(Editor’s note: News releases are published unedited unless they contain factual errors.) Madera Court Apartments in Phoenix Sell for $36.25 Million Cushman & Wakefield Negotiates Sale
By Parker Leavitt | The Republic A pair of 10-story towers planned near the Arizona Canal in downtown Scottsdale would bring 146 luxury apartments to one
By Eric Jay Toll | Phoenix Business Journal Arizona is taking the lead on a series of high-level negotiations to stabilize Lake Mead and protect
By Paul Maryniak | Ahwatukee Foothills News Representatives of True Life Companies drew some lines in the sand as they appealed to a small group
By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services PHOENIX — A special task force is recommending higher teacher pay, more money for schools with a high
By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services PHOENIX — The Tohono O’odham Nation won’t be able to start full-scale gaming at its Glendale casino just
By Paul Maryniak | East Valley Tribune What could be the court fight to stop construction of the South Mountain Freeway is scheduled to
By Clare Trapasso | Realtor.com After months of anticipation, the Federal Reserve announced it will be raising its key interest rate for the first time
With President-elect Donald Trump set to tap former Texas Gov. Rick Perry to head the department of energy, here’s a closer look at the energy
AZ Business Magazine Home developer, Maracay Homes, closed on 9.4 acres of land near the South Mountain Baseline Road corridor in Phoenix for $1.65 million.
By Tom Evans | Scottsdale Independent The fourth commercial office building at SkySong, The ASU Scottsdale Innovation Center is officially open for business. The building,
By Terrance Thornton | Scottsdale Independent Scottsdale City Council has its man. The local governing board Thursday, Dec. 8 named Jim Thompson, most recently the
By Binyamin Applebaum | The New York Times WASHINGTON — Citing the steady growth of the American economy, the Federal Reserve said Wednesday that it would increase
By Eric Jay Toll | Phoenix Business Journal Arizona has a heady upstart competitor when it comes to autonomous vehicles and attraction of the companies
(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents landowners who helped make this project a reality.) By Eric Jay Toll | Phoenix Business Journal It’s the Air. That’s
To build new residences on Tribal Trust Land, the Navajo Housing Authority and private developers must overcome multiple obstacles By Dennis Wagner and Craig Harris
By Chris Coppola | The Republic Project would include 24 market-rate apartments in separate building. Mesa is giving a developer more time to secure the
Trulia America’s starter-home shortage is worsening. The number of available homes for the average first-time homebuyer saw its steepest year-over-year drop in three years, 12.1%.
The election of Donald Trump should remind us — again — of the vast difference between managing a company and running a government. By Philip
(Editor’s note: News releases are published unedited unless they contain factual errors.) MARICOPA, Ariz. Dec. 15, 2016 – City of Maricopa Mayor Christian Price, has been appointed
NPR via CDC By Yana Kunichoff and Alison Steinbach | Arizona Republic Research on the effect of masks in public schools found schools in Maricopa
The Senate’s “audit” team presented its report on Sept. 24, 2021. L to R: Ben Cotton of CyFIR, Doug Logan of Cyber Ninjas, Randy Pullen.
By Ken Sain | Arizonan Leah Powell, Chandler’s neighborhood resources director, freely admits she was worried going into the 2020 Census. That’s because millions of
(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents a coalition of property and business owners throughout Pinal County working to bring new transportation infrastructure to the region.) By
By Jay Taylor | InMaricopa An enormous development is in the works that could bring more than 6,000 homes and 17,000 residents to the city.