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The Arizona RepublicTempe voters will decide this month whether to support or oppose three propositions that would allow construction of an Arizona Coyotes retail, residential and entertainment district with an arena at the corner of Tempe Town Lake.The election concludes May 16.Republic reporters, particularly Sam Kmack, who covers Tempe, have been digging into the issues.Here ...
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Tempe voters will decide this month whether to support or oppose three propositions that would allow construction of an Arizona Coyotes retail, residential and entertainment district with an arena at the corner of Tempe Town Lake.
The election concludes May 16.
Republic reporters, particularly Sam Kmack, who covers Tempe, have been digging into the issues.
Here are some recent articles to help voters make up their minds, and for others outside the city to understand the topics being debated.
How to make sense of Tempe's Coyotes deal and where to vote on it
Election Day is May 16, but ballots have already gone out. Here's a quick breakdown of what residents are voting on and other election information.
Tempe-Coyotes deal: A guide to dueling economic studies
Two institutes released very different financial forecasts for the Coyotes project. Here's a breakdown to help readers make sense of it.
Tempe-Coyotes deal to bring major economic gains, massive tax revenue for city, ASU study says
ASU's Seidman Research Institute concluded that the deal would bring tens of millions more in tax revenue than was previously forecast by the team.
Cost-benefit of Tempe's Coyotes deal doesn't pencil out, new study says
The Grand Canyon Institute found that for every $2.70 of new tax revenue Tempe puts into it, the project will generate just $1 for the city.
Is the Tempe-Coyotes site a 'toxic' landfill? Probably not, but there's more to the story
Supporters of the deal have long claimed the project site is a 'toxic' landfill. Opponents say it's just a compost yard. Here's the truth.
Tempe-Coyotes deal will not have crippling traffic impact, experts and study say
Just one nearby intersection will see significant delays by 2030. But that will be the case even if the project doesn't happen.
Tax breaks, economic impacts among points of contention as supporters, opponents debate Tempe's Coyotes arena deal
Groups on either side of Tempe's $2.1 billion deal went head to head. Watch the highlights here and read what happened.
Phoenix sues Tempe to stop Arizona Coyotes development deal
Phoenix announced the lawsuit just four months after Sky Harbor officials signaled that they were willing to support the Coyotes project.
These 2 sticking points kept Phoenix and Tempe from a deal on Coyotes development project
It seemed the feud was over between Phoenix and Tempe, but a recent lawsuit proved it's very much alive. Here are the issues that divide the cities.
Will Phoenix's lawsuit affect the date of Tempe's Coyotes election?
The May 16 election will still take place. Phoenix's lawsuit can't stop that, but could undo the outcome down the line.
Groups on both sides of Tempe-Coyotes deal caught off guard by Phoenix lawsuit
Members of the election's two largest campaign groups are fired up about the airport-related lawsuit that could kill the $2.1B Coyotes arena deal.
Arizona Coyotes countersue Phoenix for $2.1B over Tempe arena deal challenge
The countersuit was announced just a week after Phoenix sued Tempe to stop the team's planned development near Town Lake.
A brief history of the feud that could kill Tempe's Coyotes deal
The fuse was lit in 1994 and has burned slowly for three decades amid lawsuits, confusion, a lack of enforcement and past deals gone wrong.
Here's how much political fundraising groups for and against Coyotes' arena district in Tempe have raised
Tempe Wins, a PAC in favor of the Arizona Coyotes' arena district, outraised Tempe First, a residents' fundraising group opposing the project.
PACs face off over proposed Coyotes arena district in Tempe. The battle of words is getting ugly
A PAC that supports the hockey deal sent a cease-and-desist letter to an opposing group that called the team's owner a "corrupt billionaire."
NHL commissioner says the Coyotes won't go anywhere if arena deal is approved
NHL commissioner Gary Bettman voiced his support for the Arizona Coyotes arena proposal in person in Tempe.
Tempe-Coyotes deal will not face probe after Arizona lawmaker withdraws complaint
Arizona state Rep. Steve Montenegro took back his complaint against the deal just one day after requesting an attorney general investigation.
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Sanels Wholesale Cabinets – Tempe is a leading home remodeling company. In a recent update, the company explained why clients should choose them.Tempe, AZ - In a website post, Sanels Wholesale Cabinets – Tempe outlined why clients should choose them.The kitchen remodeler Tempe mentioned that the first benefit of choosing Sanel...
Sanels Wholesale Cabinets – Tempe is a leading home remodeling company. In a recent update, the company explained why clients should choose them.
Tempe, AZ - In a website post, Sanels Wholesale Cabinets – Tempe outlined why clients should choose them.
