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Scottsdale marketing agency moving to new HQ, doubling footprint

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 Continue Reading

Peoria Daycare Facility Sells for $1.36M

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 Continue Reading

Scottsdale Medical Office Building Sells for $2.65M

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 Worldwide facilitated the sale. The City of Scottsdale There’s no better place for a business Continue Reading

7th Street Office Building Sells in Phoenix

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 Continue Reading

Scottsdale Office Buildings Sell for $950,000

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 Continue Reading

Tempe Office Building Sells for $519,000

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 Tempe the perfect location for development.  Tempe is Arizona’s eighth largest city and is home to Continue Reading

Scottsdale Office Building Sells for $1.555M

5900 Granite Reef, LLC has purchased a 12,964 square foot Scottsdale office building at 5900 N. Granite Reef. The two-story Scottsdale office building sold for $1,555,000. Geoff Turbow of Levrose Commercial Real Estate facilitated the sale. The seller was Park Plaza, LLC. ABOUT OLD TOWN SCOTTSDALE There’s no better place for a business than Scottsdale. Named Continue Reading

Fox Restaurant Concepts Expands Corporate Headquarters

MARCH 22, 2017 – AZBIGMEDIA – Since 2012, Sam Fox’s corporate headquarters for Fox Restaurant Concepts has sat above The Henry, one of his signature restaurants, in a multi-tenant office complex called The Park located at 4455 E. Camelback Road in Phoenix. Recently, Fox announced the expansion of their corporate offices at The Park. Fox Continue Reading

Behavioral Health Services Group Leases Phoenix Office Space

  Southwest Network, Inc., a behavioral health services group, has leased 18,000 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 Continue Reading

The Commercial Real Estate Advantage

FEB-MARCH 2017 – THINK REALTY MAGAZINE – BY MICHAEL WAXMAN HERE ARE FIVE REASONS WHY COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE IS A SOUND INVESTMENT TO DIVERSIFY YOUR INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO. Whatever your investment strategy, diversification offers some safety and security, so if one sector goes down, the other sectors—in theory—are less affected. There are opportunities for the short-term Continue Reading