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Southwest Mobile Storage is a family-owned shipping container business founded in 1995. Our strength for more than 25 years comes from the specialized knowledge and passion of our people, along with serving over 24,000 commercial, construction and residential customers. Our 90,000 sq. ft. facility and expertise in maintaining, manufacturing, and delivering corrugated steel containers are unrivaled in the industry.

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When you choose mobile storage containers over traditional storage facilities, you get more space for less, plus the convenience of onsite, 24/7 access to your valuables. And if you can't keep a container at your location, we offer you the flexibility to store it at our place instead. Rest assured, our high-quality storage containers will keep your items safe from weather, pests and break-ins. When you need to rent, buy or modify mobile storage containers in Paradise Valley, AZ, look no further than Southwest Mobile Storage.

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Our ground-mounted mobile offices provide comfortable, temperature-controlled workspace without the extra expenses associated with portable office trailers, like stairs, metal skirting or setup and removal fees. Whether you only need one workspace, storage to go with it, or separate rooms in one container, we've got you covered. With our 500 years of combined container fabrication experience, rest easy knowing your mobile office is of the highest quality craftsmanship when you choose Southwest Mobile Storage.

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Luxury Homebuyers Are Moving to This Affluent Arizona Suburb in Droves. Here’s Why.

Can’t handle the cold, but love the heat? This affluent Arizona suburb, where winters are dry and temperate and summertime temps average over 100 degrees, has become one of the hottest housing markets in the U.S. Sun Belt.Paradise Valley, the Grand Canyon State’s wealthiest ZIP code, has blown up in recent years with deep-pocketed newcomers relocating from out of state to the exclusive desert and mountain enclave. At the en...

Can’t handle the cold, but love the heat? This affluent Arizona suburb, where winters are dry and temperate and summertime temps average over 100 degrees, has become one of the hottest housing markets in the U.S. Sun Belt.

Paradise Valley, the Grand Canyon State’s wealthiest ZIP code, has blown up in recent years with deep-pocketed newcomers relocating from out of state to the exclusive desert and mountain enclave. At the end of 2023, the median sale price in the scenic community clocked in at $2.8 million, a whopping 14-plus percent increase from the year prior, according to Realtor.com. “This is a newer area, so it’s not like you have a lot of 1800s and 1900s homes,” Robert Joffe, founder and associate broker of the Joffe Group, told Mansion Global. “There’s a huge allure to this area in Arizona. People are flocking in from all over the country to buy homes here.”

The town of not quite 13,000 residents, which sits in between Phoenix and Scottsdale, has specifically attracted a crop of West Coast transplants, mainly from Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Seattle. Long favored by politicians like Barry Goldwater and Dan Quayle, Paradise Valley also counts Stevie Nicks, Muhammad Ali, Michael Phelps, and Campbell Soup heir Bennett Dorrance among its most notable past and present residents.

Other than year-round warm weather (some might call it darn-right hot!), favorable taxes, upscale shopping, and thriving golf and restaurant scenes, other factors that make Paradise Valley particularly attractive to deep-pocketed snowbirds and full-time residents alike include its slew of luxury residential properties.

Currently, the most expensive home in Arizona is a 2.3-acre compound in Paradise Valley’s southwestern corner. Priced at a whopping $75 million, the abode—dubbed Palo Cristi Estate—is slated for completion in 2027. When all is said and done, the vast residence will comprise 33,000 square feet. The eight-bedroom home’s laundry list of luxuries will include an art gallery, a bowling alley, a shooting range, a recording studio, and a movie theater. Plus, the grounds will feature two swimming pools, a lazy river, and two garages that can store up to 14 vehicles.

Many of the estates in Paradise Valley span one acre or more, and many sport stunning mountain view. In the exclusive, guard-gated Clearwater Hills enclave, homes can range from 8,000 to 18,000 square feet and cost anywhere from $20 million to $30 million. One of the enclave’s not-yet-built homes, listed for $29 million, is Serenity Heights. The not-yet-built mansion, to be completed in 2027, will sit on 11 acres atop the area’s highest view lot. In addition to a 16,000-square-foot, boomerang-shaped main house, the hillside spread will be decked out with a glass-bottom pool that cantilevers over the desert, plus a 10-person hot tub, a 3,000-bottle wine cellar, and a fitness center.

Three Paradise Valley schools to close as enrollment numbers decline

PARADISE VALLEY, AZ — The Paradise Valley Unified School Board has voted to close three schools at the end of the school year as enrollment numbers decline.The schools impacted are Sunset Canyon Elementary, Desert Springs Prep Elementary, and Vista Verde Middle School. The closures of those schools are effective July 1, 2024.All of the board members who voted yes to closing the schools said this was not an easy decision for them, however, they needed to be fiscally responsible."In the end, t...

PARADISE VALLEY, AZ — The Paradise Valley Unified School Board has voted to close three schools at the end of the school year as enrollment numbers decline.

The schools impacted are Sunset Canyon Elementary, Desert Springs Prep Elementary, and Vista Verde Middle School. The closures of those schools are effective July 1, 2024.

