For Star subscribers: The Tucson rental market closes out the year with strong demand.
For Star subscribers: Tucson’s Fun Traffic Survival School will open at 40 N. Swan Road, just north of Broadway.
The old SAS Fabric building in central Tucson will be remodeled to house a thrift shop and restaurant.
Tesla is bringing a third supercharger station to the Tucson area. The 16 spots for charging electric vehicles are coming to Marana.
For Star subscribers: Using a crowdfunding platform, investors spent $14.5M for a package of homes throughout Tucson that will be used as rentals.
For Star subscribers: As students flock to high-priced housing near campus, outlying complexes that served them are switching up their clientele.
For Star subscribers: With rentals in demand in the Tucson area, a student housing apartment complex is converting to serve traditional renters.
For Star subscribers: The restaurant chain sells steakburgers, hot dogs and custard treats. This will be its fourth location in Tucson.
For Star subscribers: Investors plan to upgrade a former writers studio, built in the late 1800s, on Tucson's Fourth Avenue for rental housing.
For Star subscribers: After five years at Main Gate Square, this local spot, known for its bottomless mimosas, is relocating to midtown Tucson.
For Star subscribers: After opening during the pandemic last year, Pure Poke is ready to launch its second location, this one in Oro Valley.
Cold Blooded Exotics will carry critters such as pythons, bearded dragons, iguanas, chameleons and other small reptiles.
The operator of the Oracle Ridge Copper Project is preparing for possible future operation of the mine.
Crumbl Cookies has leased a spot at 7805 N. Oracle Road and plans to open its door this fall.