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Apartment complex being built for disabled tenants

August 23, 2014 12:00 am
The Alvord Court Apartments, 5901 S. Park Ave., are a small complex specially designed for disabled people. They’re scheduled to open this fall. | Ron Medvescek / Arizona Daily Star
A three-story apartment complex for disabled residents is being constructed on 1.26 acres of Tucson’s south side, and it’s expected to open this fall, according to the Compass Affordable Housing website. Alvord Court Apartments, 5901 S. Park Ave., will provide housing for people with physical and developmental disabilities.

Marana gains Ventana Medical distribution center

August 23, 2014 12:00 am
Ventana Medical Systems' future distribution center in Marana will be closer to its Oro Valley headquarters, shown above. | A.E. Araiza/Arizona Daily Star file photo
Construction of a 60,000-square-foot logistics and distribution center for Ventana Medical Systems is scheduled to begin by year’s end in Marana. The center will be in Tangerine Commerce Park on Tangerine Road near Interstate 10. Ventana will be the first tenant within the 100-acre business park and will lease the facility from Cottonwood Properties, whose affiliate company will oversee the construction.

No rush to a new credit score

August 22, 2014 12:00 am
WASHINGTON — You may have noticed the big media splash recently when Fair Isaac, developer of the iconic FICO credit score, announced the debut of a new score version that no longer would penalize consumers who have medical debt-collection issues in their credit files.

Tucson Real Estate

August 19, 2014 12:00 am
SALES McDonald’s Corp. bought a site for a McDonald’s restaurant at Houghton Town Center, at Houghton and Old Vail roads in Vail, for $790,000. Brian Harpel of The Harpel Co. Inc. represented McDonald’s. Food Conspiracy Co-Op bought the 6,500-square-foot mixed-use center at 425 E. Seventh St. from Hoff-7th LLC for $650,000. Buzz Isaacson of CBRE represented the seller, and Quentin Bryson represented the buyer.

Tombstone's historic Union High School property for sale

August 18, 2014 12:00 am
The Union High School property in Tombstone is for sale for $2.2 million. The school first went on the market in 2007. | photos Keller Williams Realty Southern Arizona
Tombstone’s Union High School building, built in 1922, has been on and off the real estate market since 2007, with no potential buyers currently in sight. The school has been vacant since 2006, when students and faculty moved to a new school . “We’ve gotten just a couple of people asking about it, but nothing profound,” said Linda D’Ambrose, realtor for Keller Williams Realty Southern Arizona. The property had gone off the market in 2012 when a potential buyer wanted to turn it into a boutique hotel, D’Ambrose said.
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