The kitchen remodeler Tempe mentioned that the first benefit of choosing Sanels Wholesale Cabinets – Tempe is their commitment to excellent quality. This commitment is evidenced through their use of only the finest woods and materials, creating cabinets with a modern look and feel. Adding a full line of accessories allows homeowners to customize their cabinets and create a unique and personalized space. Additionally, all the cabinets are lifetime-guaranteed, assuring customers of quality and durability.
The team said that another benefit of choosing the kitchen remodeling contractor Tempe is their ability to create a completely customized space. Clients can explore different kitchen and bathroom designs through their online gallery and find the perfect combination of cabinets, countertops, hardware, and appliances that fit their tastes and lifestyle. The professional's understanding of style and quality makes it easier for customers to create a beautiful and functional space.
Lastly, the experts advised that another benefit of choosing them is their personal approach to each project. The kitchen remodeling company Tempe works directly with clients to understand their needs and create the perfect design for their kitchen or bathroom. Their technicians offer the exceptional care and attention to detail essential for any home remodeling project.
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Event celebrating graduates featured keynote speaker and alum Tomás LeónPHOENIX, May 03, 2023--(BUSINESS WIRE)--...
Event celebrating graduates featured keynote speaker and alum Tomás León
PHOENIX, May 03, 2023--(BUSINESS WIRE)--University of Phoenix held its Spring 2023 commencement ceremony on Saturday, April 29, at Chase Filed. Graduating students from 10 different countries and all 50 U.S. states registered to attend the in-person ceremony. The students who earned their degrees during the ceremony join a community of more than 1 million University of Phoenix alumni. The commencement ceremonies were followed by a block party held on 4th Street outside of Chase Field.
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A University of Phoenix graduate looks out over the crowd during the April 29, 2023, commencement ceremony at Chase Field. Photo credit: University of Phoenix.
University of Phoenix alum and President of Equality Health Foundation, Tomás León, delivered the keynote address. "It was a great honor and blessing to deliver the keynote address for the University of Phoenix graduation ceremony," shared León. "I came to celebrate and inspire the graduates with my ‘Barrio to the Boardroom’ story, and I left more inspired by their unique stories. Meeting many of the graduates and their families, I found myself overwhelmed with emotions to see the tapestry of diversity reflected. These graduates are a beacon of hope and a true inspiration for generations of students to come."
León holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from The University of Arizona and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from the University of Phoenix.
Provost and Chief Academic Officer for the University of Phoenix, John Woods, Ph.D., says the commencement ceremony is particularly special given the number of working adults attending the University. "Every year it is a privilege to see our graduates and their families celebrating their hard work, commitment and perseverance," states Woods. "Our graduates are a tremendous source of pride for the University, because we know that busy adult learners make a deliberate choice to pursue their educational goals while juggling multiple priorities. When our students walk across the stage, we appreciate how hard they have worked to achieve their goal, and it is a fantastic feeling knowing that our faculty and staff were there to support them every step of the way."
PHOENIX — An entertainment district in Tempe is adding five new restaurants that range from breakfast to sushi in hopes of having major impact on the local economy.The Novus Innovation Corridor is adjacent to the Arizona State campus on University Drive and Rural Road.The restaurants being added are Blue Sushi Sake Grill, Eureka!, Over Easy, The Alley and Nautical Bowls, according to a press release.“Novus’ location in downtown Tempe on the ASU Tempe campus provides access to extensive educational resou...
PHOENIX — An entertainment district in Tempe is adding five new restaurants that range from breakfast to sushi in hopes of having major impact on the local economy.
The Novus Innovation Corridor is adjacent to the Arizona State campus on University Drive and Rural Road.
The restaurants being added are Blue Sushi Sake Grill, Eureka!, Over Easy, The Alley and Nautical Bowls, according to a press release.
“Novus’ location in downtown Tempe on the ASU Tempe campus provides access to extensive educational resources, broad research activities and exciting entertainment venues like Sun Devil Stadium, Desert Financial Credit Union Arena, Mullett Arena and Tempe Town Lake,” ASU’s executive vice president, treasurer and CFO Morgan Olsen said in the release.
“This is a true live/work/play opportunity that will be greatly attractive to today’s professionals.”
Blue Sushi Sake Grill started in 2002 and will come to Tempe with a 6,021-square-foot building. The restaurant offers one of the broadest menus of vegan sushi in the country, according to the release.
Eureka! is a California-based scratch kitchen with gourmet burgers, a wide-ranging menu and creative drinks, including local craft beers, small-batch whiskeys and craft cocktails. The 4,290-square-foot building will include a patio with a water feature, an indoor-outdoor bar, live music stage and whiskey club lockers.
Over Easy is a popular local breakfast spot that will be opening the doors to its 14th Valley location. The restaurant takes on classic breakfast staples with a focus on creating sharable moments. The 3,154-square-foot property will also include an outdoor patio.
