Condor Airlines Returning to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ After a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport looks forward to welcoming Condor Airlines back to Phoenix. Beginning May 21, Condor Airlines will resume its nonstop Phoenix-Frankfurt flight. The service will operate two days a week from May through … [More]

BWH Hotel Group Names Rob Pohl President of International Operations

BWH Hotel Group announced today that it has promoted Ron Pohl to serve as the company's President of International Operations and President of WorldHotels. Pohl joined the organization in 2007 and previously served as Senior Vice President and Chief Operations Officer. In his new role, Pohl will be responsible for further strengthening the organization's presence around the … [More]

Phoenix Adds Nearly 90,000 Jobs in February Year-Over-Year Numbers

by Eric Jay Toll

Most hires took positions in the food and beverage industry sector reflecting seasonal hiring, increased tourism and more new restaurants opening this year than last February. Nearly 21,000 new positions were filled in the sector. Retail hiring was also strong with almost 15,000 new hires compared to last year. Professional, technical and scientific positions placed … [More]

Chandler Pavilions Shows Retail Resilience during Pandemic

Evergreen Devco, Inc., a leading retail, multifamily and industrial development company, announced that its Chandler Pavilions, a 163,594 square-foot high-traffic shopping center in Chandler, Arizona is 100% leased with multiple new tenant openings and one anchor tenant expansion. Sportsman’s Warehouse, Lean Feast and Mountain Mike’s Pizza join a complementary mix of … [More]

Condo Prices Jump to Record High as Buyers Seek Relative Affordability, Says Report


The typical U.S. condo sold for a record $319,000 in February, according to a new report from Redfin, the technology-powered real estate brokerage. That’s up 14.6% from a year earlier and 22.7% from two years earlier, just before the pandemic began. Condos are in demand partly because they’re a comparatively affordable option amid skyrocketing home prices and rising mortgage … [More]

Are To-Go Alcohol Sales Still Boosting Bottom Lines for Business?

by Brianna Pacelli

After two years of fewer diners and lost revenue, the permanent ability to still sell liquor to-go is helping restaurants rebound from the COVID closures. The nationwide lockdown in March 2020 forced many restaurants to temporarily close, alter business plans or shut down entirely. As pandemic uncertainty grew, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey signed an executive order allowing the … [More]

DE-CIX Phoenix Is Now Live

DE-CIX, the world’s leading Internet Exchange (IX) operator and home to the largest carrier and data center neutral interconnection ecosystem on the planet, is pleased to announce its fifth North American market, DE-CIX Phoenix, is now live. DE-CIX North America’s multi-service interconnection platform now offers connectivity from the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Midwest, and … [More]

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