Incredible Modern Mediterranean Luxury Estate Equipped With Its Own Skating Rink in Scottsdale’s Silverleaf Offered for Lease at $30,000 per Month

(SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.) – Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty, Arizona’s leader in luxury real estate, is best known for selling luxury bespoke properties, but also fulfills the needs of discerning clientele who instead choose to lease. With this in mind, it is proud to announce that this incredible estate in the exclusive Arcadia at Silverleaf neighborhood is up for lease at … Read More

The Scottsdale State of the City Address: What Can We Glean From Mayor Ortega?

Any political observer is well accustomed to State of the Union addresses from presidents, and many observers are also aware of State of the State addresses from governors. But we also recently had a State of the City address from Scottsdale Mayor David Ortega, and since it is the first such address since the most recent city council elections, this … Read More

The Giving Back Fund Announces J.J. Watt to Co-Host Big Game Big Give Saturday, February 11th, 2023 at Private Paradise Valley Estate

The Renowned, Star-Studded Party Will Honor NBA Hall of Famer Dikembe Mutombo and Feature Special Performance by Singer-Songwriter Gavin DeGraw, and Additional Announcements Coming in the Next Few Weeks The Giving Back Fund is proud to announce recently retired NFL Star J.J. Watt, the man considered to be one of the greatest defensive linemen of all time and the 2017 … Read More

Scottsdale City Council Swearing-In Remarks: What We Learned

The Scottsdale City Council held its inauguration and swearing-in event last week, with two members (Kathy Littlefield and Solange Whitehead) being re-elected to a second term and one (Barry Graham) being new to the council dais. Each of the members was given an opportunity to speak, and as such gave an opportunity to peer in and speculate as to how … Read More

Laws Only Matter with Enforcement: STRs are Skirting the Rules in Scottsdale

The fight for reasonable regulation of short-term rentals (STRs) has seemed to ebb and flow. First the state squashed local control, and then after serious backlash they relented some. While cities and towns started to implement regulations, the Arizona League of Cities and Towns seemed to side with the STR industry (you can follow the entire back and forth here). … Read More

Thank You 2022!

We wanted to take a moment to give our thanks to you, our readers, and let you know just how productive of a year it was for our growth. Last year nearly 82,000 people visited arizonaprogressgazette.com with views topping 269,000. Over 1,526 hours were cumulatively spent reading our content and unlike some sites that puff up their numbers with cheap … Read More