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About five months ago, major developer Phoenix-based Vintage Partners withdrew from a plan to revitalize Old Town Peoria after a two-year partnership, forcing the city to go back to the drawing board in updating the downtown area. more
The City Council approved the three billboards on a half-mile stretch of Loop 303 in north Surprise despite outspoken objection from a couple of dozen nearby residents of Corte Bella, on the other side of the highway from Surprise. more
As part of Tempe’s burgeoning restaurant scene, two brand-new concepts helmed by seasoned local Chef Alexander Robinson are now open in the heart of the city’s downtown district at The … more
Excitement is high in Queen Creek over the recent announcement that two new shopping centers will be opening in the town. However, residents will have to wait about a month before they find out which … more
California-based electrical contracting company Helix Electric is expected to open a manufacturing facility in Goodyear in the first part of 2022. The 112,000-square-foot facility, located on the … more
A four-story, multi-family development of 338 units is planned for 99th and Northern avenues, adjacent to Park West. more
Beginning at 5 p.m. Monday, Oct. 18, Steak 44 in Phoenix will donate 100% of the proceeds from 200 dinners to benefit the American Heart Association and Phoenix Heart Ball, which will be held in … more
Thompson Thrift Retail Group, a wholly-owned company of Indianapolis-based Thompson Thrift, announced today the sale of Sunrise Promenade, a retail shopping center located in Peoria. more
Tempe City Council voted earlier this year to increase the contract value for management services at the Ken McDonald and Rolling Hills golf courses after the municipal fairways saw a nearly 20% … more
Six years ago there were seven luxury home sales in Peoria. more
After a 13-year construction hiatus, Vestar, the largest privately held shopping center owner and manager in the western U.S., has announced it is building new retail centers in Queen and Peoria. more
Walmart will be the tenant behind the biggest industrial deal in Arizona history, in Glendale. more
As Valley students and their families jetted off for fall break trips, the Phoenix area’s second-largest airline suffered a system-wide breakdown. more
A popular virtual shooting range in Peoria’s P83 Entertainment District has closed. more
At least three home sales in Peoria eclipsed the $1 million mark in September. more
In an effort to support the community, Fired Pie has partnered with Special Olympics Arizona to fundraise money that will go towards the programming costs for engaging the organization’s … more
Abercrombie & Fitch and GXO Logistics, Inc’s 715,000-square-foot distribution center in north Goodyear, is expected to be fully operational by the end of the year, the logistics company … more
During the most recent public input process for the master plan of the Phoenix Biomedical Campus, the most common feedback was that people didn’t feel welcome on the campus, according to … more
Meet your neighbor, Brandon Hermansky, who is a co-owner of Pure Edibles, a father and an Arizona business man with a passion for food and wine. Hermansky and his brother Ryan, along with their … more
A few Surprise businesses will be required to have employees vaccinated from the COVID-19 virus or require those who don’t to submit two negative COVID tests each week. more
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