The Glendale Chamber of Commerce recently formed an education committee to help create dialog around developing a required skill set as employers continue to struggle in their quest for qualified employees.
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Kristen Childers, store manager at Fry’s Food Stores in Glendale, has been recognized as one of 2021’s “Top Women in Grocery” by Progressive Grocer magazine, a national food retailer publication.
Maryland-based Realterm Logistics acquired a 75,000-square-foot warehouse at 10950 W. Northview Avenue in Glendale. The building sits on 6.4 acres and has a combination of 14 dock-high and ground-level doors.
St. Louis-based US Capital Development began construction on Falcon Park 303, a new industrial development project in the 303 Loop corridor.
A medical office building on the Tempe St. Luke’s Hospital campus is seeing significant new leasing activity after key improvements were made to the property
Glendale Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Robert W. Heidt Jr. has been selected by the Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives to participate in a leadership development opportunity with nine other chamber of commerce professionals from throughout the United States.
Marcus & Millichap, a commercial real estate brokerage firm, helped arrange the sale of 2.44 acres of land in Glendale for $550,000, according to Ryan Sarbinoff, regional manager of the firm’s Phoenix office.
For the fifth consecutive year, Delta Dental of Arizona earned the Healthy Arizona Worksites Program Gold Award for its implementation of evidence-based health initiatives to improve the well-being of its employees, employees’ families and communities.
The Arizona Coyotes Foundation, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona and Sharecare are launching a small business spotlight that will highlight five Arizona-based small businesses during the 2021-22 NHL season.
San Diego-based Tower 16 Capital Partners has acquired a two-property multifamily portfolio consisting of 332 units in the Valley for $55 million.
Freedom Financial Funds recently closed a bridge loan for $8.78 million to fund the acquisition and repositioning of an 81,000-square-foot neighborhood shopping center in Glendale.
The Black Box, a quarterly subscription service that provides a direct path to Black-owned business, has partnered with EPIX for the launch of the second season of “Godfather of Harlem,” which premiered April 18.
Daum Commercial Real Estate Services recently directed the acquisition of a 9,500-square-foot industrial property in Glendale on behalf of the buyer, American Roofing & Waterproofing.
Glendale’s Glencroft Center for Modern Aging, the largest senior living campus in Arizona, is looking to immediately fill positions at an on-site job fair Thursday, April 22.
Wyatt Orr grew up collecting model trains with his dad more than 40 years ago, and he continued the tradition with his young son, Weston.
Menke Funeral & Cremation Center has been accepted for membership in the Order of the Golden Rule, a trade association representing hundreds of independently owned and operated funeral homes around the world.
The family-owned and -operated business Community Tire Pros & Auto Repair is celebrating its 30th year in business, and CEO Howard Fleischmann is doing so by donating to a local animal shelter.
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Spencer’s TV & Appliance will move its headquarters to the Akimel Gateway project at the southwest corner of the Loop 202 and 40th Street in January.
Whitney Bromberg Hawkings was working for fashion designer Tom Ford when she became frustrated with the cost and inconsistency of the flowers she was buying and sending.
The first month of 2021 saw 293 MLS listing sales close in Glendale and 289 in Peoria. Today there are 117 active and available listings (not counting properties already under contract or pending close of escrow) in MLS in Glendale and 103 in Peoria. That’s 40% of one month’s inventory in Gl…
Allan Allford, president and CEO of Delta Dental of Arizona, plans to retire by Dec. 31, after more than 11 years leading the state’s top dental insurance company and more than 43 years in the health care and private sectors.
Glendale’s Delta Dental of Arizona, through its foundation, selected 30 nonprofits across the state as recipients of grants and dental supplies to improve the oral health of Arizonans.
Delta Dental of Arizona has partnered with Neighborhood Outreach Access to Health (NOAH) and HonorHealth Foundation to fund expert emergency dental treatment at NOAH for uninsured patients who visit HonorHealth emergency departments.
Nava Singam has been in the restaurant business for most of his life. But when he purchased the Macayo’s Mexican Food brand two years ago, he continued the chain’s love affair with the Valley.
The young adults who participate in Western Maricopa Education Center’s partnership with Project SEARCH, a program empowering adults with disabilities to learn valuable marketable skills in the workplace, leave with the ability to find competitive work opportunities upon completion.
Hoping to provide peace of mind for hospitalized COVID-19 patients, those suffering at home and their families, Sands Chevrolet/Kia is providing free sanitization services.
Are you thinking about a new home in 2021? Anyone trying to purchase a home right now will tell you that even as prices and interest rates continue to rise, you need to move quickly in this market. But don’t think you have to revise your resolutions just yet; just be prepared.
The Small Business Association, in consultation with the U.S. Treasury Department, opened phase 2 of the Paycheck Protection Program loan portal Jan. 11.
Last year was monumental, to say the least. Life as we once knew it became a thing of the past for individuals and businesses alike. As countless businesses struggled to adjust to the unforeseen challenges presented by the pandemic, the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), part of the CARES Ac…