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PHOENIX — A coalition of labor unions and liberal political groups is hoping to get Arizona voters to rethink a 77-year old decision to make Arizona a “right to work” state. more
A piping manufacturer sued the city of Buckeye Thursday over allegedly violating its own development laws when they allowed "hazardous" PVC piping in a new development's water system installation. more
Thursday evening's sneak peek gave about 40 people the chance to see what one of Arizona's biggest and newest retail stores looks like.  Located on the northwest corner of the main Chandler … more
This week, the Chandler City Council approved some changes to a major contract. The city may pick up 20% of the cost of infrastructure at or near Intel’s expanding Ocotillo facility, with state … more
Local landlords and a multihousing association official spoke up at a recent meeting about Tempe’s proposed change to its anti-discrimination ordinance that would expand protections to sources of income, including federal and local housing vouchers. more
Phoenix was late to the game when it was breaking into the bioscience industry two decades ago, but now the city ranks as one of the fastest growing bioscience industries in the country. Phoenix … more

Longtime real estate redeveloper and philanthropist Michael Pollack is celebrating 50 years of redeveloping some of the Valley’s most landmark properties. more
Angie’s Lobster recently opened its sixth Valley drive-through  -- this time in south Chandler. The drive-through, fast-food seafood treat concept has opened its sixth Valley location … more
Housing is being offered in walkable areas to be more sustainable, offer improved standards of living and build community in less car-dependent neighborhoods. more
Family Development appears to have found the rare real estate plan that almost everybody in Surprise can agree to. more
PHOENIX — What would you buy for an extra $20 a week? A nice meal? A car mount for your phone? An extra four gallons of gasoline? That’s the choice that will be facing Arizonans at or near the bottom of the pay scale in January when the state’s minimum wage rises another 50 cents, to $14.35 an hour. more
The Goodyear City Council passed a development agreement with campaign-donating developers Monday, despite concerns about transparency and money interests. In an agenda item added to the consent … more
Crumbl Cookies opened a location in South Chandler on Sept. 13, in the Paseo Lindo Center, on the northeast corner of Arizona Avenue and Ocotillo Road. The address of the new shop, located … more

The Greater Phoenix retail market vacancy level hit an historic low 4.8% at the end of June, reflecting strong tenant demand, according to a report released by Colliers in Arizona. more
While the issue of big rigs parked, often overnight, in vacant fields, rights of way and in neighborhoods has become an acute issue in Surprise and other Valley hot spots. As a Maricopa Association of Governments study from late 2019 through early 2021 showed, more
Dania Blanco spends her days running a boutique salon in Gilbert dedicated to beautifying women.  It is a stark contrast from an ugly past. more
Asante Marketplace is filling in around the anchor tenant Fry’s Marketplace, and Phoenix-based developer Barclay Group is revealing drive-thru sites on its periphery. more
A fast casual fried chicken-and-egg restaurant called The Crack Shack is opening its first two Arizona locations in Phoenix and Scottsdale by next year. The Phoenix location, at 1902 E. … more
EōS Fitness has a new location in Phoenix. more
Steel + Spark has pivoted into an area that fits with its sustainability mission but is decidedly off brand — non-congregate housing for the homeless. more

There are a few more brick-and-mortar casinos cropping up in the Valley in what amounts to a mini-boom in building for the industry. No one knows, exactly, why it’s happening now. But a … more
James Falkenberg figured it was just a solicitor calling him one Friday afternoon when the phone rang at his Surprise Farms home. more
General Motors announced Wednesday it’s closing its Chandler IT Innovation Center at the end of October and will cut 940 salaried jobs, according to a Michigan media outlet. GM notified … more
PHOENIX — Gov. Katie Hobbs said Wednesday she is “concerned” about some of the effects on Arizona of a proposed merger of the state’s two largest grocery chains. more
The Hilton Garden Inn Chandler Downtown will be expanded. The Chandler City Council recently approved a development agreement between Spike Lawrence Ventures, LLC, allowing construction of a … more
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