Mother of a Metal

(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Resolution Copper) By Keridwen Cornelius | Phoenix Magazine It’s raining nearly 7,000 feet underground. The slick, sprayed concrete “rock” in this man-made cavern is striped with Mars-orange and alien-green algae. Calcification blooms into what look like bleached coral and barnacles clinging to the ceiling beams and emergency phone. More than a mile closer to the …

Wright home in Arcadia plans to develop school and attraction for 30,000 visitors

(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Peter Sperling in preserving the residential historical character of Arcadia.) By Brenna Goth | The Republic A Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home in Phoenix’s Arcadia neighborhood that has generated years of controversy will be donated to the Arizona Community Foundation for use by the architecture program at Taliesin West, its owner will announce today. Backers of …

Chamber: APEX will benefit Maricopa

Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents APEX Motor Sports By Maricopa Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors | InMaricopa The City of Maricopa Chamber of Commerce welcomes the APEX Motor Club to our great city, as it will bring significant economic benefits to our growing City. The Maricopa Chamber of Commerce, since 1990, is the strongest business organization in our great community …

Anti-APEX petitions filed at City Hall

Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents APEX Motor Sports By Raquel Hendrickson | InMaricopa A committee aiming to stop the construction of Apex Motor Club in Maricopa turned in more than twice the number of signatures needed for a referendum. The Maricopa Citizens Protecting Tax Payers Political Action Committee was granted its request to file its 86 petitions Friday, when City Hall …

Survey: Real estate businesses lacking in information security; they should proactively protect this information, says Lauren Reynolds, Rose Law Group litigation attorney who focuses on privacy and data breach issues

RISMedia Few real estate businesses have policies in place for handling confidential information—information about clients, namely—and even less understand legal requirements about housing and/or trashing sensitive information, according to a recently released survey. Per findings from the Shred-it Information Security Tracker Survey, conducted by Ipsos, 26 percent of real estate businesses have no formal procedure for managing personal information on …

$20M to help fund new Great Hearts charter school

(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Great Hearts Academies) By Rebekah L. Sanders | The Republic Great Hearts Academies, a charter-school network with roughly two dozen sites in Arizona and Texas, plans to open a new campus in Maryvale in 2018. The school, which will be located near 47th Avenue and Camelback Road, will grow to serve children in grades 3-12 …

[VIDEO] Apex Motor Club founder spells out plans in Maricopa

Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Apex Motor Club By Mawson Callejas | InMAricopa Private Motorsports Group President Jason Plotke sat down with InMaricopa to explain his organization’s plan to create APEX Motor Club in Maricopa. It is imagined as a private country club for sports car enthusiasts to bring and store their vehicles and drive them on a new track. …

​$30M, 280-acre car country club development moves forward

Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Apex Motor Club By Mike Sunnucks | Phoenix Business Journal Development plans for a country club for car collectors and enthusiasts have moved forward. The Maricopa City Council has approved plans for the $30 million APEX Motor Club in Pinal County. The APEX club south of Phoenix will include a four-mile race track and car …

Builders turn to inventory homes to meet demand for affordable, quick deliveries

(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Fulton Homes) For Tempe–based Fulton Homes spec building has always been roughly one-third of its sales. By Kayla Devon | Builder Magazine Levitt & Sons pioneered the mass production of single-family homes in the wake of World War II and rode the resulting wave of speculative development for decades after. Then it went bust in …

Everything old is renewed again as architects renovate historic buildings

By Graham Bosch | Cronkite News (Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Peter Sperling in his effort to preserve Arcadia as a residential community.) Old buildings have a story to tell. The story of Federal Pizza on Central Avenue, a restaurant that opened five years ago in a 1950s building, began with a surprise. When the restaurant’s construction team started to …