Is It Really The Death of The Retail Real Estate Market?

Is It Really The Death of The Retail Real Estate Market? Managing Partner and Co-Founder Jon Rosenberg made a guest appearance on Ken McElroys Real Estate Strategies Podcast. Together they have an open discussion on the commercial real estate market, where it is headed, and what can be expected in the future.   You can […]

Sean Lieb Joins LevRose CRE

SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ. (April 25, 2022) – LevRose Commercial Real Estate is proud to announce retail expert Sean Lieb. Sean comes from a legacy of real estate entrepreneurs in the Valley, and has joined the firm as Senior Vice President. Lieb brings 10 years of industry experience to LevRose after stints at SRS and Cushman & […]

Women Leading In Scottsdale

5 local women discuss their experiences as female leaders in their industry, challenges they face, and how to overcome them. On the panel were: Anna Sepic: Vice President at LevRose Commercial Real Estate, Lawdan Shojaee: former CEO of AxoSoft, Jennifer Schrader: President, COO & Co-founder of Caliber Companies, Katie Perry: Executive Vice President and Incoming […]

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Top Deals of 2021 by LevRose CRE Professionals Show a Diverse Mix of Assets, Total Almost $70M

SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA – The Metro Phoenix commercial real estate market remained vibrant in 2021 for LevRose CRE professionals, whose top 5 sales deals alone fetched more than $69 million. “We were not only excited to see a diverse mix of our top sales and leases (office, retail, industrial and land), but we were thrilled to […]

LevRose CRE Spotlights Its Top 5 Deals of 2021

The Metro Phoenix commercial real estate market remained vibrant in 2021 for LevRose CRE professionals, whose top 5 sales deals alone fetched more than $69 million. “We were not only excited to see a diverse mix of our top sales and leases (office, retail, industrial and land), but we were thrilled to have so many different teams […]

Senior Living, Apartment Complex Among Next Planned In North Scottsdale Cavasson Project

A residential health care facility and a 400-unit apartment complex are among the next planned developments at Cavasson, the master-planned development in north Scottsdale. Vi at Cavasson will include a four-story main building several other buildings with villas and amenities, according to documents submitted to the city of Scottsdale. The plans call for the facility […]

Planning Panel to Consider Entertainment District Plan

A proposed redevelopment of much of downtown Scottsdale’s Entertainment District will go before the city’s Planning Commission on Tuesday, Oct. 27. The Scottsdale Collection would replace a handful of bars, clubs and office space with 580,000 square feet of commercial space, hundreds of apartments and hotel rooms and buildings as tall as 150 feet. The […]

Grocery distributor taps Goodyear for warehouse center opening soon

ARTICLE BY KTAR.COM PHOENIX – One of the biggest suppliers of natural and organic foods in North America said it will open a distribution center in Goodyear with nearly 300 jobs available before the end of October. KeHe Distributors, a wholesaler to more than 30,000 stores and other retailers in the United States and beyond, […]

Commercial Real Estate Grows in Arizona Despite Hits From COVID-19 Pandemic

PHOENIX- The COVID-19 pandemic sent a majority of the workforce home and out of the office, but that doesn’t mean commercial real estate in Arizona took a hit. “The perceptions of a negative market are pretty over-exaggerated at this point,” Jon Rosenberg, co-founder of LevRose Commercial Real Estate, told KTAR News 92.3 FM. He adds that […]

Glendale Seeks To Annex 36 Acres For Mixed-Use Project With Commercial, Residential

  The city of Glendale is seeking to annex another 36 acres of land next to the Loop 303 for a proposed industrial, commercial and residential development. The site plans call for a mixed-use project on the southeast corner of Northern Avenue and Cotton Lane and could include three buildings totaling about 345,000 square feet […]

Facebook To Kick Off $800M Phoenix-Area Project

The facility is envisioned as a sustainable showcase, using 100 percent renewable energy.   Facebook plans to expand its data center footprint to the state of Arizona with the opening of an $800 million project in the Phoenix area. The Facebook Mesa Data Center is expected to span approximately 960,000 square feet in Mesa and […]

1.5 Million-Square-Foot Industrial Project Proposed for 100 Acres in Mesa

A proposed industrial project in Mesa would cover more than 100 acres and cost up to $150 million, if the project is approved by Mesa City Council.   The AirPark 202 project would consist of six buildings, totaling 1.5 million square feet of new “high-quality” industrial space. It is being proposed on the southeast corner of Warner […]

Jon Rosenberg: Co-founder of Scottsdale Based LevRose Commercial Real Estate

Shop Talk with Chief Walther – a City of Scottsdale Podcast (guest Jon Rosenberg) Our very own Jon Rosenberg joined Police Chief Jeff Walther for Shop Talk Episode 2. This City of Scottsdale podcast is now available for listening on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and Amazon Podcasts. Special Guest: Jon Rosenberg, co-founder of LevRose Commercial […]

LevRose Commercial Real Estate/TCN Worldwide facilitates the sale of Glendale Northwest Shopping Centre for $6.6MM from seller Triumph Real Estate Investment Fund I

  August 12, 2021 (Glendale, AZ) –  LevRose Commercial Real Estate is pleased to announce the sale of a Metro Phoenix shopping center “Triumph Glendale Northwest” for $6,600,000.00 in August 2021. This 16,706 sf retail center was originally purchased in 2018 by Triumph Real Estate Investment Fund I (Triumph), a Canadian investment fund based in […]

