Liberty Center at Rio Salado, will expand into 65,889 square feet of… Read More →

Revitalized Pedal Haus Brewery will reopen on Nov. 3

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by in Experience AZ Magazine

The anticipated re-grand opening of Pedal Haus Brewery in downtown Tempe, the resident brewpub and beer garden on Mill Ave., is scheduled on Nov. 3. After an expansive remodel, Julian Wright of Fork & Dagger Inc., 2016 Arizona Culinary Hall of Fame Restaurateur of the Year award winner and creative visionary behind Tempe concepts such… Read More →

Movement to end puppy mills in Valley hits roadblock

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The national movement to end puppy mills has come to a halt in Tempe after the recent passage of an Arizona bill that restricts cities from limiting the sourcing of pet stores to just rescue animals. Tempe and Phoenix passed ordinances in the spring in an effort to stop the puppy mill problem which said… Read More →

Take a Look: Oscar’s New Space at The Circuit

Photo by Gensler | Ryan Gobuty
by in AZRE Magazine | New to Market | Office

Insurance company moves in this month to true adaptive re-use project New York-based insurance company Oscar has officially moved into The Circuit in Tempe, and is gearing up to take full advantage of its 90,000 square feet of true creative office space. The Circuit was purchased and redeveloped in 2014 by a joint venture between EverWest… Read More →

Q3 multifamily report features analysis, outlook

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by in AZRE Magazine | Multi-Family

 Job Growth Intensifies Apartment Demand and Construction in Tempe Hiring by large companies will generate further demand in local apartments, creating density in urban corridors, according to a report compiled by Marcus & Millichap. Continued optimism by Phoenix employers boosted job growth during the past four quarters, with increases expected throughout the year. White-collar jobs… Read More →

Fulton Homes vet program honors Wounded Warriors

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For the fifth consecutive year Fulton Homes is showing its appreciation for America’s veterans by encouraging everyone in the Valley to display the American flag this Veteran’s Day, and at the same time benefit the Wounded Warriors Project.              The Tempe-based homebuilder has again partnered with 100.7 KSLX for the “Fly the Flag for Veteran’s Day”… Read More →

Seven-story mixed-use development on Apache approved to move forward

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by in AZRE Magazine | Mixed-Use

Plans to advance Eastline Village, a seven-story mixed-use development, were approved Thursday evening at Tempe’s City Council Meeting. The DMB Associates Inc. development is located at 2025 E. Apache Blvd. along the light rail and will be a multi-phase project. Council members unanimously voted to adopt an ordinance for a Zoning Map Amendment from a Commercial Shopping… Read More →

Where can you pig out for National Pork Month in Phoenix

DCM Burger Joint 's South x Southwest pork burger comes complete with a pork patty, poblano chili, candid jalapenos, pepper jack fondue and roasted corn aioli all on a fresh potato bun.
by in Eat | Experience AZ Magazine

The Fall season arouses images of warm lattes and carved pumpkins. However, there is one more thing to get excited about in October — National Pork Month. Social Tap Eatery | Downtown Scottsdale Celebrate the month with pork dishes that are sure to please. If you’re looking for something delectable yet conventional, go for the Pulled Pork… Read More →

Signs of life: medical office leasing gains momentum

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by in AZRE Magazine | Brokerage | Newsmakers

Plaza Companies’ Brokerage Services Team secured six significant new leases as part of increasing momentum in the medical office real estate sector. The six leases exceed 39,000 square feet, ranging from 3,000 square feet to 12,131 square feet and boasting a total value of more than $4 million. Sharon Harper, president and CEO of Plaza Companies, says the six transactions were representative of an… Read More →

East Valley development shows results of market health

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by in AZRE Magazine | Construction

Evidence of a healthy commercial real estate market can be seen throughout East Valley cities where economic development directors expect continued activity as a result of recent success stories and other big plans in the works. The cities of Chandler, Gilbert, Mesa, Scottsdale and Tempe share a common goal to progress their communities through economic… Read More →

Which 2 Arizona cities are considered the most fun?

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Scottsdale, Arizona

A WalletHub report recently crunched the numbers to find which cities are the Most Fun Cities in America, and the 2016 rendition of the report found two of Arizona’s cities to be in the top 20. The report took a look at 150 of the country’s largest cities, accounting for 51 metrics that include everything from… Read More →

Arizona Forward honors environmental excellence

Northern Arizona University’s International Pavilion earned the coveted President’s Award at Arizona Forward’s 36th Annual Environmental Excellence Awards.

Deemed a “building of the future,” Northern Arizona University’s International Pavilion earned the coveted President’s Award (Best of Show) in Arizona Forward’s 36th Annual Environmental Excellence Awards presented by SRP. Jurists praised the facility as among the greenest building of its kind in the world. Arizona Forward celebrated the 36th anniversary of its historic program… Read More →