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Old Town Scottsdale is one of the most walkable Neighborhoods

Take a Tour of the Phoenix Metro’s Most Walkable Neighborhoods BY: Heather Nenadovich We already knew that millennials and older generations shared a mutual affection for condos in Tempe, Downtown Phoenix, and Scottsdale. Now, according to new findings by the National Association of Realtors we’ve learned about another preference they both have for where they live: Walkability. ...

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Limebike? Grab a bike anywhere. Park a bike anywhere. Whats going on?

Forget the ride-sharing wars. Transportation has a new battleground: Bike-sharing.  After seeing great success in places like China and Europe, dockless or free-floating bike-sharing has started to expand aggressively into the U.S. For the uninitiated, dockless bike-sharing works a lot like today’s bike-sharing systems, except you can, in theory, park the bikes ...

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Mystery Solved – iFLY is Now Open

Now open In Scottsdale – iFLY I know many of us have been wondering for months what they are building over by The Pavilions at Talking Stick…well the mystery is solved! iFLY  –  9206 Talking Stick Way, Scottsdale, Arizona 85250   Phone: (480) 712-4359   Website: https://www.iflyworld.com/phoenix    iFLY is the ...

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Three Stunning Five Star Resorts Coming Soon to Scottsdale Area

THE RITZ-CARLTON PARADISE VALLEY A $2 billion Ritz-Carlton resort and luxury residential community have finally broke ground in Paradise Valley, setting the stage for the high-end hotel brand to re-enter the Phoenix-area market by the end of 2018. 6720 N Scottsdale Rd #120, Scottsdale, AZ 85253  |  http://www.rcpvluxury.com & http://www.ritzcarlton.com/en/residences/paradise-valley  | ...

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Make a Splash in the Arizona Agua

Make a Splash The best water sports venues in the West BY: JANICE ARENOFSKY Re-copied from http://highroads.az.aaa.com/water-sports For summertime desert-dwellers, little is more appealing than the idea of a cool water escape. Fortunately, sun-soaked Arizonans don’t need to go far to find relief. There are many lakes and rivers where ...

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