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The Dealmaker: 9/12/2019

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Rose Law Group Founder and President Jordan Rose to speak on Business Journal Panel:’The State of Business in Phoenix.’ Along with Arizona Commerce Authority President & CEO Sandra Watson, and CBRE Senior Managing Director Paul Komadina, “as they discuss how growing industries and new businesses are shaping the local economy and what to expect from the year ahead.” http://bit.ly/2kGSz5d

[LETTER TO THE EDITOR] Alliance Metals’ aluminum manufacturing facility: A great opportunity La Paz County should not miss. (Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Alliance Metals.) Alliance Vice President Loren Barton explains how the facility will not only bring new jobs and business investment, but also much needed tax revenue for schools, community colleges, fire departments and flood controls — all while safeguarding the environment.Wickenburg Sun. http://bit.ly/2kGJIAx

Project coming to last big site near Chandler mall. Van Trust Real Estate visits City Hall today, seeking to rezone a parcel near Chandler Fashion Center. If successful, the vacant 20-acre site will morph into Chandler 101, a development “likely to be one of the last big mixed-use projects adjacent to the mall.” EVT. http://bit.ly/2kGQyWH

Controversial Daybreak project at Fountain Hills. A large turnout is expected for today’s P&Z session, as Hilltop Vista Properties’ returns with its lodging-to-multifamily rezone request for Daybreak, a 400-unit development planned off of Palisades Blvd that has received community pushback. FHT. http://bit.ly/2kcuVxa

Boulder Ranch to bring next-level luxury living to Scottsdale. There’s no shortage of praise from Arizona Foothills Magazine in its rundown of Boulder Ranch, Toll Brothers’ new North Scottsdale community “that promises to be the best in upscale living.” http://bit.ly/2lNzlLo

Scottsdale rent growth rate among nation’s highest. “However, rents in Scottsdale are still lower than some other Valley cities on the eastern and western fringes that have seen explosive growth in recent years.” SP. http://bit.ly/2kxoeWS

80 percent of Americans cite housing affordability as a growing national crisis. And “at least 75 percent report this is a problem at the state and local level as well,” according to a new Morning Consult/NAHB survey. Get a closer look at the findings in World Property Journalhttp://bit.ly/2lMCFXa

More time for Innovation Square development. Chandler City Council is being asked to give more time for the planned development at Price and Queen Creek, as a potential anchor tenant deal did not come to fruition and developers are still working to build the project. More in RLGR. http://bit.ly/2kIeTLQ

The Steelyard project looks to move forward in East Valley. Chandler City Council is scheduled to consider more plans for Capital Asset Management retail project at its meeting today. Mike Sunnucks has a quick preview in RLGRhttp://bit.ly/2k9ZmEa

Florence Hospital reopening. “Hospital care is returning to Florence after an absence of 15 months with the opening of Florence Hospital at Hunt Highway and Franklin Road.” PinalCentral. http://bit.ly/2lRu1Xg

Peoria refines land use categories in general plan. Live. Work. Play. The city’s proposed general plan aims to ensure that “future developments fall in-line” with those “three new mixed use categories.” As for what that translates to in practical terms, Development Director Chris Jacques and Planner Manager Lorie Dever shed some light — in YourValleyhttp://bit.ly/2kyzPF9

Paradise Valley Town Council convenes fall session Sept. 12. As the new legislative session gets underway, Town Manager Jill Keimach and Vice Mayor Scott Moore share their thoughts on a variety of agenda items. PVI. http://bit.ly/2lOGb3h

Tempe looks at new Airbnb, short-term rental rules. The ordinance would require property owners who rent out condos, apartment units and homes to short-term tenants to register with the city. More on the matter in this RLGR report from Mike Sunnucks. http://bit.ly/2lMhxQS

Thunderbird business school ushers in new era, new headquarters. As construction begins on “a new five-story high-tech headquarters in downtown Phoenix,” the school of Global Management is going even more global, “spreading its tentacles further with a goal to have 20 global centers in major cities across the world by 2025.” Chamber Business News. http://bit.ly/2keHAjj

Final Details and Event Line-Up Announced for World’s Greatest Polo Party –http://bit.ly/2kgT1ae

RLG HIRING: Rose Law Group is seeking a receptionist for our front desk to provide administrative and clerical support for our office. Contact us:  http://bit.ly/2UgnCCk

As a supplement to the Dealmaker, we thought you might enjoy these articles!

[OPINION] Rose Law Group Co-Founder Court Rich in AZCentral: Here’s the question no one is asking about APS’s secret spending. “Why did APS funnel money to support the son of a regulator when he ran for secretary of state? The Corporation Commission needs to ask.” http://bit.ly/2m95nl7

Ninth Circuit strikes down Montana ban on political robocalls. A three-judge panel ruled Tuesday that the “law violates the First Amendment, hamstrings underdog candidates and fails to protect recipients from financial scams.” Cronkite News. http://bit.ly/2lRuIjk

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