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Arizona Foothills' Best Places to Live 2015

Story by: Melissa Larsen 

2015 has been a big year for urban development in Phoenix and Scottsdale. Along with the addition of new dining and shopping destinations, the Valley has welcomed—or is about to welcome—a slew of fresh condos, townhomes and villas to the mix. From 24-hour concierge service to sleek, modern good looks, these 12 new communities are bursting with reasons why they could be “home sweet home.”


A Rooftop Pool and Easy Living at Phoenix's High-end @51

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Central Phoenix is home to several ultra-chic luxury communities that are dotting the skyline and filling in empty or tired parcels in the city’s central core, making the area one of the most desirable places for apartment living. One community in particular, the new @51, features a rooftop pool that is making a statement about urban living – one that screams 'This is the place to see and be seen!" Day or night, living at @51 and hanging out poolside...


George Clooney Lists Luxurious Cabo Home For Private Buyers at $50 Million

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The name George Clooney has been quite the buzz in the real estate industry recently. It was reported earlier this month that the movie star and business owner himself was looking to sell his...


Revamp Your Outdoor Space: Summer Patio DIYs


While it may be hot in Phoenix right now, Arizonans are lucky enough to be able to use their patios pretty much year-round, unlike the rest of the country that says goodbye to theirs starting in mid-fall. Here are some DIYs from design expert and TV personality Genevieve Gorder that will make your patio inviting all year long. And while most of us may not venture outside for more than five minutes right now unless it’s to relax at the pool, these DIYs might just coax you. 


What to Look for in Farm Storage Buildings


On the farm, you need storage buildings for everything. You need them to hold your harvest, to process grains, to store feed, and to separate your animals when they are sick or in need of care. Not just any building with four walls will do the job though. Your farm is subject to some pretty brutal conditions, and your storage buildings need to be able to withstand them all, including extreme weather, corrosion and pressure.

Be thorough and deliberate in your search for new storage buildings. Here are a few things you'll need to look for in the proper storage buildings for your farm:

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