Vintage Partners Archives

Maricopa’s rebound continues with Edison Pointe groundbreaking

by in AZRE Magazine | Construction

Back in the depths of the Great Recession, Maricopa was in the national spotlight for all the wrong reasons, including being dubbed “A Paradise Lost” by the Wall Street Journal due to all the abandoned home developments. Now this booming city of 50,000 is once again the state’s fastest growing community, and also boasts one… Read More →

Beach Whiskey and Outback Steakhouse will sponsor PIR event

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Phoenix Raceway will host the Beach Whiskey Outback Steakhouse Qualifying Day on Friday, April 28 to kick off the Verizon IndyCar Series race weekend and set the field for the Desert Diamond West Valley Phoenix Grand Prix under the lights on Saturday, April 29. “Last year at qualifying day, Phoenix ‘Speed King’ Helio Castroneves shattered… Read More →

10 Millennial leaders in commercial real estate

Millennial leaders
by in AZRE Magazine

Entitled. Narcissistic. Detached. If this were a game of Jeopardy! your response might be: What are the three most common words used to describe the Millennial generation? That doesn’t paint a pretty picture considering Millennials are now the nation’s largest living generation. Yet with every raincloud, there is a silver lining. In this case, they… Read More →

Brewery opening taproom at popular uptown Phoenix corner

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Tempe-based Huss Brewing Company is opening up its second location this December in Uptown Phoenix, near Central Avenue and Camelback Road. Huss Brewing will open its newest flagship taproom at the recently renovated Uptown Plaza, where Lou Malnati’s Pizzeria and Shake Shack recently opened. The new taproom will mainly focus on Huss Brewing’s locally crafted,… Read More →

Uptown Plaza welcomes Muse Apparel as their first new tenant

Uptown Plaza, the landmark shopping center at the intersection of Central Ave. & Camelback Rd., has announced the grand opening of its first new tenant, Muse Apparel, since kicking off a wall-to-wall renovation in mid-2014. Opening just in time to celebrate Uptown Plaza’s 60th Anniversary tomorrow, August 25, 2015, this popular 10-year-old local women’s clothing boutique recently relocated… Read More →

Uptown Plaza lands Shake Shack & Flower Child

Vintage Partners, the Arizona-based commercial real estate development and investment company, has announced a pair of exciting new tenants joining the redevelopment efforts at Uptown Plaza, the landmark 1955 shopping center in central Phoenix on the NE corner of Central Avenue & Camelback Road. Scheduled to open in late 2015/early 2016, the newest additions will include… Read More →

Breweries tap into adaptive reuse of retail

Fifty-four-year-old Walter Crutchfield, principal and co-founding member of Phoenix-based development company Vintage Partners, is sipping on Oskar Blues Breweries’ Dale’s Pale Ale. It’s one of the beers hooked up to his office’s commercial grade tap, where craft beer flows often. “It’s a true American industry,” Crutchfield says. In the last five years, the craft beer… Read More →

Chandler entertainment district gets 60KSF upgrade with The Row

Vintage Partners, the Phoenix-based commercial real estate development and investment company, announced its selection by the Chandler City Council to develop the The Row in downtown Chandler’s newly designated entertainment district, an all-new mixed used project on the SW corner of Arizona Avenue and Chandler Boulevard. Created in partnership with Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, this stylish… Read More →

Vintage Partners to redevelop ’50s era shopping center

Vintage Partners, the Arizona-based commercial real estate development and investment company, announced its selection by Uptown Plaza Associates, LLC to lead the redevelopment of Uptown Plaza, the landmark 1950s era shopping center in central Phoenix on the NE corner of Central Avenue and Camelback Road.  Kicking off with a groundbreaking in September 2014 (exactly 59… Read More →

A valley of partners

When Valley Partnership was founded 27 years ago, it was on the principles of responsible development. It has since grown to thousands of members throughout the commercial real estate community.