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Massive Southbridge II project moves forward in Scottsdale. (Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Springcreek Development) We’ve been featuring news on Southbridge 2.0 quite a bit since Scottsdale Planning Commission unanimously approved the project last week. Here, AZCentral picks up the success story, with images and details not seen in previous reports. (Subscriber Content). http://bit.ly/2lGqb39

More on William Lyon Homes in Avondale. (Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents William Lyon Homes.) Troy Wahlberg, VP of acquisitions and development for WLH, checks in with PBJ on the Avondale project as well as another MPC from the homebuilder set to open in Surprise. (Subscriber Content). http://bit.ly/2lZiZiR

Protests fizzle, Mesa OKs new subdivision. Sky Bridge Companies’ Lehi Cove was put on hold last year after the city received “more than 200 complaints about the nearby Vulcan Materials asphalt plant.” Find out why protests petered out and get development details in EVT. http://bit.ly/2ly5sif

Casa Grande council OKs new age-restricted community. The thumbs-up for Spanish Trails West comes despite the project’s development plans not being in total compliance with the city’s 2003 Residential Design Guidelines. CGD. http://bit.ly/2lZjbi5

Gilbert to vote on new apartments at SanTan mall. SanTan Village owner Macerich is seeking land use changes to allow for apartments to be built on the mall’s property. Reporter Mike Sunnucks has details in RLGRhttp://bit.ly/2lEMqXc

Texas firm plans 380-unit apartment complex in Gilbert. Town Council will consider final plat approval today for Leon Capital Group’s Residences at SanTan Village. Reporter Mike Sunnucks has a breezy preview in RLGRhttp://bit.ly/2k6sJaC

5 home upgrades millennials couldn’t care less about. “If you’re looking to attract millennial buyers, be forewarned: These home upgrades will turn them away from your home faster than you can say, ‘What’s your Wi-Fi password?’ ” jokes Realtor.com®. -> http://bit.ly/2k26Lp4

Maricopa moves forward on business development. “The city council approved a motion to rezone two spaces in Maricopa, in hopes of helping to reach the goal to develop businesses and the City Center.” Maricopa Monitor. http://bit.ly/2lU7KYW

Avondale is hot spot for development and growth. “[W]e’re taking an aggressive approach to letting the development community know that we want them to locate and do business in Avondale,” says City Manager Charles Montoya. And as far that approach goes? So far, so good! AZCentral. http://bit.ly/2kwWkKj

ASU, City of Peoria aim to create an “entrepreneurial ecosystem” to spur economic development. Economic Development Director Rick Buss and Senior Program Manager Kristin Slice provide a progress report on Peoria Forward as the “hands-on,” “business-building” program enters year two. Chamber Business News. http://bit.ly/2k1NO5T

East Valley gearing up for The Strand @ Gilbert water attraction. The “$60-million state-of-the-art recreational water park attraction” won’t open until 2021, but you can get a bit of a sneak-peak right now via rundown and renderings at Arizona Foothills Magazine. http://bit.ly/2k6PQlq

[GUEST COLUMN] Why I support bonds for Scottsdale’s infrastructure this time. A “vocal opponent against past Scottsdale bond proposals,” Councilman Guy Phillips explains in RLGR why “this time is different.” http://bit.ly/2m20sCF

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

Top 15 reasons to attend the 2019 Polo Party in November –http://bit.ly/2jV8RHc

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

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

Ducey appoints Montgomery to high court. “Gov. Doug Ducey appointed Bill Montgomery to the Arizona Supreme Court on Wednesday afternoon, making the controversial Maricopa County attorney Ducey’s fifth selection to the state’s highest court.” AZ Cap Times. http://bit.ly/2k6QMWY

Utility regulators scold APS boss, suggest plot to disrupt commission, ‘purchase’ officials. Yesterday, it was Don Brandt’s turn to feel the heat as Corporation Commissioners grilled the APS head honcho about power shutoffs, election funding “and a variety of other issues.” AZCentral. http://bit.ly/2ly7jDJ

Arizona delegation splits along party lines on fund shift for border wall.Tap to Daily Star to see what our Reps. and Sens. have to say about “the shift of $3.6 billion in Pentagon funding from constructing military projects to the border wall.” http://bit.ly/2kx9zuH

The 10 counties that will decide the 2020 election. Whether President Trump gets a second term will be determined by these “critical tipping points” that “are as diverse as the American electorate.” The Hill. http://bit.ly/2lExsR2

Driverless semis in Arizona navigate open roads, vague statutes, tumultuous industry. An AZ Mirror report worth checking out, if for nothing else than an informative five-minute clip from the HBO show “Future of Work” titled “How Self-Driving Trucks Really Work,” which was shot in Arizona. http://bit.ly/2lyymie

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