Phoenix Metro Seeing a Bump in International Company Relocations

By Audrey Jensen | Phoenix Business Journal As more manufacturers look to bring operations to the U.S., the Phoenix metro is seeing an uptick in interest from international companies considering moving to the Valley, experts say. So far in fiscal year 2023, the Greater Phoenix Economic Council said it is working with about 61 international …

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Converting Commercial Buildings Into More Phoenix Housing

By Audrey Jensen | Phoenix Business Journal WeBuild Res plans to redevelop old office buildings into a multifamily complex near 31st and Northern avenues in Phoenix. Developers are planning to convert defunct commercial buildings into apartments to bring more residences to the city of Phoenix, which is facing a major housing shortage. Phoenix-based WeBuild Res …

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Housing, Infrastructure Critical for Workforce, Valley Mayors Say

By Audrey Jensen | Phoenix Business Journal Without more housing, infrastructure funding and water conservation, among other hurdles, the Phoenix metro could struggle to support its current and projected population and economy, according to several mayors who spoke at a Valley Partnership panel on May 13. The Valley, as well as Arizona, has taken the …

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Phoenix Expects More Population Growth But Affordability a Concern

By Audrey Jensen | Phoenix Business Journal An economic forecast for the state and Phoenix metro show Arizona will continue to add a significant number of residents, housing and jobs while dealing with inflation, supply chain issues and a low supply of homes in the growing region. Although Arizona is one of the top states …

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