Sunday, November 4, 2018

Apartments, offices and a Fry's: What's coming to downtown Phoenix

When a McDonald's opened in a vacant historic tower in downtown Phoenix during the mid-1990s, it was a big deal.


Downtown Phoenix's growing popularity is pricing out many residents

Downtown Phoenix's housing boom is blanketing the area with thousands of new apartments and condominiums.


Downtown Phoenix's rebirth has been decades in the making. Here's how they did it

More construction cranes now dot downtown Phoenix's skyline than ever.

The area's population is surging to record levels, as is the number of employers bringing new jobs to the core of the nation's fifth-largest city.


Thursday, October 18, 2018

FHA Lifts 2-Year Ban on Sun City Reverse Mortgages

After more than two years of waiting, residents at the Sun City retirement community in Arizona can once again open Home Equity Conversion Mortgages thanks to a new approval from the the Department of Housing and Urban Development.


Sunday, September 23, 2018

Phoenix's Relics antiques shop finds new life in consignment

For 15 years, Timothy Harris traveled all over Europe searching for unique and high-value antiques for Relics Architectural Home & Garden, the Phoenix shop Harris started with his longtime partner in life and business, Todd Zillweger.


Friday, September 14, 2018

Arizona Eviction Prevention Project would target eviction epidemic

The Arizona Department of Housing is considering a program that would offer financial and legal help to tenants facing eviction, marking the state's first significant steps toward addressing an eviction epidemic that exploded more than a decade ago.


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