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JULY 28, 2017 – PHOENIX BUSINESS JOURNAL – A Scottsdale marketing agency is more than doubling its footprint with a new headquarters.

The James Agency, a public relations and marketing firm, announced plans to move into a new development at 64th Street and Thomas Road this fall, called The Quad.

The agency’s new space is roughly 9,000 square feet, more than twice the size of its current 3,903-square-foot space at 8100 E. Indian School Road, Suite 201.

The James Agency has recently expanded its team by 25 percent, and operational expenses will increase by 300 percent.

“In today’s fast-paced digital world, it’s necessary to be early adopters and have the ability to respond to market trends in real time,” said Veronique James, founder and CEO of The James Agency. “As an industry leader, TJA has increased our focus on digital by significantly adding to our interactive department and restructuring our client services format to include both traditional and digital account management teams.”

The two-story space at 6240 E. Thomas Road, Suite 200 will have interior design features curated by Private Label International and custom furniture solutions planned by WORKSpaces.

Geoff Turbow, partner at LevRose Commercial Real Estate, represented TJA and Bryan Taute and Charlie Von Arentschildt with CBRE’s Phoenix office negotiated the lease on behalf of the landlord, EverWest Real Estate Partners.

The James Agency will be one of the first tenants of the new development. – read more at bizjournals.com

Levrose Commercial Real Estate/TCN Worldwide has completed the sale of a Scottsdale office building at 5900 N. Granite Reef. Bonafina, LLC purchased the 12,964 square foot two-story Scottsdale office building from 5900 Granite Reef, LLC for $1,890,000.  Zak Kottler and Geoff Turbow of Levrose Commercial Real Estate facilitated the sale.

There’s no better place for a business than Scottsdale. Named “the most livable city,” It  is Arizona’s the sixth largest city with a 2010 population of 217,385, growing 7.2 percent from July 2000 to April 2010. Scottsdale is home to Scottsdale Fashion Square, a high-end retail mall that houses upscale stores and restaurants. But shopping isn’t the only fun adventure Scottsdale has to offer.

Old Town, the downtown of Scottsdale, is the best place to relax after a long day. Trendy restaurants and bars make Old Town a lively location to go to lunch with co-workers or have a cocktail after work.

Scottsdale is also growing its own arts scene. Several museums call the city home including the Scottsdale Museum for Contemporary Art. On Thursdays, the city hosts an ArtWalk for people to visit the Scottsdale Arts District and view the many galleries.

Other attractions include casinos and resorts like the Talking Stick Casino. If you want your business to be located in a city with a lot to offer from entertainment to relaxation, Scottsdale is the perfect place for retail and office space.

Scottsdale also offers outstanding opportunity in one of the most prestigious communities in the United States. The business community that exists here is remarkable. In fact, many corporate leaders who have visited here have also discovered a business community and a lifestyle that is ideal for a successful company.

Scottsdale’s economy is very diverse and incredibly entrepreneurial. Small and mid-size businesses have found great success and are on the cutting-edge of the latest technologies and products that shape our world and address the needs of today’s consumers.

Learn more about the Scottsdale market or Contact Us for more information about Scottsdale office space or Scottsdale retail space.

A Better Today Recovery Services, LLC has purchased a 21,672 square foot office building at 4801 E. McDowell Road in Phoenix, AZ. The two-story Phoenix office building sold for $1,450,000. Geoff Turbow and Zak Kottlerof Levrose Commercial Real Estate/TCN Worldwide facilitated the sale.

The City of Phoenix

Phoenix is the sixth largest city in the U.S. and is booming with entrepreneurial growth and success. The cost of living and doing business in the City of Phoenix is lower than any other major metropolitan area in the United States. The area contains excellent commercial real estate opportunities thanks to Phoenix’s vast attractions and quirks.

