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Phoenix City Council unanimously approved a development deal Wednesday with the group planning to redevelop the former Metrocenter mall, giving the greenlight for the developer to close on the … more
A little more than a year after the development agreement for the ambitious project known as Stadium Point was approved by city council, the developer is requesting changes from the initial plan. more
Tanger Outlets in Glendale is expanding to the tune of at least four new restaurants. more
As Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport works to restore full concessions service to the airport, it will open its newest concourse next month with only bare-bones concessions. The first … more
As Metrocenter mall prepares to start its redevelopment later this year, so do many of the properties near it. A medical office building northwest of the former mall is being redeveloped into … more
A City Council vote Tuesday would green-light a new subdivision with 80 residential homes in Glendale. more

The team hoping to develop a new Coyotes arena and accompanying mixed-use entertainment district in Tempe called a study by Phoenix Aviation inaccurate last week. The study claimed the development … more
Youngtown House Apartments, a 64-unit multifamily property near 111th and Peoria avenues, in Youngtown, recently sold for $10 million, according to commercial real estate brokerage firm Marcus & Millichap. more
While Scottsdale never approved the parcel bounded by Indian School Road on the north, east First Avenue on the south and west Marshall Way on the east as a parking lot, it became an informal one. more
A new retail center named The Shops at Lake Pleasant is in the works at Happy Valley Road and Lake Pleasant Parkway and the developer has begun the process of bringing tenants to the 26-acre property. more
In a rare turn of events, the Peoria Planning and Zoning commission denied the rezoning of a proposal that could have brought 76 single family homes on 18.4 acres to the southwest corner of Thunderbird Road and 67th Avenue. more
Opendoor, a leading digital platform for residential real estate, is doubling down on its commitment to Arizona, opening a 100,807-square-foot space in Tempe to serve as the company’s regional hub. The space is the company’s largest office, supporting over 500 jobs.  more
Companies need to rethink their business models to become more profitable and become more environmentally sustainable in order to help fix crimps and kinks in the global supply chain, according to … more

Valley residents know that Tempe-based Carvana on Tuesday announced it was laying off approximately 2,500 employees. What remains unclear is what impact this move will have, or not have, on its upcoming Glendale location. more
At least three Peoria home sales eclipsed the $1 million mark in April. more
The JCPenney at Paradise Valley mall will close and be added to the mixed-use redevelopment of the site. Updated plans also include adding two heavily shaded pedestrian walkways crisscrossing the … more
Following a U.S. Department of Labor investigation that found a Peoria landscaping company and its owner used illegal pay practices, lied to investigators and intimidated workers, a consent judgment has been entered in federal court to recover back wages and damages for employees and hold the employer accountable, according to a news release. more
Despite a 12% dip in overall bets placed in the month of February, the Arizona Department of Gaming is reporting just over $491 million in total bets placed translating to $600,000 for coffers at the … more
If you are looking to buy a home in Peoria, you should continue to expect to pay a pretty penny for a little while. more
Houses continue to fill the desert north of the intersection of 163rd and Grand avenues in Surprise, but the next batch of development will not fill a gap, instead creating one. more

Friday is payday for some, and others are planning their weekend. Either way, filling up the car’s gas tank is likely in the cards. more
First it was the Queen Creek Town Council and now it’s the Pinal County Board of Supervisors’ turn. A handful of residents went before the supervisors’ meeting on Wednesday April … more
What once went by the name Crystal Lagoon Resort, the newly rechristened VAI Resort has almost doubled in size to soon become the largest hotel in Arizona. more
Yama Sushi & Asian Cuisine is expecting to open a new Peoria location of the restaurant in June. more
A self-serve car wash that has been sitting shuttered for years in Old Town Peoria is about to be razed. more
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