Apex one step closer despite anonymous opposition group

Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Apex Motor Club inMaricopa.com The Maricopa City Council voted Tuesday to permit a motorsports complex to move forward with the planning of a proposed private racetrack in Maricopa. The conditional use permit, filed by Scottsdale-based Private Motorsports Group, was unanimously approved by the council after a sizable group of both residents and nonresidents offered their …

Developing on tribal land: benefits and challenges developers face; Jordan Rose, president and founder of Rose Law Group comments

By Jesse A. Millard | AZRE Recently, the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community has been garnering a lot of development buzz. While developing on tribal lands can be a complex process, developers are taking on the challenges in order to take advantage of other perks associated with building on tribal lands like various tax benefits. New projects in the Talking …

Jordan Rose, Founder and President of Rose Law Group, panelist at upcoming Federation Ladies First: Rising to the C-Level on Feb. 9

Scottsdale Independent The Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix hosts the third event in its Ladies First: Jewish Women Leading the Way series, featuring a panel of Valley women. The event, Rising to the C-Level, will b e 6 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 9, at the Ina Levine Jewish Community Campus, 12701 N. Scottsdale Road. The evening features women who have …

Jordan Rose and Court Rich from Rose Law Group moderate real estate all-star panels at Belfiore Real Estate Market Watch

By David McGlothlin | AZBigMedia Heading into 2017, housing market experts share cautious optimism about the future of Arizona’s residential market, which they discussed in front of a sellout crowd of nearly 700 people at the eighth annual AZ Dealmakers event today. The theme for this year’s event — put on by Belfiore Real Estate Consulting, Rose Law Group and various sponsors — …

Rose Law Group Founder, CEO Jordan Rose and Mark Killian, director, Arizona Department of Agriculture, discuss Saudi-Arabian farming in La Paz County on ‘Horizon’

(Note: Rose Law Group represents Fondomonte Arizona.) By Arizona Horizon | Arizona PBS One hundred miles west of Phoenix, a Saudi-Arabian owned farming operation grows hay year-round in the desert. It’s an issue examined by Arizona State University students in a documentary called “Camels Don’t Fly, Deserts Don’t Bloom,” which explores the issue of Saudi-Arabian farming in La Paz County and …

10 neighborhoods, submarkets around greater Phoenix on the rise or rebounding; Jordan Rose, Rose Law Group Land Use/Zoning Attorney quoted by the Phoenix Business Journal

By Mike Sunnucks | Phoenix Business Journal We all know Arcadia, Roosevelt Row, Tempe’s Mill Avenue and Old Town Scottsdale have been hot spots for real estate from infill and apartments to offices and restaurants. Our panel of executives and industry experts at our Sept. 1 commercial real estate round table offered some expected and unexpected submarkets that could be …