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The Pizza Capital of Every State

February 8, 2016 9:20 pm
Papa John’s Pizza, along with Budweiser, benefited handsomely from Peyton Manning after the Super Bowl. “The Sheriff” shook hands with Papa John after the game and mentioned his love for Budweiser multiple times. Though these were supposedly unpaid, they are unsurprising given Manning’s financial ties to both brands.

Former church spot filled now with chicken, pizza, doughnuts

February 8, 2016 6:21 pm
Three retail tenants have singed leases for spots at the new Broadway Festival shopping center on Broadway, just east of Craycroft Road. | courtesy of Steve Shenitzer, Broadway Festival LLC
A year after buying the former Christian Faith Fellowship church on Broadway, east of Craycroft, developers have filled the rebuilt space. El Pollo Loco, Blaze Fast Fire’d Pizza and Krispy Kreme Donuts leased spots in the strip mall, which is under construction.

SAHBA to promote buying new homes, industry careers

February 6, 2016 6:20 pm
Amy McReynolds | KB Home Tucson
Promoting the benefits of new homes and encouraging young people to consider a career in the homebuilding industry are among the top goals of the incoming SAHBA chair. Amy McReynolds, senior vice president of KB Home Tucson, was recently installed as chair of the Southern Arizona Home Builders Association and hopes to increase the number of homebuyers who choose new construction.

McMahon's steakhouse transforming into offices

February 6, 2016 4:00 pm
The original piano bar is undergoing a conversion. The glass walls will remain and be expanded. | Ron Medvescek / Arizona Daily Star
The site of a historic Tucson restaurant will go from serving steaks and fine wines to closing real estate deals. Work is underway to convert the former McMahon’s Prime Steakhouse at 2959 N. Swan Road into a one-stop real estate-centric office complex, where you can close on a home, get a mortgage or financing and buy an insurance policy all under one roof.

Building Tucson: Pepper Viner Homes 'nimble and flexible'

February 6, 2016 3:00 pm
Pepper Viner Homes owner Bill Viner is overseeing construction of several new communities, including StoneBridge in the Foothills. | Ron Medvescek / Arizona Daily Star
Simply put, Bill Viner likes building homes. And, creating an identity for his developments in a market dominated by national homebuilders, the CEO of Pepper Viner Homes says he has to be “nimble and flexible.” “We try to stay out in front of what is new and best in homebuilding,” said Viner, who founded the company in 1985 with Phillip Pepper. “For example, Pepper Viner has been at the leading edge of high-performance, green homebuilding and Smart Home technology.” Features such as digital-device control of a home’s temperature, lighting or security, built-in WiFi and USB connections along with electrical outlets are featured in Pepper Viner’s communities from startup to luxury.
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