Leading Scottsdale Day & Night Club to Temporarily Close in Response to COVID-19 Spike

(SCOTTSDALE) —The Maya Day & Night Club in Downtown Scottsdale has announced that it will be closed from at least June 26th through the July 4th Holiday weekend in order to respond appropriately to the recent increase in COVID 19 diagnoses in Maricopa County. “The team at Maya Day & Night Club has been strenuously enforcing the protocols set by the CDC, the State of Arizona, and the City … Read More

Mercedes-Benz of Scottsdale Launches New Charity Initiative to Help Those Harmed by the Pandemic

(SCOTTSDALE) — During these unprecedented times, Mercedes-Benz of Scottsdale is proud to announce a new charitable initiative that will help Valley charities during this difficult time. D.R.I.V.E, which stands for Donations for Recovery & Investment that are Very Essential, will kick off a year-long campaign focusing on supporting and highlighting local causes. The initiative is a continuation of Mercedes-Benz of … Read More

Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty Introduces Arizona’s Most Stunning Modern Properties

(SCOTTSDALE) — Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty, Arizona’s luxury real estate leader, is pleased to present high-end properties across the Valley that offer uniquely contemporary homes incorporating state-of-the art smart technology, floor to ceiling glass walls and distinctive concrete architecture.  The homes offer spectacular views and unique designs that embody and enhance the surrounding landscape. With a focus on using … Read More

Masks Mandatory in Scottsdale as COVID Cases Rise

By Recker McDowell — Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane has issued an emergency proclamation requiring masks or other face coverings be worn in public places, restaurants, bars, fitness centers and stores to help curtail the rise in COVID-19 cases. Businesses that serve the public will also have to require employees to wear masks. There are exemptions for children under 6 years … Read More

See The Top States Sending Buyers To Arizona As Cullum Homes Opens On-Site Sales Office

(NORTH SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.)  Scottsdale based and National Custom Home Builder of the Year, Cullum Homes is pleased to announce that the building process has begun on several move-in-ready homes and the new model home that will showcase the Cullum’s greatest collection of golf estates located in The Village at Seven Desert Mountain. To accommodate interested buyers, a new on-site sales … Read More

Iconic Arizona Estate Goes Up for Auction

(SEDONA, Ariz.) Located just outside of Sedona, in the town of Jerome, 300 Upper Bell Road—known as The Little Daisy—will auction online this month via Concierge Auctions in cooperation with Luxury Agent Donna Chesler of Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty. Previously offered for $5.9 million, the property will sell with No Reserve to the highest bidder. Bidding will be held June 26-30 via Concierge Auctions’ online marketplace, ConciergeAuctions.com, allowing … Read More

Treat Dad to the Ultimate Full Throttle Experience this Father’s Day at the Valley’s Only Private Motor Sports Club – APEX Motor Club

(MARICOPA) Treat Dad to full-throttle excitement this Father’s Day and make him a Member for a Day at APEX Motor Club, a membership only motorsports club right here in The Valley of the Sun. The 2.27-mile private race track is just 20 minutes south of the I-10/Maricopa Road interchange. The facility includes a clubhouse, 2.3-mile premium asphalt race track, vehicle storage, off-road … Read More

Most Significant Private Art Investment in Scottsdale History: Redevelopment Plans Would Mature And Evolve Scottsdale’s Entertainment District When Economy Needs Investments, Jobs

(SCOTTSDALE) — A redevelopment proposal would mature and take Scottsdale’s Entertainment District to a more sophisticated level when the community and local economy need it most, according to the owner of some 30 properties in the area.  The Scottsdale Collective will help diversify the city’s economy with needed investments and new jobs while COVID-19 continues to decimate the tourism industry. … Read More