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Large fee increase proposed for Tucson retail developments could impact economy

Posted by   /  January 16, 2020  /  Real Estate  /  No Comments

By Gabriela Rico | Arizona Daily Star Tucson’s ability to attract new retailers could take a hit due to a proposal that would double fees for new commercial retail projects and free-standing discount stores. The city proposal also adds new categories for impact fees and lowers the cost for certain developments. Officials say the proposed […]

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Belfiore: Tucson housing shows continued strength

Posted by   /  January 3, 2020  /  By Mike Sunnucks, Real Estate  /  No Comments

By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter The Tucson housing market continues to show strength, according to new data from Belfiore Real Estate Consulting. “It’s really been a good year down there,” said Steven Hensley, an analyst with Belfiore Real Estate Consulting. The latest Tucson data from Belfiore is from mid-September to mid-November over […]

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New state law could extend terms of mayor, city council members by one year

Posted by   /  December 20, 2019  /  Government and Politics  /  No Comments

City of Tucson Inauguration: Under a new state law, Mayor Regina Romero and the other three Democrats elected to the city council last month would serve an extra year, until the end of 2024. She is shown with outgoing Mayor Jonathan Rothschild /Mamta Popat / Arizona Daily Star Joe Ferguson | Arizona Daily Star  A […]

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Downtown Tucson tower could be home to hotel

Posted by   /  December 20, 2019  /  Real Estate  /  No Comments

One South Church Ave., the tallest building in Tucson. Completed in 1986, It rises 330-feet and has 23 floors.A.E. Araiza / Arizona Daily Star By Gabriela Rico | Arizona Daily Star Tucson’s tallest downtown building may soon be accepting overnight guests. Developers plan to convert eight floors of the 23-story tower at 1 S. Church […]

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Affordable inland metros poised for most growth in 2020

Posted by   /  December 16, 2019  /  Real Estate  /  No Comments

Tucson, AZ. / File photo Realtor Magazine In search of affordability, some consumers are showing a willingness to leave urban life behind. Some of the hottest housing markets are mid-range, inland markets, such as Boise, Idaho; McAllen, Texas; and Tucson, Ariz. Nine out of 10 of the markets projected to show the most growth in […]

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Tucson rezones thousands of acres for Atterbury Trails

Posted by   /  December 16, 2019  /  Real Estate  /  No Comments

Real Estate Daily News The Tucson Mayor and Council approved zoning changes of 2,590-acres of State Land for a Planned Community Development (PCD) called Atterbury Trails.  The site is located between the Harrison Road alignment and Houghton Road, extending from Irvington Road, south to Valencia Road; and east of Houghton Road, north of Valencia Road […]

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Tucson joins Pima County in lawsuit against border wall construction in 3 preserves

Posted by   /  December 5, 2019  /  Courts/Law, Immigration  /  No Comments

Border wall construction, Lukeville: Workers pour a foundation for the installation of border wall panels about 3 miles east of the Lukeville/Sonoyta port of entry./Josh Galemore / Arizona Daily Star By Justin Sayers | Arizona Daily Star   The Tucson City Council voted Tuesday to join Pima County in taking part in a lawsuit aimed at […]

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Shirley Scott about to end 24 years of service on Tucson City Council

Posted by   /  December 3, 2019  /  Government and Politics  /  No Comments

Councilwoman Shirley Scott shares a laugh with City Manager Michael Ortega shortly before the start of a study session. / Kelly Presnell / Arizona Daily Star By Joe Ferguson | Arizona Daily Star It would be hard to point to one thing in Ward 4 that singularly represents the legacy Councilwoman Shirley Scott leaves after […]

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Tucson City Council may take formal stance opposing Trump’s ‘remain in Mexico’ immigration policy

Posted by   /  December 3, 2019  /  Immigration  /  No Comments

 Mayor Regina Romero/Kelly Presnell / Arizona Daily Star 2019 By Justin Sayers | Arizona Daily Star   In the first meeting under new Mayor Regina Romero, the Tucson City Council will vote on whether to take a stance against the Trump administration’s enforcement of Migrant Protection Protocols that were recently expanded to Arizona’s border with Mexico. […]

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Tucson rezones state land for Escalera PAD

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

Tucson Real Estate Daily News The City of Tucson Mayor and Council approved the Escalera Planned Area Development (PAD) this past Tuesday, located at the southwest corner of East Valencia Road and South Houghton Road, near the new Rocking K MPC. Encompassing approximately 344.3 acres, the Property was annexed into the City in 1985 and […]

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