Cullum Homes named ‘Custom Home Builder of the Year’

Scottsdale-based homebuilder Cullum Homes has been named “Custom Home Builder of the Year” by the National Association of Home Builders Custom Home Builders Committee. Rod Cullum, founder and CEO of Cullum Homes accepted the award alongside his wife and partner Kim Cullum, son Brad and daughter Lindsay, who are both principals at the firm, according […]

Arizona Apartment Analysis provides economic insights of renting

The total annual economic impact of construction and operations within Arizona’s apartment industry is the equivalent to the state playing host to more than 10 Super Bowls each year. The apartment industry generates 22,000 jobs, $699 million in wages and $3.8 billion in economic output each year as 37 percent of Arizona residents live in […]

Stellar Residential hosts unveiling of One Camelback Building in Phoenix

  Stellar Residential hosted more than 50 guests at a March 21 ceremony honoring the end of construction for renovating and repurposing One Camelback into an apartment building. According to a press release, the 11-story, 215,245-square-foot structure has been part of the uptown Phoenix landscape at Camelback Road and Central Avenue for three decades. UEB […]

Pat Bondurant is an honoree at 3rd annual ‘A Night In’ gala

Everything has come full circle for Pat Bondurant whose life foreshadowed premonitions from charitable giving to cherishing life. After celebrating her birthday on March 17, the St. Jude 2019 honoree of the Letitia Frye Humanitarian Award will be recognized at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital’s third annual “St. Jude Presents: A Night In” gala Friday, […]

Guffey joins Neighborhood Outreach Access to Health Board of Directors

Jaburg Wilk healthcare attorney and partner, Douglas Guffey, has been named to the Neighborhood Outreach Access to Health Board of Directors. According to a press release, the health center has evolved from one pediatric nurse practitioner travelling throughout schools to eight fixed health centers located in low-income areas. “My career has been centered on working […]

Valley Machine Works building sold in downtown Phoenix

A custom fabrication and welding business founded in 1909 in a historic downtown Phoenix building has been sold to RM Garrison, a precision fabrication shop. NAI Horizon Associate Michael Gaida represented the seller, Valley Machine Works, Inc., of Phoenix. Tyler and Tricia Williams of Goodyear purchased the business, according to a press release. “An established […]

Jones, Skelton and Hochuli adds Reshma Amin

Jones, Skelton and Hochuli has announced the addition of Reshma Amin to its transportation, auto, products and general liability trial group, expanding the firm to 89 lawyers. Before joining the firm, she worked at a national law firm focusing in civil litigation and personal injury work, according to a press release. After earning her J.D., […]

Biltmore Dental Assisting Academy launching in Phoenix

Artistic Dental at the Biltmore, 2333 E. Campbell Ave. in Phoenix, has officially established its own dental assistant school. Under the direction of Dr. John Dougherty, the family and cosmetic dental practice is launching Biltmore Dental Assisting Academy. The school will operate out of Artistic Dental’s office and enrollments are now being accepted. Classes are […]

Statesman announces grand opening for Montreux in Desert Ridge

The Statesman Group has leasing opportunities for the first phase of Montreux, a $74 million luxury apartment community in the Desert Ridge neighborhood. A grand opening will be held at the Montreux Leasing Gallery, 5550 E. Deer Valley Drive in Phoenix, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday, March 15 and Saturday, March 16; […]

Schulman is Ronald McDonald House Charities chief operations officer

Kerry Schulman, a former McDonald’s owner-operator and previous board member is the new Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central and Northern Arizona chief operations officer. According to a press release, Mrs. Schulman will manage the organization’s day-to-day operations. She served on the RMHC-CNAZ board for three years and the board’s executive committee for one-and-a-half years. […]