Downtown

Downtown Phoenix is the city’s urban core. Roosevelt Row is a growing arts district that attracts tourists and residents for Phoenix’s First Fridays, which allows people to view the art galleries in downtown for free. The Phoenix Suns and Arizona Diamondbacks both play nearby, attracting thousands of people for their games. Small businesses to large corporate hotels take advantage of the influx of people who come in for conferences and on vacation. Industrial real estate is in demand downtown.

Arcadia

This small, upscale neighborhood in the City of Phoenix is the perfect place to grow or start a business. In the area, the Arizona Biltmore with its array of shops and high-scale restaurants attract customers. The neighborhood also sees many small strip malls that house local businesses and mom and pop shops.

North Phoenix

North Phoenix borders the city of Scottsdale and shares similar amenities. Many strip malls have been built to accommodate people as the city of Phoenix grows. This area is home to several malls, medical facilities, etc. Also bordered by the growing city of Paradise Valley, North Phoenix is perfectly situated for any business.

Learn more about the Phoenix market or Contact Us for more information about Phoenix office space or Phoenix retail space.

Levrose Commercial Real Estate/TCN Worldwide has completed the sale of a Scottsdale office building at 5685 North Scottsdale Road. Jasper Property, LLC purchased the 10,949 square foot Scottsdale office building from Building E, LLC for $2,550,000.  Zak Kottler of Levrose Commercial Real Estate facilitated the sale.

The City of Scottsdale

There’s no better place for a business than Scottsdale. Named “the most livable city,” the City of Scottsdale is Arizona’s the sixth largest city with a 2010 population of 217,385, growing 7.2 percent from July 2000 to April 2010. Scottsdale is home to Scottsdale Fashion Square, a high-end retail mall that houses upscale stores and restaurants. But shopping isn’t the only fun adventure Scottsdale has to offer.

Old Town, the downtown of Scottsdale, is the best place to relax after a long day. Trendy restaurants and bars make Old Town a lively location to go to lunch with co-workers or have a cocktail after work.

Scottsdale is also growing its own arts scene. Several museums call the city home including the Scottsdale Museum for Contemporary Art. On Thursdays, the city hosts an ArtWalk for people to visit the Scottsdale Arts District and view the many galleries.

Other attractions include casinos and resorts like the Talking Stick Casino. If you want your business to be located in a city with a lot to offer from entertainment to relaxation, Scottsdale is the perfect place for retail and office space.

Scottsdale also offers outstanding opportunity in one of the most prestigious communities in the United States. The business community that exists here is remarkable. In fact, many corporate leaders who have visited here have also discovered a business community and a lifestyle that is ideal for a successful company.

Scottsdale’s economy is very diverse and incredibly entrepreneurial. Small and mid-size businesses have found great success and are on the cutting-edge of the latest technologies and products that shape our world and address the needs of today’s consumers.

Learn more about the Scottsdale market or Contact Us for more information about Scottsdale office space or Scottsdale retail space.

Levrose Commercial Real Estate/TCN Worldwide has completed the sale of a Scottsdale office building at 15757 N. 78th Street. Westpac Holdings, LLC purchased the 23,701 square foot high tech Scottsdale office building from 15757 N. 78th Street, LLC for $4,356,450.  Zak Kottler of Levrose Commercial Real Estate facilitated the sale.

The City of Scottsdale

There’s no better place for a business than Scottsdale. Named “the most livable city,” the City of Scottsdale is Arizona’s the sixth largest city with a 2010 population of 217,385, growing 7.2 percent from July 2000 to April 2010. Scottsdale is home to Scottsdale Fashion Square, a high-end retail mall that houses upscale stores and restaurants. But shopping isn’t the only fun adventure Scottsdale has to offer.

Old Town, the downtown of Scottsdale, is the best place to relax after a long day. Trendy restaurants and bars make Old Town a lively location to go to lunch with co-workers or have a cocktail after work.

Scottsdale is also growing its own arts scene. Several museums call the city home including the Scottsdale Museum for Contemporary Art. On Thursdays, the city hosts an ArtWalk for people to visit the Scottsdale Arts District and view the many galleries.

