By Karen Schutte | Real Estate Daily News The Rio Nuevo downtown facilities district, which oversees the operation of the convention center, its arena, music
By Joshua Bowling | Arizona Republic Peoria’s P83 — the stretch of 83rd Avenue dotted with restaurants, sports and entertainment — saw improvements and new business openings in 2018, but
AZBigMedia Ushering in a new era for downtown Tempe, an exciting development for residents, businesses, and surrounding companies within close proximity to ASU, Novus
By Derek Hall | Arizona Republic At least 25 apartment projects are planned or going up across the West Valley as the region responds to
(Editor’s note: News releases are published unedited, unless they contain factual errors.) (PHOENIX) – Harvard Investments, developer of Cadence at Gateway, is proud to announce
By Richard Wolf | USA TODAY The endangered dusky gopher frog lost a round at the Supreme Court Tuesday, but its fate is not yet final.
AZBigMedia Winning is a team effort, and Team Arizona has had a very productive 2018 when it comes to attracting new companies to locate
By Raquel Hendrickson | InMaricopa Both sides in a lawsuit against Pinal County over a tax to improve roads are now waiting for a judge to
By Roland Murphy for Arizona Builder’s Exchange A proposed new senior living facility is one harbinger of many changes to come along Tatum Boulevard
By Corina Vanek | Phoenix Business Journal More than 13,000 acres of land in Buckeye soon could be opened for development after the Arizona
By Amy Dobson | Forbes For a while it looked like the best thing to bring to a neighborhood was a new Whole Foods
By Janet Wilson | Palm Springs Desert Sun A fierce local battle over water rights unfolding in a small southern California courtroom Wednesday could
KTAR.com Former U.S. Rep. Ed Pastor died on Tuesday, his daughter and Phoenix Councilwoman Laura Pastor announced in a statement. He was 75. “Congressman
By Adam McCann | WalletHub o say that Americans love sports is an understatement. It’s in our blood. We value sports as much for their
Opinion: The governor and a divided Legislature better learn to compromise, and quick, or Arizona’s vote could end up not counting in 2024 and beyond.
By Phoenix Business Journal, KTAR Sandra Day O’Connor, who blazed a trail from Arizona to become the first woman to serve as a U.S. Supreme
By Adrian Skabelund | AZ Daily Sun Changes to city zoning code designed to incentivize affordable housing and sustainable building may be on the way.