New Public Artwork at Scottsdale Waterfront

A new public artwork has joined the Scottsdale Public Art Permanent Collection to liven up a local attraction. Scottsdale Public Art worked with artist Annette Coleman to design and install mosaic artwork enhancements at the splash pad near Marshall Way Bridge at the Scottsdale Waterfront. The splash pad is a user-activated, low-water-use, plaza-style splash pad … [More]

New Exhibit Uses Virtual Reality to Highlight Climate and Environmental Justice

Arizona Heritage Center’s first exhibit with virtual reality, Climates of Inequality: Stories of Environmental Justice, opens July 12 in Tempe and will run through early December.   Valley residents are on the front-lines of discussion related to the historically low water levels on the Colorado River Watershed. This interactive exhibit investigates how this critical water … [More]

Why Businesses That Embrace Diversity Will Have An Edge In Tough Economic Times

As economists fret about a looming recession, business leaders who vowed to make diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) a priority this year may be tempted to put those efforts on hold while they focus on business fundamentals. But that would be a mistake, because DEI isn’t just a feel-good initiative; it’s a significant contributor to business success, says Dr. Nika White, … [More]

Single-Family Build-to-Rent Properties Expanding in a Number of Markets

Northmarq, a capital markets leader, released its Single-Family Build-to-Rent Properties report. The special report highlights how the market continues to gain momentum, with the pace of deliveries and construction starts accelerating, and operating performance at existing properties strengthening. More capital is flowing into single-family build-to-rent properties. During … [More]

Intel Arizona’s Water Funded Projects Achieve Net Positive Water Use

Intel announced this week that their operations in the United States, Costa Rica, and India are officially net positive on water use, meaning Intel restores more freshwater than they take in. In Arizona, fifteen Intel-funded projects helped restore 890 million gallons to the watershed in 2021. In Arizona, an Intel-funded project incentivized farmers near the Verde River to … [More]

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