Other attractions include casinos and resorts like the Talking Stick Casino. If you want your business to be located in a city with a lot to offer from entertainment to relaxation, Scottsdale is the perfect place for retail and office space.

Scottsdale also offers outstanding opportunity in one of the most prestigious communities in the United States. The business community that exists here is remarkable. In fact, many corporate leaders who have visited here have also discovered a business community and a lifestyle that is ideal for a successful company.

Scottsdale’s economy is very diverse and incredibly entrepreneurial. Small and mid-size businesses have found great success and are on the cutting-edge of the latest technologies and products that shape our world and address the needs of today’s consumers.

Learn more about the Scottsdale market or Contact Us for more information about Scottsdale office space or Scottsdale retail space.

JUNE 28, 2017 – AZBIGMEDIA- Brokers from LevRose Commercial Real Estate closed the sale of Thunderbird Village in Peoria for $12.5 million.

Located at 7518 W. Thunderbird Road, the 82,099 square-foot building includes a 90 percent leased retail center.

California-based company, Deerwood Retail Opportunities AZ, LLC, purchased the property from CAZCO Asset Management Inc. The brokers for the buyer were Trent McCulloughMark Cassell and Greg Vanlerberghe of LevRose Commercial Real Estate and the brokers for the seller were Ryan Schubert and Michael Hackett of Cushman Wakefield.

“Trent, Mark and Greg found their client an outstanding property to purchase,” said Jon Rosenberg, managing partner and co-founder of LevRose. “It’s not always easy to find a property with the quality of tenants and occupancy that this investment currently has in place.”

Locally owned and serving the Valley since 1992, LevRose is affiliated with TCN Worldwide, a consortium of independent commercial real estate firms providing complete real estate solutions locally, nationally and internationally. – read more at azbigmedia.com

Levrose Commercial Real Estate/TCN Worldwide has completed the sale of a Peoria daycare facility at 20565 N. Fletcher Way in Peoria, AZ.  Pathfinder 308, LLC purchased the fully occupied Peoria daycare facility from KC Propco, LLC for $1,360,000. Matt Leonard of Levrose Commercial Real Estate represented the seller in the sale.

THE CITY OF PEORIA

This city that borders Phoenix was listed in Money Magazine’s “Top 100 places to live.” The City of Peoria has been growing as more people relocate to the Phoenix valley. Peoria offers many amenities including Spring Training games with the San Diego Padres and Seattle Mariners.

As the ninth largest city in Arizona, urban development is continually stressed. Peoria is trying to meet the demands of its growing population with the creation of a new freeway for industrial and mixed development use.

Peoria offers an abundance of activities for residents and visitors. Many hiking options exist along with Lake Pleasant, which is a popular oasis destination for outdoor adventures and relaxation.

Learn more about the Peoria market or Contact Us for more information about Peoria office space or Peoria retail space.

Levrose Commercial Real Estate/TCN Worldwide has completed the sale of a Scottsdale office building at 7520 E. 2nd Street. 7520 E. 2nd Street, LLC purchased the single-story Scottsdale office from Black Properties, LLC for $1,050,000.  Kelly O’Dea of Levrose Commercial Real Estate facilitated the sale.

The City of Scottsdale

There’s no better place for a business than Scottsdale. Named “the most livable city,” the City of Scottsdale is Arizona’s the sixth largest city with a 2010 population of 217,385, growing 7.2 percent from July 2000 to April 2010. Scottsdale is home to Scottsdale Fashion Square, a high-end retail mall that houses upscale stores and restaurants. But shopping isn’t the only fun adventure Scottsdale has to offer.

Old Town, the downtown of Scottsdale, is the best place to relax after a long day. Trendy restaurants and bars make Old Town a lively location to go to lunch with co-workers or have a cocktail after work.

Scottsdale is also growing its own arts scene. Several museums call the city home including the Scottsdale Museum for Contemporary Art. On Thursdays, the city hosts an ArtWalk for people to visit the Scottsdale Arts District and view the many galleries.

