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The Dealmaker: 10/3/2019

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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

Pinal County under new manager; Louis Andersen takes the helm. Air Force vet, MBA schooled, Harvard educated, six years as Pinal’s public works director, now manager of Pinal County. Get to know Louis Andersen in this, his FIRST interview after taking the helm, in RLGRhttp://bit.ly/32Zgjlx

Big $25 million land deal in West Valley. Reporter Mike Sunnucks fills us in on this Buckeye purchase by LKY Development. RLGR. http://bit.ly/2MnzgIb

Shopoff sells Phase 1 of 200-acre Desert Moon Estates in Buckeye. Phase 1 includes 254 lots near Apache and I-10. AZRE has development info, plus aerial of the site — can’t miss it, outlined in yellow and looking like some prehistoric cave drawing of an acaudate cow. http://bit.ly/2nZFrKh

Maricopa still a value in Valley real estate. How does Maricopa compare to 18 other housing markets across the Valley? InMaricopa delivers city-by-city data. http://bit.ly/34ZKX09

Eastmark area seeing more major development.EVT takes a look at Crimson Gateway Village, Landing 202 and the Century Link expansion. http://bit.ly/2OgRUDZ

KB Home to open pair of Tucson neighborhoods. • Arroyo Reserve and Desert Point • Eight one-story floor plans in all • 1,000 to 1,800 sq. ft. • From the $170s • Further details in Builder. http://bit.ly/30HzYow

Daybreak gets tentative OK from FH council. Council chambers were jammed in Fountain Hills on Tuesday for what ended up as a “marathon 7-hour session” capped by a vote in favor of “the controversial Daybreak apartment community.” But what’s up with the tentativeness? FHT. http://bit.ly/3345n6q

[OPINION] The battle over Villages at Vigneto is much bigger than you think. “Other communities outside the state’s active management areas are in the same boat — battling over who gets to use the water with little solid data about how much water they have to begin with.” By: Joanna Allhands, in AZCentral. http://bit.ly/3366TF7http://bit.ly/3366TF7

Bids due for new $24 million ASU parking garage, retail building on Mill Avenue. ASU is accepting design-build bids for a garage to be located next to the planned Omni Hotel. Better hurry though, because — as Mike Sunnucks reports in RLGR — bids are due TODAY! http://bit.ly/2AHEHfj

Phoenix approves new economic development incentive for Farmers Insurance’s 900-job expansion. City Council has approved an additional $250,000 economic development incentive for Farmers Insurance, which is looking to grow its center at I-17 and Happy Valley. RLGR. http://bit.ly/2LJTrRt

NAIOP Arizona experts: Here are the opportunities for 2020.AZRE gathered some of the heaviest hitters in the Valley’s CRE scene to “learn more about what’s going on in the market, how it compares to other markets in the country and what they see in their crystal ball.” http://bit.ly/30KCRoF

Mayor talks city’s growth ahead of Coolidge Days. Nikola Motors. Upbeat permitting activity. New builds from Wade Jurney and Brown Homes. An “uptick in open storefronts.” Those are among the reasons Mayor Jon Thompson says “Coolidge has stepped it up.” Coolidge Examiner. http://bit.ly/2o2sX4C

Goodyear breaks ground on recreation campus. Vice Mayor Bill Stipp says the 30-acre Goodyear Recreation Campus at West Estrella St and South Harrison Pkwy “has been an undertaking of epic proportions.” For a bit of proof, just check out the epic renderings at KTAR. http://bit.ly/31Ltfev

Don’t fence us in, Club West tells ADOT. “From the folks who are bringing Ahwatukee the South Mountain Freeway with its soaring sound walls and other changes that have impacted the community’s landscape comes a new addition that has Club West and other residents up in arms.” AFN. http://bit.ly/2VaI7AC

Gila River community wary of I-10 widening. “But ADOT said widening is essential, particularly because I-10 is a ‘key commercial corridor that supports significant commercial and economic growth for the region, the state and the nation.’ ”EVT. http://bit.ly/3533CrD

Best ways to party during upcoming Scottsdale polo party weekend – http://bit.ly/2oyAp7r

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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Arizona Cardinals owner Bill Bidwill dies at 88. Tributes are flooding in for William V. Bidwill, who spent more than eight decades working in the NFL, “from ball boy to bow-tied owner.” AZCentral. http://bit.ly/30HzMFO

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