Patrick Hayes Architecture to Relocate!

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Congratulations to Patrick Hayes Architecture, Inc., on their upcoming relocation to 3900 E. Camelback Rd., Ste. 170 in October. Established in 1999 by Patrick C. Hayes,AIA, LEED AP, PHArchitecture provides design services for master planning, office, medical, industrial, retail, tenant improvements, high technology, and RePurpose markets.

Fromm, Smith and Gadow, P.C. moves to 4742 N 24th Street

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We were fortunate to represent Fromm Smith & Gadow, PC in their upcoming short move to a new suite in the Camelback Commons at 4742 N. 24th St., Ste. 460 in November. Their attorneys have more than 70 years of combined experience representing people in family law matters, with their firm being AV Rated, the […]

Arizona’s Water–A Quick Overview/Status

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As I speak to out-of-state users, owners, and investors, one of the most popular topics I get to discuss is water. The general feeling by out-of-state people is that Arizona is a desert and we are running out of water. Not true. Below is a great summary written by the local paper, The Arizona Republic, that covers the top 5 reasons […]

Lotzar Law Firm moves to the Scottsdale Fashion Square offices

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We were fortunate to represent Lotzar Law Firm, P.C., in their office relocation to the Scottsdale Fashion Square office building at 7150 E. Camelback Rd., Suite 455. Charles W. Lotzar founded Lotzar Law Firm, P.C., in 2005, serving clients throughout the U.S. with sound ideas and the ability to approach projects from a business perspective. […]

Market Knowledge: Phoenix Office Report Q2 2014

The Phoenix office market continues to slowly improve. Too slow for my taste, but improvement is always good. Unless you are in Tempe, Chandler or Scottsdale, the market is not improving as fast as owners and investors would like. Lee & Associates Arizona released its second quarter Office Market Update in July and showed that […]

Government’s Empty Buildings Are Costing Taxpayers Billions


Here is an interesting idea: a database of buildings you own and whether or not they are occupied. Seem simple? Turns out, not for the federal government. Estimates show they may own up to 77,000 buildings that are empty or not fully utilized. The cost to keep them amounts to more than $1.7 Billion per […]

Top Ten Issues Affecting Real Estate

One of the most thoughtful organizations in commercial real estate is The Counselors of Real Estate. I have been a long time member and find their membership and work output to be outstanding. In June, we published our top 10 issues affecting real estate. Below is that list. My favorite topic over the past six […]