Downtown Scottsdale developments seek to revitalize area while change threatens Western charm

Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Spring Creek Development By Caroline Yu | Scottsdale Independent With the recent increase of developments in downtown Scottsdale, the area risks losing its iconic Western charm. Developments in small towns, like Scottsdale, can be a controversial topic. People either love them or hate them. Downtown Scottsdale has seen an increase in developments with the addition of …

Massive Southbridge II project moves forward in Scottsdale

Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Springcreek Development and Southbridge 2.0 By Lorraine Longhi | Arizona Republic Scottsdale’s Southbridge II, a massive project that would bring more than 1 million square feet of hotel, office and retail space, is expected to break ground in summer 2021. The project, in part, would revitalize and better connect the boutique shops of Fifth Avenue to the …

Scottsdale planning commission to review waterfront mixed-use development

Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Spring Creek Development Project would involve office, residential and hotel components By Corina Vanek | Phoenix Business Journal The Scottsdale Planning Commission will discuss a proposed mixed-use development that spans several sites along the Old Town Scottsdale canal at its meeting Thursday afternoon. Carter Unger, president of Scottsdale-based Spring Creek Development, took on his father’s legacy …

Court Rich, Rose Law Group co-founder and senior partner, talks to Phoenix Business Journal about developer plan for 1,000 homes in area dealing with water, utility issues

By Angela Gonzales | Phoenix Business Journal A Scottsdale residential developer is planning a 1,000-lot community in the San Tan Valley area which had been at the center of a recent controversy over water infrastructure upgrades within the Johnson Utilities LLC service area. Aread Management Inc. and Varde Partners paid $8.7 million for a 290-acre parcel in San Tan Valley, according …

Developer tries to allay Southbridge concerns

Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Southbridge 2 By Wayne Schutsky | Scottsdale Progress As Southbridge Two nears a date with the Scottsdale Planning Commission, the developer behind the project met with residents to answer questions and address concerns about a development that could radically reshape the 5th Avenue Shopping District The meeting, facilitated by members of the NoDDC organization that …

South Scottsdale may get its first cannabis dispensary; Justin Brandt, Rose Law Group litigator, highlights city’s setback requirements

By Wayne Schutsky | Scottsdale Progress An Arizona-based cannabis company has plans to open up Scottsdale’s first medical marijuana dispensary south of Camelback Road. Sunday Goods, which offers a range of marijuana and marijuana-related products at dispensaries throughout Arizona and Southern California, plans to open a dispensary at 4255 N. Winfield Scott Plaza in a building occupied by Club Tattoo …

Scottsdale homebuilder breathing new life into abandoned community in Gilbert

  Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Raintree Investment Corp. By Angela Gonzales   Maracay Homes is breathing new life into a master-planned community left for dead during the Great Recession’s fallout. The Scottsdale homebuilder paid $13.25 million for the last remaining parcel of the Lakes at Annecy, a partially developed master-planned community in Gilbert, a rapidly growing town southeast of Phoenix. Last year, …

Scottsdale City Council approves all major General Plan applications

Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Bell Group Self Storage By Melissa Fittro | Scottsdale Independent The Scottsdale City Council has approved three major General Plan amendments — including an application for a 700-unit storage facility in north Scottsdale. On Monday, Dec. 4, Scottsdale City Council hosted its annual major General Plan amendment hearing, yielding three applications asking to make changes to …

As opioid crisis escalates, Scottsdale latest city to zero in on sober living homes; Rose Law Group litigator Evan Bolick comments on increasing municipal scrutiny

By Joseph Flaherty | Phoenix New Times In one of the cascading effects from Arizona’s opioid crisis, sober-living homes are under the magnifying glass. These homes allow people recovering from addiction to live together in a supportive residential setting. But sober-living homes are pretty much unregulated, and residents can be vulnerable to exploitation. READ ON: “As more group home investors enter the …

[EXCLUSIVE] Bell Storage on Shea wins after long debate

Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents the Bell storage project  Rose Law Group Reporter Last night With a 6-1 vote, the Scottsdale City Council Monday night approved a major General Plan amendment and rezoning for a 2.8- acre property at Shea and 116th Street for a boutique self storage facility, applied for by George H. Bell. The facility’s design is similar surrounding office buildings and will …