Queen Creek Independent A preliminary plat for Spur Cross Parcel No. 1 has 59 lots in a 15.1-acre residential subdivision at the northeast corner of
By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter The Phoenix City Council is scheduled to vote Wednesday on a $75 million bond deal to build
By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter Wood Partners has submitted plans with the city of Scottsdale for a proposed new 330-unit apartment complex.
By Corina Vanek | Phoenix Business Journal If there is an impending recession, it’s likely to be short and shallow, economists studying the Arizona and U.S.
By Scottsdale Independent Evergreen Devco, Inc., retail and multifamily development company, has recently promoted Scottsdale resident Jeff Market to vice president of Arizona multifamily. The
By Joe Ferguson | Arizona Daily Star The Tucson City Council approved a conceptual proposal to redevelop the downtown Ronstadt Transit Center, building a new hotel,
By David Abbott | Globe Miami Times This is part one of a series that explores housing in the Globe-Miami area and what is being
By Karen Schutte | Real Estate Daily News Meritage Homes closed on 105 additional lots at La Estancia for $5,788,125 ($55,125 per finished lot) or
By Angela Gonzales | Phoenix Business Journal Jason Kush is working his way through the approval process with the city of Scottsdale to begin work on a
Queen Creek Independent A preliminary plat has been approved by the town’s Planning and Zoning Commission for 14 homes on a 20-acre site in the
Queen Creek Independent Fourteen new standard plans with three elevations each were approved by the Planning and Zoning Commission for the one- and two-story Harvest
Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Sunday Goods By Terrance Thornton | Scottsdale Independent A recent proposal to bring in a medical marijuana dispensary to Old Town
By Harrison Mantas | Cronkite News Arizona lawmakers joined a growing bipartisan chorus critical of President Donald Trump’s decision to pull American troops from Northern
By Julia Shumway | Arizona Capitol Times It was an uncontroversial legislative change, backed by county recorders happy for more time between elections and lawmakers
By Shelly Insheiwat | Fox 10 Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a new law on Sunday evening that bans California public high schools from starting before