All of the board members who voted yes to closing the schools said this was not an easy decision for them, however, they needed to be fiscally responsible.

"In the end, they're buildings. Some people say, 'Well it's not a building.' It's just a building," said board member Tony Pantera.

To that, the audience responded by saying, “It’s a community,” and showed their disappointment and disagreement.

“The community can exist anywhere,” Pantera responded.

Parents and teachers that ABC15 spoke with say they’re disappointed but not surprised. They felt the decision was already made before Thursday’s meeting.

The district says they will work to transition students from their original schools to new ones in the boundaries they also approved Thursday. More information regarding the closures and new boundaries can be found here.

Teachers at the impacted schools will not be laid off. The district is also working to transition them to other schools.

The district had considered closing Hidden Hills Elementary School, but it was not included in the closure decision on Thursday. The superintendent said they want to further study the impacts for that school and will revisit the decision in the future. No timeline has been set.

PVUSD says it has lost hundreds of K-6 students in the last two years, and expects that will continue along with the city's stagnant growth.

Some say state vouchers for private schools and the lack of affordable housing are leading to enrollment decline.

The district previously told ABC15 they would save $600,000 for each school closed.

The only board member who voted against the school closures was Sandra Christensen, who felt like the process was not transparent to their community. She filed a claim to the Arizona Attorney General saying that the district and its board members violated open meeting laws in the way the committee for the school closures met. Superintendent Troy Bales denies that claim and said they will hear from the AG’s office sometime this month.

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Paradise Valley approves Quail Run custom home enclave

A rare opportunity to build a custom home in the heart of Paradise Valley, Ariz. has come to fruition. The Paradise Valley Town Council tonight unanimously approved two preliminary plats for Quail Run North and Quail Run South encompassing a total of approximately 10.2 acres. The property is located south of Lincoln Drive and west of Scottsdale Road on Quail Run.READ MORE: AZ Big 100: 50 r...

A rare opportunity to build a custom home in the heart of Paradise Valley, Ariz. has come to fruition. The Paradise Valley Town Council tonight unanimously approved two preliminary plats for Quail Run North and Quail Run South encompassing a total of approximately 10.2 acres. The property is located south of Lincoln Drive and west of Scottsdale Road on Quail Run.

READ MORE: AZ Big 100: 50 real estate companies to watch in 2024

The approval comes after several months of conversations, negotiations and plan adjustments that won not only the Town’s support, but that of the adjacent residential neighbors who had originally objected primarily due to a fear of increased traffic along their quaint road. “We truly listened to their concerns and went back to the drawing board more than once to recreate the traffic flow, and with the Town’s help we were able to bring people into our neighborhood from the north, rather than the south which mitigated their concerns,” said TUNA Group CEO, Gordon Berry, the Scottsdale-based developer.

This picturesque and serenely private setting will be home to eight, acre-plus, uber-custom estate homes. Located on Quail Run Road, south of Lincoln Road and north of McDonald Drive, this exquisite community is nestled in the heart of Paradise Valley, offering convenient access to a robust lifestyle, upscale restaurants, shopping and 5-star resorts, and is surrounded by nature’s most spectacular beauty.

“When we first laid eyes on these parcels and witnessed the breathtaking vistas they offer, with uninterrupted head-to-tail views of Camelback Mountain to the southwest and Mummy Mountain to the north, we recognized the opportunity to create something truly extraordinary. We are deeply appreciative of the support from our partners, neighbors, the Town staff, and both the Town Council and the Planning Commission for their assistance in shaping an even more inspired community of which all of Paradise Valley can be proud. We believe this neighborhood will set a new high standard for luxury living in Paradise Valley,” said Berry.

Supported by world class builders, architects, designers, landscape designers, and nationally recognized brand partners, this opulent and iconic community will offer a limited number of signature residences with a host of personally tailored additions for a true one-of-a-kind journey.

For more information visit QuailRunSN.com.

Parents react after board votes to close 3 Paradise Valley schools

PARADISE VALLEY, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) — In a few months, three schools in the Paradise Valley Unified School District won’t just be closing for summer, they’ll be closing for good. The board voted to shut down two elementary schools and a middle s...

PARADISE VALLEY, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) — In a few months, three schools in the Paradise Valley Unified School District won’t just be closing for summer, they’ll be closing for good. The board voted to shut down two elementary schools and a middle school Thursday night.

If you ask the people who live nearby, Desert Springs Preparatory Elementary is the heartbeat of the neighborhood. Parents who spoke with Arizona’s Family said they are feeling a lot of anxiety about what happens next.

“It’s quite emotional actually; I hope I don’t start crying,” said Ashley Hobbs, who has two students enrolled at Desert Springs. “I’m feeling very sad, disappointed, and also very angry.”

She said she’s still processing that Desert Springs will close at the end of this school year. She’s especially worried about her 6-year-old son, Michael.

“My son is in the special education program,” Hobbs explained. “A lot of the other parents are in that same position, and these kids going to a new school is not simply moving them and having them make new friends.”

