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The New Space Race: How the coworking sector is helping Valley entrepreneurs and disrupting real estate

Phoenix Business Journal

When Co+Hoots first opened in downtown Phoenix in 2010, it was the first and only coworking space for four years. Since then, local and national coworking chains have taken advantage of the lower cost of real estate and ever-growing business needs for entrepreneurs.

Source: Commercial News

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Arizona's apartment industry generates $3.8B in annual economic output

Phoenix Business Journal

Since 2012, the number of apartment building permits has grown steadily — while rents are moving higher.

Source: Residential News

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Watermark Tempe signs high-profile company as first office tenant

Phoenix Business Journal

The tenant has leased floors 10 and 11 of the Class A mixed use development being built on the north shore of Tempe Town Lake.

Source: Commercial News

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Valley industrial demand to stay strong in 2019, says expert

Phoenix Business Journal

Vacancies for industrial properties in the Valley reached the lowest end-year rate since 2005.

Source: Commercial News

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Phoenix becoming a pricier place to live

Phoenix Business Journal

Home prices and rents rising in tandem strains the Valley’s long-held affordability factor.

Source: Residential News

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PBJ Suites: The Brokery's office designed as community gathering place

Phoenix Business Journal

The founders of the Brokery pride themselves in hyperlocal real estate service, and designed their office building to be a community amenity. Check out a photo gallery inside of the property, and watch a video tour featuring the founders.

Source: Commercial News

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Roosevelt Row's largest office building to become creative mixed-use project

Phoenix Business Journal

True North Studio has acquired the building and plans to have major renovations completed this year for new office and food and beverage tenants.

Source: Commercial News

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SEC investigation spurs Phoenix homebuilder to pay $15.3M for directors, officers insurance

Phoenix Business Journal

Homebuilder experiences softening in home order rates beyond typical seasonal slowdown usually expected during winter months.

Source: Residential News

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Job growth to fuel Phoenix economy in 2019, report says

Phoenix Business Journal

Phoenix had the second-largest percentage of job growth in the U.S. in 2018 according to CBRE research.

Source: Commercial News

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Custom builder lists Paradise Valley home for $4M, prepares to build another

Phoenix Business Journal

After buying three adjacent homes and razing them one by one, this independent developer is nearly ready to begin construction on the final one.

Source: Residential News

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