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Offices on High Street adds two new tenants

Portland-based real estate private equity firm ScanlanKemperBard Companies and Wayzata Investment Partners announced today that Alliance Financial Resources and Yeager North have chosen to relocate to The Offices On High Street (www.HighStreetAZ.com).

“It is always exciting when high-caliber businesses choose to relocate to The Offices On High Street,” explains Leslie Himley, vice president of marketing for the property. “We are thrilled to welcome both Alliance Financial Resources and Yeager North to the property as we continue to make significant capital improvements and leasing activity is flourishing. We have no doubt that our new tenants will appreciate our new look and amenities.”

Alliance Financial Resources
Home loan industry leader, Alliance Financial Resources, is relocating from its Deer Valley, Phoenix location on November 1. Its multi-year, 25,000 square-foot lease agreement is for the entire second floor of the A5 building on High Street. Alliance will bring 110 employees to the north Phoenix development and while not immediately hiring, its growth pattern and ability to forge long-term relationships with clients should sustain hiring in the near future.

“Our beautiful new offices on High Street reflect the company culture we work so hard to preserve,” said Jaime Korus, president of Alliance Financial Resources. “The stunning views from our second floor office, the fantastic restaurants and scenic streetscape will welcome our employees and clients while assuring them of their importance in our thriving business.”

Alliance Financial Resources LLC was represented by Dave Carder of CBRE.

Yeager North
Integrated marketing firm Yeager North recently signed a multi-year lease on 4,000 square-feet of office space on High Street. The growing company is relocating from the Scottsdale Quarter and plans to move in July of this year. The firm, which specializes in streamlining customer acquisition and accelerating growth for the world’s leading B2B technology companies, is currently looking to hire two additional employees.

“It was important for us to find a new location that could grow with us,” said Renee Yeager, founding partner of Yeager North. “We feel the new direction on High Street aligns with our own brand and identity, and we’re excited to be part of the community.”

Yeager North was represented by Keith Lammersen and Trevor Pratt of Jones Lang LaSalle.

Pink Light District

Arizona Institute For Breast Health Announces Return of Pink Light District Fundraiser

As part of the annual Pink Light District to benefit the Arizona Institute for Breast Health (AIBH), members of the Arizona community and beyond are invited to sponsor a pink light in honor or in memory of a loved one touched by cancer. The Scottsdale-headquartered, nonprofit organization stands behind its mission to provide women diagnosed with breast cancer in Arizona a second opinion on treatment options completely free of charge.

Pink Light DistrictPink Honor Lights may be given to anyone touched by breast cancer in any way. They can shine in honor of a brave survivor, in memory of a loved one or to recognize that special person in your doctor’s office. There is no limit to the number of lights one can buy to recognize and honor those in their lives. Sponsorships of multiple lights and other donation opportunities are also available.

“The lights, available for sponsorship now through October 31, will glow over the Marshall Way Bridge in downtown Scottsdale starting October 4 and throughout the rest of Breast Cancer Awareness month,” says Christine Fenwick, executive director of AIBH and 17-year breast cancer survivor.

In addition to the light, each honoree who is gifted a light will receive a Pink Light Tribute Card, and his or her name will be placed in the 2012 Pink Light Honor Album on the AIBH website. “This year, we are extremely honored to have Dr. William Leighton as our 2012 Pink Light District Premier Sponsor,” Fenwick says.

In addition to Dr. Leighton, other valuable corporate sponsors include Yeager North, Iron Medical Systems, Olive & Ivy, Anasazi Internal Medicine, HMA Public Relations, Sapporo Scottsdale, Leighton & Abdo Attorneys at Law, Fiesta Furnishings and Arizona Breast Cancer Specialists, which is led by AIBH co-founder, Dr. Coral Quiet, who also serves as the organization’s volunteer medical director.

Fenwick adds that other interested potential partners are welcome to visit AIBH’s website  and contact her team to arrange a fundraising event.

“Since our inception in 1998, we’ve sought to provide education, resources and support to newly diagnosed patients with the help of our volunteer team of physicians and medical professionals whose specialties include breast radiology, breast surgery, medical oncology, radiation oncology, reconstructive surgery and breast pathology,” says Dr. Quiet, whose team was recently named a 2012 Healthcare Leadership Award honoree and a 2012 Phoenix Business Journal Health Care Hero finalist for the critical service they provide to the community.

For more information about Pink Light District, or to sponsor a pink light for $25, please visit pinklightdistrict.org.