She said the special education program at Desert Springs has helped her son thrive and she fears the school’s inclusive environment can’t be replicated somewhere else.

“It’s hard for those kids to go to a new school and develop new relationships,” said Hobbs.

It’s not just affecting Desert Springs. In a four to one vote Thursday, the Paradise Valley Unified School District Governing Board decided to also close Sunset Canyon Elementary School and Vista Verde Middle School, impacting more than 1,000 students and their families.

The district said enrollment has been declining over the years, and they expect to save about $600,000 per school when they shut down in July.

“It’s a building. The community can exist anywhere,” said Governing Board Member Tony Pantera during Thursday’s meeting. The crowd of parents and teachers shouted “Shame!” in response.

Many community members shared concerns about a lack of transparency throughout the process, and there have been allegations of open meeting law violations. Parents first learned about potential closures in December, many months after a committee first met to talk about the issue.

The Attorney General is now reviewing a complaint. “The AG’s office has received an open meeting law complaint in this matter and we are reviewing that complaint. I’m unable to comment further,” an office spokesperson said.

Below is a statement from Paradise Valley Unified School District:

“In PVSchools, great care is taken to follow district policy and state statutes. Regarding the Superintendent’s Committee for school closure and boundary review, it’s important to make clear that the Governing Board did not take any action to form or establish a committee for the purpose of reviewing possible school closures or boundary changes. Nor did the Board vote on the committee or control the committee’s makeup, schedule, or purpose.

The committee served only to provide a recommendation to the superintendent and his Cabinet. Thus giving district leadership the ability to form an official district recommendation, which will be presented to the Governing Board for review and vote on February 8, 2024.

In response to the allegations of Open Meeting Law violation, first made in December 2023, the district immediately and proactively submitted a request for input from and formal review by the Arizona Attorney General’s office (pursuant to A.R.S. 15-253(b)). PVSchools is waiting for their expedited review.

Throughout the process, as is practice in PVSchools, the district has taken steps to ensure community feedback and participation while following all applicable laws.”

“The open meeting law violation, while I feel that it was violated, that’s just a technicality. We need to do the right thing. We need to balance both the fiscal aspect and the human aspect,” said Governing Board Member Sandra Christensen during Thursday’s meeting. She is the only member who voted against the school closures.

It’s not clear right now what will happen to the buildings of the three closing schools.

“We don’t know how they’re going to repurpose that building and of course, we are concerned in the area about our property values,” said Jill Lopatin. She’s lived in neighborhood near Desert Springs since 1985 and her two daughters attended the school.

“The fear is if they closed these schools and treated us this way, what’s to say that we move to another school and they don’t end up closing that one too?” Hobbs said.

This is not the first time the district has been through this process. Since 2004, five other schools have shut down and been turned into other services like childhood learning or community education centers.

There is a transition plan in place for impacted students to attend different schools and parents will receive communication from the district about that on Monday.

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Teachers, parents weigh in on potential Paradise Valley school closures

PARADISE VALLEY, AZ — Dozens of parents and teachers gathered Tuesday evening to oppose potential school closures in the Paradise Valley Unified School District."I was devastated. Love the school, love the community. We really fill a niche for our students and our families, and it just felt like they were making a terrible mistake," said Nicole Berg, a teacher at Desert Springs Preparatory Elementary School."We feel like that the only reason that our school is being considered for closure...

PARADISE VALLEY, AZ — Dozens of parents and teachers gathered Tuesday evening to oppose potential school closures in the Paradise Valley Unified School District.

"I was devastated. Love the school, love the community. We really fill a niche for our students and our families, and it just felt like they were making a terrible mistake," said Nicole Berg, a teacher at Desert Springs Preparatory Elementary School.

"We feel like that the only reason that our school is being considered for closure is because of the physical size," said Becca Salay, a parent of students at Desert Springs Prep. “And all of the extremely positive things that are happening that our teachers are doing, that our students are learning just aren’t being taken into consideration.”

Those four schools include Hidden Hills Elementary, Sunset Canyon, Desert Springs Prep, and Vista Verde Middle School.

The district says they have lost hundreds of K-6 students in the last two years, and they are expecting that will continue along with the city's stagnant growth.

"If you have a declining enrollment at a school, it's very difficult to have a full program for the students," said Nancy Case, a governing board member in the Paradise Valley Unified School District.

While some board members see the need for closures, parents at the meeting believe there are different options. They say they want the district to find more creative solutions to save money.

One board member expressed her concerns about the human impact.

"There is fiscal and then there is a human aspect to this too and we have to balance both,” said PVUSD Governing Board Member Sandra Christensen.

"Obviously, cuts need to be made, but in my opinion, maybe cuts should be looked in different areas besides classrooms and school buildings," said Greg Londot, a Hidden Hills Elementary teacher.

Some say state vouchers for private schools and the lack of affordable housing are leading to enrollment decline.

The district says they would save $600,000 for each school closed. A final vote on whether to shut them down takes place on February 8.

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