Other attractions include casinos and resorts like the Talking Stick Casino. If you want your business to be located in a city with a lot to offer from entertainment to relaxation, Scottsdale is the perfect place for retail and office space.

Scottsdale also offers outstanding opportunity in one of the most prestigious communities in the United States. The business community that exists here is remarkable. In fact, many corporate leaders who have visited here have also discovered a business community and a lifestyle that is ideal for a successful company.

Scottsdale’s economy is very diverse and incredibly entrepreneurial. Small and mid-size businesses have found great success and are on the cutting-edge of the latest technologies and products that shape our world and address the needs of today’s consumers.

Learn more about the Scottsdale market or Contact Us for more information about Scottsdale office space or Scottsdale retail space.

Levrose Commercial Real Estate/TCN Worldwide has completed the sale of a 6,980 square foot Scottsdale office building at 8110 East Cactus Road. Gateway Church Scottsdale, a local church purchased the office building for $985,000. The sale was facilitated by Zak Kottler.

There’s no better place for a business than Scottsdale. Named “the most livable city,” the City of Scottsdale is Arizona’s the sixth largest city with a 2010 population of 217,385, growing 7.2 percent from July 2000 to April 2010. Scottsdale is home to Scottsdale Fashion Square, a high-end retail mall that houses upscale stores and restaurants. But shopping isn’t the only fun adventure Scottsdale has to offer.

Old Town Scottsdale, the downtown of Scottsdale, is the best place to relax after a long day. Trendy restaurants and bars make Old Town a lively location to go to lunch with co-workers or have a cocktail after work.

Scottsdale is also growing its own arts scene. Several museums call the city home including the Scottsdale Museum for Contemporary Art. On Thursdays, the city hosts an ArtWalk for people to visit the Scottsdale Arts District and view the many galleries.

Other attractions include casinos and resorts like the Talking Stick Casino. If you want your business to be located in a city with a lot to offer from entertainment to relaxation, Scottsdale is the perfect place for retail and office space.

Scottsdale Office Space

Scottsdale offers outstanding opportunity in one of the most prestigious communities in the United States. The business community that exists here is remarkable. In fact, many corporate leaders who have visited here have also discovered a business community and a lifestyle that is ideal for a successful company.

Scottsdale’s economy is very diverse and incredibly entrepreneurial. Small and mid-size businesses have found great success and are on the cutting-edge of the latest technologies and products that shape our world and address the needs of today’s consumers.

Learn more about the Scottsdale market or Contact Us for more information about Scottsdale office space or Scottsdale retail space.

6 Turns, LLC purchased a Scottsdale medical office condo at 3271 N. Civic Center Plaza in Scottsdale, AZ. The 16,919 square foot medical office building in Old Town Scottsdale sold for $2,650,000. The seller was 3271 Civic Center, LLC. Kelly O’Dea of Levrose/TCN Worldwidefacilitated the sale.

The City of Scottsdale

There’s no better place for a business than Scottsdale. Named “the most livable city,” the City of Scottsdale is Arizona’s the sixth largest city with a 2010 population of 217,385, growing 7.2 percent from July 2000 to April 2010. Scottsdale is home to Scottsdale Fashion Square, a high-end retail mall that houses upscale stores and restaurants. But shopping isn’t the only fun adventure Scottsdale has to offer.

Old Town Scottsdale, the downtown of Scottsdale, is the best place to relax after a long day. Trendy restaurants and bars make Old Town a lively location to go to lunch with co-workers or have a cocktail after work.

Scottsdale is also growing its own arts scene. Several museums call the city home including the Scottsdale Museum for Contemporary Art. On Thursdays, the city hosts an ArtWalk for people to visit the Scottsdale Arts District and view the many galleries.

Other attractions include casinos and resorts like the Talking Stick Casino. If you want your business to be located in a city with a lot to offer from entertainment to relaxation, Scottsdale is the perfect place for retail and office space.

