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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

Paradise Valley estate near Camelback Country Club sells for $2.83M. It may not be the priciest place in AZCentral’s latest rundown of posh-home purchases, but this 5,949-square-footer can definitely boast some green, situated as it is “near the first hole of the Camelback Country Club golf course.” http://bit.ly/2kR5wt9

New in the East Valley. A glowing overview of Cadence at Gateway and The Crossings at Meridian, two new communities helping to establish the East Valley “as an ideal locale for families to live and play.” AFN. http://bit.ly/2mhLwjO

Tempe considering plans for new Town Lake office building. The 100,000-square-foot project called 999 Playa is proposed for the lake’s north side. Mike Sunnucks has more on the Irgens development in RLGRhttp://bit.ly/2kPIL98

Legacy Traditional Schools expands with West Surprise campus. The 83,000 square-foot school, to be located west of SR 303, will be Legacy’s second in Surprise and its 16th in the state. AZ Business Mag. http://bit.ly/2kmceqV

Meet the new wave of female builders.WaPo Magazine examines the growing community of women in construction. Featuring Denise Hernandez of Phoenix-based Hernandez Cos., with a shoutout to ASU’s construction program. http://bit.ly/2khCORY

[GUEST COLUMN] Paradise Valley reinvigorates its mountain preservation trust. Councilmember Julie Pace looks at the achievements of Paradise Valley Mountain Preservation Trust, the privately funded organization that has protected “over 240 acres worth over $100 million.” PVI. http://bit.ly/2lVjiey

BIGGER KUSHION –Glendale could expand medical marijuana buffer zones. The city is looking into modifying an ordinance to increase the required distance between medical marijuana dispensaries and day care centers, parks, libraries and substance abuse treatment facilities. RLGR. http://bit.ly/2klsGaT

Chasing the city center is a journey through Tucson’s story. “Seven miles now separate where [Tucson’s geographic center point] started and where it is today. Its arching, sometimes erratic journey over the past 142 years tells the story of the city.” Daily Star. http://bit.ly/2lTW0ps

Cameron’s $5M + deals of the day –http://bit.ly/2kqxtYO

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 fun, fast-paced firm that offers opportunities for advancement.http://bit.ly/2UgnCCk

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

Court: First Amendment trumps anti-discrimination ordinance. While the Arizona Supreme Court decision “says Phoenix cannot force owners of a business to create wedding invitations for same-sex couples,” the ruling left “open the question of whether the two women could be forced to produce other products,” reports AZ Cap Timeshttp://bit.ly/2krhqtO

Ducey brings pitch for new North American trade deal to Washington. Ratification of a deal “worth billions in trade” and which “supports more than 228,000 jobs” is “long overdue.” That was main message delivered by Gov. Doug Ducey at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s annual gathering in D.C. on Monday. CN. http://bit.ly/2mmvg16

Nothing standing in the way of energy storage’s ‘explosive growth’: Navigant. “The growth of the global energy storage market is creating one headline after another, as analysis after analysis predicts new heights of investments and deployments.” UtilityDIVE looks into the latest studies, with insight from Navigant Research analyst Ricardo Rodriguez. http://bit.ly/2km8J3M

Measure planned to bar ‘self-dealing’ at the Capitol, curb restrictions on initiative measures. “The Democracy and Accountability Act would strengthen conflict-of-interest laws at the legislature, which critics have long decried as toothless and inadequate.” AZ Mirror. http://bit.ly/2kmcC8R

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