Phoenix City Council Approves Paradise Valley Mall Redevelopment

Major changes are coming to Paradise Valley Mall as the Phoenix City Council approved a rezoning request that will redevelop and breathe new life into the mall that has been part of the northeast Phoenix community for decades. The approved mixed-use development includes retail shops, a grocery store, restaurants, high-rise multi-family housing with a maximum 120 feet in … [More]

New 199-Room European-Inspired Hotel Begins New Growth of Arizona Center

Arizona Center, a shopping, dining and entertainment destination in the heart of downtown Phoenix, prepares to welcome the new AC Hotel Phoenix Downtown, opening Feb. 18, 2021. The new AC Hotel Phoenix Downtown located off of 5th Street next to the APS building is the perfect blend of European style and Southwest charm. The purposeful design focuses on creating synergy with … [More]

WEBINAR – Feb 24: Prop. 207 – What Arizona Employers Need to Know about Recreational Marijuana

Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP

In November 2020, Arizona voters passed Prop. 207, which legalized the recreational use of marijuana for adults over age 21. This new law may impact employers’ current drug testing policies. Join labor and employment attorneys Melanie Pate and Laura Pasqualone for insights into the new law and its effect on employers and employees in Arizona. The one-hour session will … [More]

University of Phoenix to Host Webinar Series Exploring the 1619 Project and Its Influence on Diversity and Inclusion

University of Phoenix

University of Phoenix will host a webinar series to introduce the 1619 Project and its impact on equity in our society. The first in the series will be held Thurs., February 18, 2021 at 11 am MST. The 1619 Project is a long-form journalism project from the New York Times Magazine which focuses on the consequences of slavery and the contributions of Black Americans. The … [More]

ACA Celebrates 10 Years of Success with More Manufacturing Jobs and Startups Attracting Global Attention

Arizona Commerce Authority

Ten years ago, Arizona struggled under devastating job and revenue losses as one of the hardest-hit states by the Great Recession. Today, Arizona’s economy is diversified, with more jobs in manufacturing than construction, our startup ecosystem is attracting global attention, and our state is competing at the highest level for new jobs and expansions. This transformation did … [More]

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