The Alley is making its Arizona debut. The spot is known for signature milk teas and fruit-infused drinks served in an aesthetically pleasing environment, according to the release. Although it will be the first Arizona location, there are over 400 stores worldwide.
Nautica Bowls is a Minnesota-based company that serves acai and superfood bowls that are gluten-free, dairy-free, plant-based and soy-free.
The Novus Innovation Center is one of seven of ASU Innovation Zones and is projecting to contribute $1.86 billion annually to the local economy, according to the release.
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Five restaurants, including some first-to-the-market concepts, have signed leases at Novus Place, the new main street entertainment district in the latest phase of the 355-acre Novus Innovation Corridor adjacent to Arizona State University’s Tempe campus.DEEPER DIVE: Ranking Arizona: Top 10 breakfast restaurants for 2023Among them are Blue Sushi Sak...
Five restaurants, including some first-to-the-market concepts, have signed leases at Novus Place, the new main street entertainment district in the latest phase of the 355-acre Novus Innovation Corridor adjacent to Arizona State University’s Tempe campus.
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Among them are Blue Sushi Sake Grill, Eureka!, Over Easy, The Alley and Nautical Bowls.
Flagship Restaurant Group’s Blue Sushi Sake Grill will occupy 6,021 square feet. The restaurant entered the dining scene in 2002 and now has locations nationwide, including in Denver, Chicago and Nashville. Blue Sushi Sake Grill is the largest sushi group running a sustainably sourced seafood program in partnership with the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch and also offers one of the broadest menus of vegan sushi in the country.
New to the market is California-based Eureka! Spread over 4,290 square feet, Eureka! will feature a scratch kitchen and exceptional hospitality, creating a one-of-a-kind dining experience with gourmet burgers, great food and creative drinks, including local craft beers, small-batch whiskeys and craft cocktails. The restaurant will have an al fresco patio with a water feature, indoor-outdoor bar, live music stage, and whiskey club lockers for their coveted Whiskey Club program.
Over Easy, the uber-popular local restaurant known for creating energized takes on classic breakfast staples with a focus on creating sharable moments, is also part of the new lineup of retailers. The 3,154-square-foot restaurant will include a spacious outdoor patio. The Novus location will expand Over Easy’s footprint to 14 locations in the Valley and Flagstaff.
Tea purveyor The Alley will make its Arizona debut with signature milk teas and fruit-infused drinks served in an aesthetically pleasing environment to create an unforgettable experience. The trendsetting brand, with more than 400 stores worldwide, will occupy 1,738 square feet.
Rounding out the list will be Minnesota-based Nautical Bowls offering delicious and nutritious acai and superfood bowls which are gluten-free, dairy-free, plant-based, soy-free, contain zero refined sugars, and are made with organic, all-natural ingredients. They are packed with essential vitamins and nutrients to fuel your life. In its 1,211-square-foot fun and energetic space, the Novus Place location will expand the footprint beyond the Arizona debut location in Scottsdale.
“These concepts will appeal to a variety of palates, and together, they will add to the energy that will be distinctly Novus Place,” said Charley Freericks, senior vice president of Catellus Development Corp.
The new retailers will join Fox Restaurant Concepts, which will serve as the anchor tenant of Novus Place with three concepts – Flower Child, Blanco Cocina + Cantina, and North Italia.
Novus Place will ultimately span 275,000 square feet of shopping, dining and entertainment options, and serve as the central gathering place for residents and visitors who want to stroll along shaded walkways, explore on paved bike paths and people-watch at the community’s urban parks and pedestrian promenades.
This central hub will be part of Novus Innovation Corridor’s vision to create a walkable, sustainable neighborhood destined to become a model for modern urban cities. As one of seven ASU Innovation Zones, Novus will empower businesses of all sizes to grow and scale at an impressive speed while contributing a projected $1.86 billion annually to the local economy.
“These five new restaurants will add to the vibrant entertainment destination Novus Place is becoming to the benefit of the Tempe and Valley communities,” said Morgan R. Olsen, ASU’s executive vice president, treasurer and CFO. “Novus’ location in downtown Tempe on the ASU Tempe campus provides access to extensive educational resources, broad research activities and exciting entertainment venues like Sun Devil Stadium, Desert Financial Credit Union Arena, Mullett Arena and Tempe Town Lake. This is a true live/work/play opportunity that will be greatly attractive to today’s professionals.”
Novus is a public/private partnership between ASU and Catellus Development Corporation. Upon completion, Novus will also encompass 6.5 million square feet of premium Class A office space, hospitality assets and 4,100 residences.
For more information, visitNovusASU.com.