Monthly Archives: July 2018

By Roland Murphy for Arizona Builder’s Exchange Under a plan and proposal submitted to the City of Scottsdale in late June, Mark-Taylor is requesting an amendment to approve four lots on a 10-acre site at Hayden Road and Princess Drive for development of a 522-unit multifamily community and separate single-family residence development. The space is […]

By Jane Stewart for Arizona Builder’s Exchange A new office/industrial building is being proposed in Gilbert at the NEC of Guadalupe Road and Colorado Street in Gilbert. The Applicant/Architect, Deutsch Architecture Group, put the project before the Town’s Planning Commission for input on June 6. “Staff has recently completed the first review of the project […]

By Adrienne St. Clair for Arizona Builder’s Exchange Quyp Development Services, LLC has submitted a rezoning application to the City of Mesa to build a mixed-use development on 13 acres at the NWC of Crismon Road and US 60 in Mesa. The development, called Quyp at Crismon and US 60, will potentially include a hotel, […]

Sales Transactions 1. Tucson-based HSL Properties has purchased two local multifamily, garden-style properties, Casas Lindas Apartment Homes and Springhill Apartment Homes, for $37.43M from California-based MG Properties. The deal closed on June 28. 2. EverWest Real Estate Investors, in partnership with CenterSquare Investment Management, has completed the sale of The Madison, a Class A office […]

By Roland Murphy for Arizona Builder’s Exchange Capitalizing on the increase of popularity in the shooting sports over the last decade, owner C2 Tactical and developer Venn Companies are seeking approval for a new C2 tactical indoor shooting range near the intersection of Ray and Sossaman roads in Mesa. The three-story, 33KSF facility will be […]

By Adrienne St. Clair for Arizona Builder’s Exchange Cives Steel Company has submitted a plan to the City of El Mirage to build a steel manufacturing facility as part of the CenterPoint Logistics Park, which as a whole consists of 317 acres at the SWC of Peoria Avenue and Dysart Road. The new manufacturing facility, […]

Giving Back 1. Sundt Construction, Inc. donated its time and skills over the last month to construct an outdoor activity rink east of the Boys & Girls Club of Tucson on Grant Rd. The Sundt team partnered with Hardrock Concrete, Concord Construction, CEMEX, Sunstate Equipment, Harvey’s Trucking, and Penhall to clear an underutilized sports field […]

Groundbreakings 1. About three months after completing the first phase of improvements to the interchange of Interstate 19 and Ajo Way in Tucson, Arizona Department of Transportation crews have begun the second half of the project. Work on water and sewer lines to clear the way for the project started this week. The $32M project […]

By Roland Murphy for Arizona Builder’s Exchange Late last week President Donald Trump issued an executive order intended to advance opportunities in education, training and program transparency for American workers. The order establishes the National Council for the American Worker and the American Workforce Policy Advisory Board, which are tasked with solving, “the new challenges […]

By Adrienne St. Clair and Roland Murphy for Arizona Builder’s Exchange EJM Development Co. is requesting a zoning change from the City of Scottsdale to build a mixed-use development that will be specifically designed and curated to help revitalize South Scottsdale. The plan, which will feature 3- and 4-story buildings, consists of a 267-unit apartment […]