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International Minute Press of Tempe News Center
Construction is underway on the first phase of Banyan North Tempe. This is a multifamily development with 651 units in Tempe.
Milhaus, owner and operator of high-quality multifamily properties and a national award-winning developer, will be expanding into North Tempe with one of its largest developments.
There is a plan to add 17 acres to the city of Tempe so that a new mixed-use development project and other improvements can be carried out in the area. A portion of the north Tempe county island will be annexed. This land is north of East Gilbert Drive, west of North Miller Road, and south of East Curry Road.
Align Technology, Inc. now has a new global corporate headquarters in Tempe.
Raising Cane, an eatery that specializes in high-quality meals made with chicken fingers, is all set to open a new location in Tempe close to Loop 101.
A new exhibit is currently running at the library at Arizona State University (ASU) in Tempe.
The Tempe Festival of the Arts will be celebrating the holidays in early December.
Upgrades to the Rio Salado and Beach Park at Tempe Town Lake are being considered by the Tempe City Council.
An industrial distribution and warehouse facility in Tempe will be undergoing renovations thanks to an agreement that enabled ACB Properties, LLC to purchase the property and arrange for the financing.
A strategic agreement between Arizona State University (ASU) in Tempe and the Peace Corps has been signed that will help the advancement of the work of Peace Corps volunteers using a device invented by a professor at ASU.