(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Brookfield Residential.)
By Terrance Thornton | Your Valley
As the new year dawns so does the next chapter of economic development in the east Valley — most notably hundreds of new buildable acres in Scottsdale and thousands of acres now a part of the city of Apache Junction.
If you call the east Valley home the name of the game is growth, and with that new buildable land the question emerges: how do you manage years of pent-up demand?
Meanwhile in Scottsdale, a newly minted economic development plan eyes 900 acres of land in the northern sector where officials hope to see more corporate tenants.