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The Chabad Jewish Center in Gilbert will have its annual Menorah lighting event at SanTan Village on Dec. 17.
The concrete structure called Elevation Chandler was intended to be a luxury hotel and would have provided the Chandler Fashion Center located next door a steady stream of consumers. It now sits vacant and exposed on an empty dirt plot and serves as a stark juxtaposition to the prosperous shopping center.
Teens of all ages are invited to attend Teen Maze, an interactive game of choices and consequences at Fiesta Mall in Mesa on Feb. 28 and March 1.
SanTan Village shopping center in Gilbert will host Back-to-School Bonanzas 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday, Aug. 16, and 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Aug. 17.
Kismet and Karma chase each other back and forth in their “penthouse.” The kitten and puppy stop to play with a two-legged visitor, then their game begins anew.
A flurry of projects around Mesa’s Fiesta Mall are expected to begin within a year and have the potential to reverse the fortunes of an area that’s been stagnant or declining for years.
As par tof its 2011-12 School Cents program, Superstition Springs Center in Mesa donated $11,250 to 14 local schools.
Chandler Fashion Center is in the midst of a mini-makeover as dozens of retailers are remodeling, moving to larger spaces or making their first appearance at the mall.
Shoppers at Phoenix area malls may start seeing dogs and cats of all ages and breeds inside the windows of pet stores, and rescue groups say it's a great thing.
NEW YORK — Holiday shoppers gave retailers a happy Thanksgiving weekend, crowding stores and malls more than last year.
The owner of Chandler Fashion Center has sold a nearly 50 percent share of the property to a Chicago-based real estate investment management firm.
East Valley mall owners are in a tough position. The days of freewheeling consumerism are gone. Shoppers are dodging high-end department stores, in favor of marked-down discount shops. As a result, mall vacancy rates spiked. Many retail chains shuttered stores or fell into bankruptcy, leaving mall owners without rent and looking to fill empty retail space.
MILWAUKEE - The clock is winding down on what could be one of the worst holiday shopping seasons in decades and recession-hit shoppers are finally starting to feel some pressure to spend.
Shoppers who like to eye and buy priceless jewelry and pricey jeans will soon have something to cheer about despite the retail woes besetting shopping centers around the Valley and around the country.
Family-owned Ganem Jewelers opened a second store at the Shops at Chauncey Ranch, the Whole Foods-anchored shopping center on the southwest corner of Scottsdale Road and Mayo Boulevard.
Mesa could soon be home to Arizona’s largest resort and conference center, a project being billed as the steppingstone to greater things coming its way in the future.
Tourism leaders from around the Valley and the state showed up to hear about Nashville, Tenn.-based Gaylord Entertainment’s plans to build Arizona’s biggest resort and conference center atop an east Mesa car test track.
It's been touted as the next big hope for Mesa and the south East Valley. Now, part of the 5,000-acre General Motors Desert Proving Ground, owned by Scottsdale-based DMB Associates, is set to be turned into a destination resort with a major conference center, a retail project and a high-end golf course.
The who's-who of Scottsdale developers, activists, former elected officials and simply retired political observers appear on the latest campaign finance reports released last week.
Despite a room packed with retail developers and commercial real estate brokers, only Macerich Co. CEO Art Coppola bid Wednesday on 112 acres of state-owned land in northeast Phoenix northwest of Loop 101 and Scottsdale Road.
The north East Valley has become a battleground for retail developers trying to land the priciest shop names. And the competition for Carolina Herrera or Coach can get fierce.
A 112-acre chunk of state-owned land in the north East Valley, west of Scottsdale Road and north of Loop 101, could be a battleground for retail heavyweights after all.
Developers of the tony CityNorth development near the north Scottsdale-Phoenix border announced they will host the state’s first-ever Bloomingdale’s department store.
Builders of CityNorth, a 144-acre shopping, retail, residential and office center near the north Scottsdale border, plan to announce a new major retail store today. And if months of speculation are any indication, it's likely the center will host the state's first Bloomingdale's.