Learn more about the Scottsdale market or Contact Us for more information about Scottsdale office space or Scottsdale retail space.

The Levrose Retail Team has completed the sale of the 82,099 square foot Bashas’ anchored shopping center on the northwest corner of 75th Avenue and Thunderbird Road in Peoria. Deerwood Retail Opportunities AZ, LLC purchased the shopping center for $12,500,000. The Levrose Commercial Real Estate Retail Team, lead by Trent McCulloughGreg Vanlerberghe and Mark Cassell brokered the transaction.

The City of Peoria

This city that borders Phoenix was listed in Money Magazine’s “Top 100 places to live.” The City of Peoria has been growing as more people relocate to the Phoenix valley. Peoria offers many amenities including Spring Training games with the San Diego Padres and Seattle Mariners.

As the ninth largest city in Arizona, urban development is continually stressed. Peoria is trying to meet the demands of its growing population with the creation of a new freeway for industrial and mixed development use.

Peoria offers an abundance of activities for residents and visitors. Many hiking options exist along with Lake Pleasant, which is a popular oasis destination for outdoor adventures and relaxation.

The City of Peoria has steadily grown from a farming community into what is now the 9th largest city in the state of Arizona. Peoria is home to Lake Pleasant Regional Park, a large water recreation area housing campgrounds and offering a variety of fishing and boating activities. Another major recreational facility is the Peoria Sports Complex, which serves as the spring training site for both the Seattle Mariners and San Diego Padres. Built in 1994, the complex was the first Major League Baseball facility to be shared by two teams for spring training games and year-round player development. The City of Peoria is also home to the Challenger Space Center, a facility over 20,000 square feet in size, which offers simulated space missions and other educational experiences for school students, families, and interested individuals. Additional attractions that bring an abundance of people and revenue to Peoria include Canyon Raceway, Turf Soaring School, Peoria Historical Society Museum and Polar Ice Rink.

For more information about Peoria office space or Peoria retail space, please contact one of our friendly and knowledgeable real estate specialists.

One of the largest Arizona real estate and business schools in the nation as well as one of the oldest in Arizona, the Arizona School of Real Estate & Business, is moving from its iconic Scottsdale location to a 14,000-square-foot office space within Riverwalk at Talking Stick.

LevRose Commercial Real Estate, a leading Arizona-based commercial real estate brokerage and management company, recently announced the deal for the school’s new office space.

LevRose’s Keri Davies and Jon Rosenbergrepresented the tenant, Arizona School of Real Estate & Business, during the lease negotiations. Kurt Rosene of Novo Development represented the Riverwalk at Talking Stick’s landlord – The Alter Group.

“Although part of what made the Arizona School of Real Estate & Business iconic was its Scottsdale location, this move to a progressive new location marks a new era in its history,” said Jon Rosenberg, co-founder and managing partner of LevRose Commercial Real Estate. “The Arizona School of Real Estate & Business will enjoy upgraded and efficient space with highway visibility and ample parking.”

Riverwalk at Talking Stick is located at 7350 N. Dobson Road in Scottsdale, and is adjacent to Top Golf and just east of the Talking Stick Resort Casino.

The Arizona School of Real Estate & Business was founded in 1969. Since 1985, the Arizona School of Real Estate & Business has built up a large portion the real estate community in the Valley and evolved from a basic real estate school to becoming one of the first real estate institutions in Arizona to expand its education for the housing industry as a whole and related business sectors.

Fitting the school’s plans for future growth, the Riverwalk location will not only be a new, state-of-the-art facility for the school, but will also provide them with the much needed benefit of Loop-101 access, freeway signage, additional parking and common facilities, including a café, pharmacy and computer lab areas, to provide further benefits for the students as needed during breaks and in between classes. – read more at azbigmedia.com

Z6, LLC has purchased a 26,191 square foot Chandler industrial building at 261 N. Roosevelt Avenue for $1,975,000. Zak Kottler of Levrose/TCN Worldwide facilitated the sale. The seller was Coxreels Holdings, LLC.

