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The Dealmaker: 10/16/2017

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The Dealmaker is a daily note of the day’s top real estate stories served just in time for lunch. Bon Appetit! Subscribe here to receive the Dealmaker to your inbox   EXCLUSIVE: Breaking – Arizona State Land Dept., Aloravita, Shea, Pulte, Taylor Morrison close Westside deal. (Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Aloravita.) Get all the details in Rose Law Group […]

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Council hires Applied Economics as Kingman East interchange project consultants

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Daily Miner City Council voted (4-1) Friday to approve an agreement with Applied Economics to present a plan to request funding from Arizona Department of Transportation for the Interstate 11 East Kingman Connection Project. The city will make a presentation to ADOT and Gov. Doug Ducey in November requesting $20 million to fund the Kingman […]

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Trends in single-family flooring

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LinkedIn/Builder Some notable flooring trends from the past few years for new single-family homes include carpeting being relegated to bedrooms, tile replacing resilient flooring, and hardwood finish growing in popularity for main living areas. Ed Hudson, director of the Market Research Division at Home Innovation Research Labs, writes: READ ON:

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Local rules and affordable housing options

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A tide of young activists in metros that have gotten too expensive to develop will move the NIMBY needle, or move, period. By John McManus|  Builder Grabar offers a microcosmic view of American housing’s theme and variations here in an article, titled “San Francisco’s Civil War.” The Slate sub-headline reads, “YIMBYs! Socialists! The only thing […]

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Hearing on Barrister alley set for next Wednesday

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By Yasmine Kenney | Downtown Devil A hearing over a potential alley abandonment near the historic Barrister Building will be held at next Wednesday’s city council meeting. The Urban Phoenix Project is challenging a decision from September to abandon the alley for use as part of a Crescent Bay Holdings residential condominium development. Director and President of […]

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Sober-living facility leaving Paradise Valley; home for sale for $1.1 million; Jordan Rose, founder and president of Rose Law Group, weighs in on ‘bad actors’

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By Joseph Flaherty | Phoenix New Times A sober-living home that caused a small uproar in upscale Paradise Valley is on its way out. The house, located at 6710 East Fanfol Drive, is listed for sale after prompting a complaint from the Town of Paradise Valley and concerns from neighbors. The sober-living home is currently home to a […]

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Western Arizona tribes could lease Colorado River water to areas thirsty for development

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By Ryan Randazzo | The Republic The clear waters of the Colorado River flow gently through the Headgate Rock diversion dam while boaters and Jet Skiers play upstream in front of the Blue Water Resort and Casino. The dam quietly siphons off almost one fourth of Arizona’s share of Colorado River water and sends it to nearby fields […]

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Where are the boomers? Probably in the garage with the grandkids (somewhere in Florida or Arizona)

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Del Webb survey finds grandkids, garages, health care and open space are priorities. Builder Baby boomers are planning to retire at an earlier age, but they want their next home in retirement to be near their grandchildren with the number one home feature being a multi-car garage with plenty of storage, according to the latest […]

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Hines to add curb appeal and convenience to 24th at Camelback campus

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Real Estate Daily News Hines, the international real estate firm, recently launched an exterior ground floor activation plan for its campus at 24th at Camelback, a premier office project in the prestigious Camelback Corridor. As part of the renovation, tenant guests will gain more convenient access to the buildings and be greeted by refreshed landscaping. The […]

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Cameron’s $5M + deals of the day

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Cameron Carter, Director of Rose Law Group’s Transactional Real Estate Department, thinks you need to know about these transactions in Maricopa County. Price: $19.7M Buyer: Tempe Exchange, LLC Seller: St. Luke’s Medical Center LP c/o Iasis Healthcare Corp Property Type: Hospital/Health Care Facility Property Size:  11.243 acres Location: Tempe St. Luke’s Hospital, 1500 South Mill Avenue, Tempe APN: 113-18-040, 113-18-041 Financing: Cash To view the […]

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