How Return-to-Commuting Could Affect Return-to-Office — and Larger Office Market

Returning to office this fall — at least part of the time — for many employees will also mean a return to commuting.   Productivity has been a central topic in the ongoing remote work versus in-office debate. Proponents of a remote-first workplace say not having to drive or take a train for 30 minutes, […]

Arizona Coyotes’ vision: Create a ‘Deer District’ around proposed Tempe arena

  The Valley’s National Hockey League franchise has been in search of a long-term arena solution for more than half a decade. That fix may finally be in focus. The city of Tempe wants a professional sports team to develop 46 acres of city-owned land that is currently a solid waste compost yard into a […]

Economic diversification drives Phoenix metro economy

  Economic recovery is well underway. Employment in Phoenix metro is 75% recovered, with some industries surpassing pre-pandemic highs. Optimistic expectations from the Greater Phoenix Economic Council place full employment recovery in the third quarter of 2021. Employment is picking up faster than expected, with labor shortages being the largest hurdle to reaching pre-pandemic employment. […]

Old Town Remains King

  All eyes remain on Old Town as a prime employment and redevelopment area in Scottsdale, even as other parts of the city, including the Scottsdale Airpark and the McDowell Road Corridor, emerge as heavy-hitters for attracting new development. Stockdale Capital Partners, led by Managing Principal Shawn Yari, has spent years buying up property in Old […]

Single-tenant retail draws increased investor interest in Phoenix

  Despite a drop in overall commercial real estate investment volume in the Valley from the first quarter of 2020 to the first quarter of 2021, investment in net-leased assets increased 2.6% in the time period. Net-lease properties are generally leased to one tenant, with the tenant paying taxes, insurance and maintenance on the property, […]

Here’s why Scottsdale and Tempe are experiencing a development boom

  While the COVID-19 pandemic may have curbed progress for a lot of businesses in the East Valley, construction showed no signs of slowing down. Massive multifamily housing communities, expansive business campuses, eye-catching mixed-use towers and luxury hotels are transforming the region’s skyline, and nowhere is that more evident than in Phoenix’s suburban neighborhoods of […]

Greater Expectations: New Economic Opportunity in Arizona – Appraising our prospects as we emerge from the pandemic

  There is tremendous opportunity in Greater Phoenix to grow business and continue diversifying our economic and employment base that will bring opportunity for our residents and move our innovation-centered economy forward. Supporting this assessment, Chris Camacho, president and CEO of Greater Phoenix Economic Council, says, “To meet the increasing demand, buildings continue to go vertical […]

2.7 million-square-foot office and industrial park proposed near Phoenix Goodyear Airport

  A massive office and warehouse park, called Airpark Logistic Center, planned near the Phoenix Goodyear Airport could begin rising this fall. The project will include five buildings along Yuma Road and Bullard Avenue in Goodyear totaling 2.7 million square feet on 170 acres, according to plans submitted to the city of Goodyear. The buildings, […]

Economic development officials hope Suns’ success helps lure more companies to Phoenix

  The success and likability of Chris Paul, Devin Booker and the rest of the Phoenix Suns could help lure companies to open offices in the region — if not move their entire headquarters to Phoenix. Well, that is what economic development officials are hoping as millions of people tune in to watch the Suns play in the […]

Construction begins on Phoenix redevelopment that includes Sam Fox hotel

  Construction is underway on the Grove, a 15-acre development that includes Sam Fox’s first hotel, Global Ambassador, along with the Phoenix Suns and Phoenix Mercury practice facility and will yield another 180,000 square feet of Class AA office space. Demolition on the site, located at 44th Street and Camelback, has been completed, along with initial site […]

Investor buys 12 acres in Goodyear that could hold future commercial development

  An Arizona investor, who also recently opened the first dermatology practice in Buckeye, bought 12 acres of land in Goodyear that could be a good site for commercial development. “What’s attractive about this site is that the land around it is in escrow with homebuilders,” Anita Verma-Lallian, principal of Arizona Land Consulting, who worked with the […]

Why Industrial Remains Healthy for These Four Markets

The sectors in Austin Seattle, Phoenix and Miami may be running at different temperatures, but the fundamentals suggest they’re not overheating.     Strong demand is likely to fill millions of square feet of industrial space now under construction, according to “Industrial Trends in Austin, Seattle, Phoenix and Miami,” a new report by CommercialEdge, a research and marketing […]

Hospital groups partner to build freestanding pediatric hospital in Glendale

  Phoenix Children’s is going big in the West Valley. On the heels of investing $33.5 million to build a freestanding emergency department in Avondale, the pediatric hospital system is investing another $134.7 million to build a 3-story hospital in Glendale. The 180,000-square-foot hospital and 45,000-square-foot multispecialty clinic will be built on the north side of […]

8 Metro Phoenix data center developments to watch

  Metro Phoenix data center development continues to surge, particularly in Goodyear, which is quickly becoming a technology hot spot. And the growth doesn’t appear to be slowing. Last year, Amazon bought 91 acres of land in Goodyear for $19.85 million, with talk of building a data center to help with its exploding Arizona presence. […]

Here are the trends shaping senior living development

  America is aging. According to the U.S. Census Bureau’s National Population Projections, in the next few decades, 1 in every 5 residents will be older than age 65, a number that’s projected to outpace those younger than 18 for the first time in history. “There are 10,000 people turning 65 every day in our […]