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City Council recap: ASU downtown housing, light rail extensions

Posted by   /  October 17, 2019  /  Government and Politics  /  No Comments

By Katelyn Dyer | Downtown Devil City Council voted and approved many items that pertain to downtown from the light rail to the Phoenix City Code. City Council approved City Manager Ed Zuercher to enter a contract with Arizona State University. The contract is to start planning for the new downtown living dorms for ASU students and […]

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Phoenix City Council to vote on $75 million deal for new ASU housing

Posted by   /  October 14, 2019  /  Real Estate  /  No Comments

By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter The Phoenix City Council is scheduled to vote Wednesday on a $75 million bond deal to build new student housing for Arizona State University in downtown Phoenix. The project is slated for Filmore Street and First Avenue. The council is being asked to approve Industrial Development Authority […]

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Phoenix becomes a magnet for distribution and warehouse facilities

Posted by   /  October 10, 2019  /  Real Estate  /  No Comments

Trammell Crow Company Phoenix and its partner, a fund sponsored by CBRE Global Investors, recently unveiled plans for a new industrial project in Phoenix, known as Park Aldea. / AZBigMedia AZBigMedia As the Phoenix market grows, so does the demand for goods and places to sort, store and ship them. At the same time, the […]

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DiCiccio takes aim at plan to raise fees on Lyft, Uber rides a Sky Harbor

Posted by   /  October 8, 2019  /  By Mike Sunnucks, Economy, Government and Politics  /  No Comments

Sal DiCiccio. / City of Phoenix. By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio is taking aim at a proposal to raise fees on Lyft and Uber ride at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. The Phoenix City Council is looking at a proposal to incrementally raise ride share fees for […]

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If Phoenix were a country, here’s how its economy would rank

Posted by   /  October 8, 2019  /  Economy  /  No Comments

By Russ Wiles | Arizona Republic If metro Phoenix were a separate country, it would outrank 158 nations in terms of economic output including Egypt, Vietnam and Greece. The roughly 5 million people who live in greater Phoenix generated about $265 billion in annual economic output last year. That was more than the roughly 100 […]

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Real estate industry seeking affordable housing solutions

Posted by   /  October 8, 2019  /  Real Estate  /  No Comments

Chamber Business News Metropolitan Phoenix could be on the verge of one of the worst housing squeezes in the nation as housing and rent prices continue to rise, leaving more people without a place to call home.    Exacerbating the issue? A real estate industry unable to build housing projects fast enough to meet demand, an […]

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Former Suns all-star KJ helps bring The Battery to Warehouse District

Posted by   /  October 7, 2019  /  Real Estate  /  No Comments

AZBigMedia AZBigMedia Kevin Johnson’s athletic legacy was secured at what is now Talking Stick Resort Arena. As a player, Johnson was a three-time NBA All-Star during his stellar career, earning him a place in the Phoenix Suns Ring of Honor. His career after basketball has been quite impressive, as well. He was a two-term mayor […]

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Phoenix hopes economic development efforts ride bioscience wave

Posted by   /  October 7, 2019  /  Economy, Real Estate  /  No Comments

Phoenix City Hall /Facebook/ City of Phoenix Communications By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter Phoenix expects to see more than 4 million square feet of new bioscience and health care related real estate developments over the next 24 months. Those developments total $3 billion in new investments will create 7,000 new jobs. The […]

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Historic Roosevelt Row apartments return in “adaptive restoration” project

Posted by   /  October 4, 2019  /  Real Estate  /  No Comments

Real Estate Daily News While adaptive reuse has been a popular trend for older properties in Phoenix, The Power Apartments, a Federal Revival Style building located on North 3rd Avenue, is going back to its historic roots in what is being called an “adaptive restoration” showcase. Originally developed in 1914 as an apartment building, this redeveloped office […]

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Report finds mixed results for home flipping in metro Phoenix

Posted by   /  October 2, 2019  /  Real Estate  /  No Comments

KTAR For metro Phoenix real estate investors, home flipping has been more about speed than profit. The Valley has one of the nation’s fastest average turnaround times for flipped homes but one of the lowest returns on investment, according to the latest data. Phoenix-area homes were flipped in an average of 151 days, the fifth […]

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