THE CITY OF CHANDLER

Chandler receives more than 330 sunny day a year and offers an exceptional assortment of art and entertainment venues such as The Arizona Railway Museum, The Chandler Center for the Arts, The Chandler Museum and The Commemorative Air Force Museum

Chandler, deemed as an All-America City where entrepreneurial spirit and hometown traditions blend together, offers quality services, a diverse culture and an exciting history. Chandler is a beautiful, modern city in the heart of the Phoenix metropolitan area.

THE CHANDLER MARKET

The City of Chandler has Southern flare that attracts both residents and businesses. Originally founded as an agriculture town, Chandler was home to ranches and cowboys. Cotton, corn and alfalfa were the main commodities back in the day.

Chandler hasn’t lost all of its ranching charm but has certainly developed and expanded in the past two decades. It  is the fourth largest city in Arizona with a 2010 population of 236,123, growing 33.7 percent from July 2000 to April 2010. Chandler Fashion Square was added to meet shopping demands. The city has focused on arts development and opened the Chandler Center for the Arts downtown, which can seat more than 1,000 people. The Arizona Railway Museum is also a popular destination.

The city is one of the fastest growing areas in Arizona thanks to the many companies that have opened facilities there including Intel and Verizon Wireless. Retail and office space is abundant in the growing city.

Learn more about the Chandler Market or Contact Us for more information about Chandler office space.

A Sharp Investment, LLC has purchased a 2,400 square foot office building at 2729 N. 7th Street in Phoenix, AZ. The 7th Street office building sold for $408,000. Matt Leonard of Levrose Commercial Real Estate/TCN Worldwide facilitated the sale.

The City of Phoenix

Phoenix is the sixth largest city in the U.S. and is booming with entrepreneurial growth and success. The cost of living and doing business in the City of Phoenix is lower than any other major metropolitan area in the United States. The area contains excellent commercial real estate opportunities thanks to Phoenix’s vast attractions and quirks.

Downtown

Downtown Phoenix is the city’s urban core. Roosevelt Row is a growing arts district that attracts tourists and residents for Phoenix’s First Fridays, which allows people to view the art galleries in downtown for free. The Phoenix Suns and Arizona Diamondbacks both play nearby, attracting thousands of people for their games. Small businesses to large corporate hotels take advantage of the influx of people who come in for conferences and on vacation. Industrial real estate is in demand downtown.

Arcadia

This small, upscale neighborhood in the City of Phoenix is the perfect place to grow or start a business. In the area, the Arizona Biltmore with its array of shops and high-scale restaurants attract customers. The neighborhood also sees many small strip malls that house local businesses and mom and pop shops.

North Phoenix

North Phoenix borders the city of Scottsdale and shares similar amenities. Many strip malls have been built to accommodate people as the city of Phoenix grows. This area is home to several malls, medical facilities, etc. Also bordered by the growing city of Paradise Valley, North Phoenix is perfectly situated for any business.

Learn more about the Phoenix market or Contact Us for more information about Phoenix office space or Phoenix retail space.

A behavioral health services group has leased 20,653 square feet of Phoenix office space at West 101 Business Center at 1840 N. 95th Avenue in Phoenix, AZ. The lease was facilitated by Michael Waxman of Levrose Commercial Real Estate.

THE PHOENIX MARKET

Phoenix is the sixth largest city in the U.S. and is booming with entrepreneurial growth and success. The cost of living and doing business in Phoenix is lower than any other major metropolitan area in the United States. The area contains excellent commercial real estate opportunities thanks to Phoenix’s vast attractions and quirks.

Downtown

Downtown Phoenix is the city’s urban core. Roosevelt Row is a growing arts district that attracts tourists and residents for Phoenix’s First Fridays, which allows people to view the art galleries in downtown for free. The Phoenix Suns and Arizona Diamondbacks both play nearby, attracting thousands of people for their games. Small businesses to large corporate hotels take advantage of the influx of people who come in for conferences and on vacation. Industrial real estate is in demand downtown.

