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Phoenix takes big step toward Scottsdale-style canals, but residents wonder

Phoenix takes big step toward Scottsdale-style canals, but residents wonder

This article originally appeared in AZCentral. Picture a canal. Scottsdale has the waterfront, Venice romantic gondolas. Amsterdam is synonymous with canals. In Bruges, they made a movie that featured them.

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Today’s Innovation Was Last Year’s Future With Jason Morris & Adam Baugh

Today’s Innovation Was Last Year’s Future With Jason Morris & Adam Baugh

Lawyers you say? Yes indeed… but not just any lawyers, we are talking land use, planning / zoning, real estate and government affairs. Look at it this way, they are

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Phoenix City Council approves more than 1,600 apartment units in midtown

Phoenix City Council approves more than 1,600 apartment units in midtown

This article originally appeared in the Phoenix Business Journal. Phoenix City Council has unanimously approved the development of more than 1,600 housing units. At a Sept. 6 meeting, Council approved

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AZRE Forum experts: Here’s what to watch in commercial real estate

AZRE Forum experts: Here’s what to watch in commercial real estate

This article originally published on AZ Big Media. On Aug. 3, commercial real estate leaders gathered for the 9th annual AZRE Forum to share their thoughts for a mid-year industry

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Big Changes Ahead for Phoenix Multi

Big Changes Ahead for Phoenix Multi

In an effort to increase housing supply and improve affordability, the City of Phoenix plans new changes to its #zoning code. The first involves #ADUs (Accessory Dwelling Units). Phoenix recently

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5 ways watching land use and zoning shows us where we’ll be in 2 years

5 ways watching land use and zoning shows us where we’ll be in 2 years

This article originally published in AZRE and AZ Big Media. If you’re looking for a crystal ball to look into the future of real estate development, taking a deep look

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Water Headlines Have Consequences

Water Headlines Have Consequences

by Adam Baugh and Alex Hayes of Withey Morris Baugh In Arizona, dealing with water scarcity is a way of life. Through feats of engineering, political deal making, and forward-thinking policies, the State has fostered

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Residential community approved in North Phoenix

Residential community approved in North Phoenix

This article originally appeared in The Foothills Focus. The City of Phoenix Planning Commission approved a 114-acre residential community located on the most northerly piece of property in Phoenix for

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Groundwater availability in Arizona will limit development in the Phoenix area

Groundwater availability in Arizona will limit development in the Phoenix area

This story originally appeared on NPR’s “All Things Considered.”   Arizona is limiting development in the Phoenix metro area due to a lack of groundwater. But the development party isn’t

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