Mesa Transforming Into Destination for Asian Food

At the Arizona Progress & Gazette we tend to focus on our little slices of heaven, Scottsdale and Paradise Valley. But when great things are happening anywhere in the Valley, we feel as though it is worth recognizing. While we bring Phoenix and Tempe into the conversation from time to time, one city that we don’t normally recognize but is … Read More

Arizona’s Attainable Housing Leader, Greenlight Communities, Hits Major Milestone Completing Its 4,000 Unit to Date and Closes 2023 With 6 Communities Under Construction Including Further Expansion into Southern Arizona

Arizona’s attainable housing leader, Greenlight Communities, is proud to close out 2023 with several major milestone, including 4 completed and 6 new attainable rental communities currently under construction across the state, further expansion into Southern Arizona and additional future plans to expand into Peoria and Surprise. Founded in 2018, Greenlight Communities was the first company in Arizona to focus solely on building privately-funded attainable rental housing. To date, the … Read More

Join Arizona’s Premier Master-Planned Community For ‘A Very Merry’ Eastmark This December

Tour Model Homes and Celebrate the Holidays with Festive Events    Eastmark, Arizona’s premier master-planned community, is gearing up for a day full of holiday festivities this December. Residents are invited to join in the merriment of the season to create lasting memories. First is the annual Jingle Jog on Saturday, December 16th, from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the Eastmark Great Park where participants dress in their holiday … Read More

Fall In Love with a New Home at the Eastmark’s Fall Home Tour Saturday, October 7th from 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Tour Model Homes From 7 Different Builders Plus Enjoy the Return of the First Friday Concert Series on October 6th at 7:00 p.m. Eastmark, Arizona’s premier master-planned community, is thrilled to announce a weekend of excitement and community spirit with its highly anticipated Fall Home Tour and the return of the First Friday Concert Series. Kickstarting the weekend of festivities, … Read More

Mesa Gets It, Why Doesn’t Scottsdale?

Regular readers of this blog have no doubt read about our disappointment over the lack of vision and forward-thinking regarding development. One frequent example that we have lamented about is the difficulty that the Ironwood 92 project has encountered as it attempts to make its way through the approval process. A fantastic project that has the unanimous support of the businesses … Read More