After Delay Third Hayden Ferry Tower Comes To Life

Yesterday, there was a lot of talk about the big announcement from Parkway Properties that they have “commenced construction of Hayden Ferry lll.” This is  a 261,000 square foot, Class A development at Mill and Rio Salado. “Hayden Ferry III will be the final phase in Parkway’s 780,000 square foot master planned office community.  The […]

METRO Dragging Feet While Tempe Looking Forward

We’ve heard talks of a Tempe Streetcar line for years. There have been many studies, community focus groups and surveys to determine the best route. In today’s paper, Dianna Nanez reminds us that there has been a lot of silence lately concerning the Tempe streetcar route. Apparently, the Feds are interested in the project but […]

We All Work

Has anyone seen this? Have you seen anything like it on our light rail trains? We all trip, we all stumble, We all have to rebuild from the ashes and rubble. So be brave, yet be humble, and keep sight of the light at the end of the tunnel. Have a great day, rockin’ the […]

ASU Creating Serious Momentum

Wowza. It has been just over one week since ASU made the announcement that Ray Anderson has been hired as their new athletic director. Sun Devil fans were abuzz talking about what a great hire this is. We got to see his impressive resume, we watched the press conferences and people wondered how ASU was […]

Singing Our Tune

For years, we’ve talked about how much it can cost to live in outlying areas. Yeah, the homes may be less money if you are willing to drive further, but the overall cost of ownership in relation to time, fuel, and car maintenance can be a huge factor in determining the quality of life for […]