Anti-arena group drops referendum on Phoenix Suns arena funding

Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents the Phoenix Suns By Jessica Boehm | Arizona Republic An attempt to send the controversial $230 million Phoenix Suns arena renovation deal to the voters is dead, The Arizona Republic confirmed Tuesday. The Phoenix City Council approved the deal, which will keep the Suns in downtown Phoenix through at least 2037, in late January. But a group calling itself Common …

[OPINION] Are public votes DOA on the Phoenix Suns arena deal? And is that a bad thing?

Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents the Phoenix Suns Opinion: Some folks hope Common Sense Phoenix’s measures make it to the ballot. I’m not one of them. By Abe Kwok | Arizona Republic Are the two referenda to force a public vote on the Phoenix Suns arena renovation deal DOA? And is that a bad thing? (Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussions purposes only.)  On …

Mysterious group collecting signatures to attempt to derail Arena renovations

Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents the Phoenix Suns By Mike Sunnucks | Sports Business Journal A Phoenix group wants to take the $230M deal to renovate Talking Stick Resort Arena to voters. The effort aims to delay or undo the agreement approved by the City Council Wednesday. The group, Common Sense Phoenix, filed paperwork on Friday for two potential ballot measures …

Loss of Talking Stick Resort Arena would leave ‘a giant hole’ downtown, hearing told

Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents the Phoenix Suns  Importance of community events stressed By Rose Law Group staff About 30 people attended the third community meeting Tuesday about the renovation of Phoenix-owned Talking Stick Resort Arena (TSRA), with 10 testifying in favor and three against. The same speakers who spoke against the project at the past two community meetings spoke …

The Stewart nears completion in Downtown Phoenix

  Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Aspirant Development AZBigMedia Scottsdale-based Aspirant Development, a leading residential and commercial real estate developer in the Phoenix metropolitan market, announces construction has nearly been completed on The Stewart, a 19-story, 312-unit luxury apartment building in downtown Phoenix. The property will begin pre-leasing in the fall of 2018 and is expected to open its doors …

The Dealmakers/Falling in love with the right home

People have been moving this year—literally. By Jordan Rose, president and founder of Rose Law Group, and Jim Belfiore, president and founder of Belfiore Real Estate Consulting | East Valley Tribune More Arizonians have purchased homes this year than during any year since 2007. Phoenix and its suburbs, alone, will have recorded nearly 100,000 resale home transactions and another 23,000 …