Arcadia

This small, upscale neighborhood in Phoenix is the perfect place to grow or start a business. In the area, the Arizona Biltmore with its array of shops and high-scale restaurants attract customers. The neighborhood also sees many small strip malls that house local businesses and mom and pop shops.

North Phoenix

North Phoenix borders the city of Scottsdale and shares similar amenities. Many strip malls have been built to accommodate people as the city of Phoenix grows. This area is home to several malls, medical facilities, etc. Also bordered by the growing city of Paradise Valley, North Phoenix is perfectly situated for any business.

Learn more about the Phoenix market or Contact Us for more information about Phoenix office space or Phoenix retail space.

Zachar Properties, LLC has purchased a 8,500 square foot office building at 514 E. Rose Lane in Phoenix, AZ. The two-story office building in the City of Phoenix sold for $840,000. Zak Kottler of Levrose Commercial Real Estate/TCN Worldwidefacilitated the sale.

The City of Phoenix

Phoenix is the sixth largest city in the U.S. and is booming with entrepreneurial growth and success. The cost of living and doing business in the City of Phoenix is lower than any other major metropolitan area in the United States. The area contains excellent commercial real estate opportunities thanks to Phoenix’s vast attractions and quirks.

Downtown

Downtown Phoenix is the city’s urban core. Roosevelt Row is a growing arts district that attracts tourists and residents for Phoenix’s First Fridays, which allows people to view the art galleries in downtown for free. The Phoenix Suns and Arizona Diamondbacks both play nearby, attracting thousands of people for their games. Small businesses to large corporate hotels take advantage of the influx of people who come in for conferences and on vacation. Industrial real estate is in demand downtown.

Arcadia

This small, upscale neighborhood in the City of Phoenix is the perfect place to grow or start a business. In the area, the Arizona Biltmore with its array of shops and high-scale restaurants attract customers. The neighborhood also sees many small strip malls that house local businesses and mom and pop shops.

North Phoenix

North Phoenix borders the city of Scottsdale and shares similar amenities. Many strip malls have been built to accommodate people as the city of Phoenix grows. This area is home to several malls, medical facilities, etc. Also bordered by the growing city of Paradise Valley, North Phoenix is perfectly situated for any business.

Learn more about the Phoenix market or Contact Us for more information about Phoenix office space or Phoenix retail space.

Craftsman Court, LLC has purchased ±2,085 square foot office freestanding retail building at 4200 N. Craftsman Court in Scottsdale, AZ for $640,000. The seller was BTT Properties, LLC. Geoff Turbow of Levrose Commercial Real Estate/TCN Worldwide facilitated the sale.

The City of Scottsdale

There’s no better place for a business than Scottsdale. Named “the most livable city,” It  is Arizona’s the sixth largest city with a 2010 population of 217,385, growing 7.2 percent from July 2000 to April 2010. Scottsdale is home to Scottsdale Fashion Square, a high-end retail mall that houses upscale stores and restaurants. But shopping isn’t the only fun adventure Scottsdale has to offer.

Old Town Scottsdale, the downtown of Scottsdale, is the best place to relax after a long day. Trendy restaurants and bars make Old Town a lively location to go to lunch with co-workers or have a cocktail after work.

Scottsdale is also growing its own arts scene. Several museums call the city home including the Scottsdale Museum for Contemporary Art. On Thursdays, the city hosts an ArtWalk for people to visit the Scottsdale Arts District and view the many galleries.

Other attractions include casinos and resorts like the Talking Stick Casino. If you want your business to be located in a city with a lot to offer from entertainment to relaxation, Scottsdale is the perfect place for retail and office space.

Levrose Commercial Real Estate/TCN Worldwide has completed the sale of four Scottsdale office buildings. 70th Street Business Center, LLC bought the single-story office buildings 2922-2928 N. 70th Street in Scottsdale, AZ for $950,000. The seller was TM Properties, LLC. Geoff Turbow of Levrose Commercial Real Estate facilitated the sale.

