REGIONAL NEWS for May 26, 2017: Nevada becomes 19th state to ask Congress for constitutional amendment to overturn the Citizens United.
Nevada Legislature passes proposal to overturn Citizens United Trump promised a ‘big beautiful door’ in his border wall. California farmers are ready and waiting Utah lawmaker takes aim at campus free-speech rules Attorney general looking into University of New Mexico golf junket Downtown Denver hotel opening this summer will boast highest open-air rooftop bar in […]Read More →
Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents APEX Motor Sports By Mawson Callejas | InMAricopa Private Motorsports Group President Jason Plotke sat down with InMaricopa to explain his organization’s plan to create APEX Motor Club in Maricopa. It is imagined as a private country club for sports car enthusiasts to bring and store their vehicles and drive […]Read More →
Scottsdale Independent The last concrete beam has been placed atop 7120 Optima Kierland, signaling the culmination of this phase of construction and the beginning of a new era of luxury, high-rise condominium living in North Scottsdale. Virtual tours, floor plans and samples of finishes can be viewed at the Optima Kierland Sales Gallery at 15450 […]Read More →
Working toward solutions By Jeffery Hayward | HousingWire Read Part 1 of this guest blog here. While the need to build or rehabilitate more affordable units is urgent, we can’t simply build our way out of the rental housing crisis. Instead, we need to find a way to help lower-income households afford the housing that […]Read More →
By Rusty Bradshaw | Independent Newsmedia Real estate professionals want to see some changes that clarify condominiums vs. other types of housing to avoid confusion and problems in sales. Identifying duplexes, quads and other types of homes as condominiums not only creates confusion, but has properties appraised incorrectly and is causing some loans to be […]Read More →
By Arren Kimbel-Sannit | Phoenix Business Journal Construction began in Mesa Wednesday on a 50-unit affordable housing project designed for artists that advocates say will infuse creative thinking into a downtown area that already places a high priority on engagement with the arts. The complex, which is expected to be completed within a year, will […]Read More →
By Mike Sunnucks | Phoenix Business Journal A deal is brewing and could close soon on the much-watched CrackerJax land in Scottsdale. The land is currently home to the CrackerJax Family Fun and Sports Park on Scottsdale Road south of Bell Road. CrackerJax is a family and kids staple in Scottsdale with go-karts, putt-putt golf, […]Read More →
By Mike Sunnucks | Phoenix Business Journal The Phoenix Country Club is considering development plans for its parking lot areas at Thomas Road and Seventh Street. The plans — which still are preliminary and under consideration — would bring a high-rise condo development to the club’s lots. That is according to multiple real estate and […]Read More →
By Alexis Berdine | Cronkite News Wednesday, May 24, 2017 PHOENIX – The ancient Hohokam civilization first built Phoenix’s canal system more than 600 years ago. In the fall, Phoenix officials plan to start a project they hope will revive and improve the Grand Canal. The Grand Canalscape Project will include nearly 12 miles of […]Read More →
REGIONAL NEWS for May 25, 2017: The world’s biggest retail real estate convention is living up to its name again in Sin City.
Las Vegas: Real estate dealmaking in full swing at RECon 2017 Salt Lake City Outdoor Retailer parent buys SIA Snow Show, will combine for huge Denver trade event California: The epic, ugly battle over finishing the 710 Freeway might finally be coming to an end New Mexico Legislature sends new budget package to MartinezRead More →