El Pollo Loco, Blaze Fast Fire’d Pizza and Krispy Kreme Donuts have leased spots in the strip mall, which is under construction on Broadway, near Craycroft.
Amy McReynolds, senior vice president of KB Home Tucson, to lead the 2016 initiatives.
The locally owned company creates an identity for its developments in a market dominated by national homebuilders.
Multifamily unit and raw land top the commercial sales this week.
The antiques mall closed last month after 12 years in business.
La Placita Village just one of many ideas for more downtown living.
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Centrepoint apartments sells for $33.6 million. Plus, a roundup of other commercial sales and leases.
Miramonte Homes is one of the larger local homebuilders in the Tucson market.
In 2015, deals were inked for nearly 1 million square feet of big box space. Here's what's being built.
Buyers will be able to control tech features with an iPad, developer says.
Phoenix-based Hensley and Co. is largest beverage distributor in Arizona.
Meritage Homes bought 89 lots and plans to start construction right away.
Three small complexes near Speedway and Country Club sold for $770,000.
Cinemark is building a 14-screen theater near Park Avenue and Interstate 10.
Foothills is delinquent on loan, says it won't keep making payments.
The car fire was extinguished shortly after the crash Thursday morning.
Tucson's industrial market continues to attract investors.
Drop in defaults seen as reflection of stabilizing home market.
Tucson-based company provides diagnostic systems used to treat patients.
PGA Tour Superstore features to include swing simulators and a large putting green.
Tucson Medical Center buys produce, allowing growers to expand crops with confidence.
$17 million school in Marana district is being built at Gladden Farms.
A bankruptcy court has accepted Albertsons' bid for two Haggen stores in Tucson, the company announced today.
The Northgate Plaza, anchored by Walmart, has been sold for $12.8 million.
The Northgate Plaza, on the corner of Grant Road and Alvernon Way, includes a Walmart food market.
More than a dozen permits have been issued for demolition.
Plans for a second tower next to One South Church are still developing.
Investors believe proximity to downtown will spur more projects in surrounding neighborhoods.
A second location for supervised visits with children in protective custody coming to Tucson.
They don't like cookie-cutter homes and they're not fixated on the new.
Bankruptcy court will be asked to approve the auction bids on Nov. 24.
Project is at the site of the former Bring Funeral Home.
Industrial space continues to command attention and top dollar around town.
Haggen is auctioning 94 stores as part of its bankruptcy proceedings. Three of them are in Tucson.
Albertson’s has placed a bid on two of the three defunct Haggen stores in Tucson, including the westside store it once occupied.
Possible plans include office space upstairs and retail downstairs. The instrument retailer will move.
Copper Country's closure means departure of Fred, the mall's rooftop mascot.
Future shopping center in midtown continues to lease new tenants.
Has until Dec. 4 to vacate its Casas Adobes store. Orangetheory Fitness is moving in.
Restaurant supplier, feed store and cosmetics shop all sign big leases.
Immigrant investors put up $70 million, can get green-card break in return.
Chinese investors in a Green Valley hospital take pictures in front of a LifeNet medical evacuation helicopter on the hospital’s landing pad.
Former OK Market has been sold.
Broker sealed deal on old furniture store by meeting company's wish list.
Bisbee-based restaurant chain to open fourth location in Broadway Village.
New fitness center leases two spots around town.
Using Skype, inspectors can view completed construction projects remotely.
The blue-topped One South Church, recently sold for $32 million.
Former steakhouse on city’s east side will be converted into office space.