There’s no better place for a business than Scottsdale. Named “the most livable city,” It  is Arizona’s the sixth largest city with a 2010 population of 217,385, growing 7.2 percent from July 2000 to April 2010. Scottsdale is home to Scottsdale Fashion Square, a high-end retail mall that houses upscale stores and restaurants. But shopping isn’t the only fun adventure Scottsdale has to offer.

Old Town, the downtown of Scottsdale, is the best place to relax after a long day. Trendy restaurants and bars make Old Town a lively location to go to lunch with co-workers or have a cocktail after work.

Scottsdale is also growing its own arts scene. Several museums call the city home including the Scottsdale Museum for Contemporary Art. On Thursdays, the city hosts an ArtWalk for people to visit the Scottsdale Arts District and view the many galleries.

Other attractions include casinos and resorts like the Talking Stick Casino. If you want your business to be located in a city with a lot to offer from entertainment to relaxation, Scottsdale is the perfect place for retail and office space.

Scottsdale also offers outstanding opportunity in one of the most prestigious communities in the United States. The business community that exists here is remarkable. In fact, many corporate leaders who have visited here have also discovered a business community and a lifestyle that is ideal for a successful company.

Scottsdale’s economy is very diverse and incredibly entrepreneurial. Small and mid-size businesses have found great success and are on the cutting-edge of the latest technologies and products that shape our world and address the needs of today’s consumers.

Learn more about the Scottsdale market or Contact Us for more information about Scottsdale office space or Scottsdale retail space.

Levrose Commercial Real Estate/TCN Worldwide has completed the sale of a 2,720 square foot Scottsdale office space in McDowell Mountain Business Park at 9376 E. Bahia Drive. The single-story Scottsdale office condo for $462,400. The sale was facilitated by Zak Kottler. The buyer is Robinson Properties, LLC.

The City of Scottsdale

There’s no better place for a business than Scottsdale. Named “the most livable city,” It  is Arizona’s the sixth largest city with a 2010 population of 217,385, growing 7.2 percent from July 2000 to April 2010. Scottsdale is home to Scottsdale Fashion Square, a high-end retail mall that houses upscale stores and restaurants. But shopping isn’t the only fun adventure Scottsdale has to offer.

Old Town Scottsdale, the downtown of Scottsdale, is the best place to relax after a long day. Trendy restaurants and bars make Old Town a lively location to go to lunch with co-workers or have a cocktail after work.

Scottsdale is also growing its own arts scene. Several museums call the city home including the Scottsdale Museum for Contemporary Art. On Thursdays, the city hosts an ArtWalk for people to visit the Scottsdale Arts District and view the many galleries.

Other attractions include casinos and resorts like the Talking Stick Casino. If you want your business to be located in a city with a lot to offer from entertainment to relaxation, Scottsdale is the perfect place for retail and office space.

Learn more about the market or Contact Us for more information about Scottsdale office space or Scottsdale retail space.

MKZ, LLC has purchased a 6,088 square foot Tempe office building at 1415 E. Guadalupe Road for $519,000. Jon Rosenberg and Keri Davies of Levrose/TCN Worldwide facilitated the sale of this single-story Tempe office building.

A blossoming business will find the City of Tempethe perfect location for development.  Tempe is Arizona’s eighth largest city and is home to more than 161,000 residents.  Home to one of the largest universities in the country (Arizona State), more than 60,000 students take advantage of all the shopping and eating opportunities.

Tempe is an active city from its P.F. Chang’s marathon to Tempe Town Lake, there are many options for people to work out and get outside. If you’re looking for fun, Tempe’s Mill Avenue offers several bars and restaurants for patrons to enjoy a relaxing happy hour. Gammage, Arizona State University’s concert hall, also draws visitors for its productions that come from all over America including off Broadway tours of popular shows like “Evita.”

Tempe is an excellent location for retail space thanks to its large population and amenities.

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