Two Glendale shopping centers sold for $38.6M

first_imgThe Fincham Dempsey were successful in selling two Glendale, Arizona shopping centers in the final week of July. Glendale Market Square and Arrowhead Plaza were sold satisfying 1,031 exchanges for the buyers for a total of $38,600,000.The Lee & Associates Fincham Dempsey Team, led by Jan Fincham and Patrick Dempsey, facilitated the transaction on behalf of both the buyer and seller for each transaction.Glendale Market Square, purchased by CIRE, is the larger of the two centers and is located at the NWC of 59th Avenue and Bell Road. It is a 221,388 SF community shopping center built in 1992 and is anchored by a Winco Foods (not included in the sale). Other tenants at the time of sale include Compass Bank, Lina Home Furnishings, Floor & Décor, Hi-Health, T-Mobile, & El Pollo Loco among others. It sold for $24,600,000 ($111.12/SF).“CIRE was attracted to the long term potential of the property as well as the attractive demographics and one of the best performing retail submarkets in all the Phoenix area,“ said Dempsey.Arrowhead Plaza, a retail shopping center located on the SEC of 67th Avenue & Beardsley Road sold for $14,000,000 ($166.00/SF) and was purchased by Beardsley-67th Avenue LLC. The center was built in 1990 and includes 84,389 SF of retail space. At the time of sale the center was 95.2% occupied with anchors Ace Hardware, Tuesday Morning, and 99¢ Only Store.Fincham says, ”Arrowhead Plaza provided the buyer and opportunity, via a 1031 exchange, to add to their extensive portfolio of well located shopping centers including their adjacent Denaro Plaza.”last_img read more

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Trump, in Florida, calls female accusers ‘horrible liars’

first_img Published: October 13, 2016 1:44 PM EDT Updated: October 13, 2016 7:16 PM EDT Trump, in Florida, calls female accusers ‘horrible liars’ WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) – Rocked by allegations of sexual assault, Donald Trump on Thursday lashed out at his female accusers as “horrible, horrible liars” as the deeply divisive presidential campaign sank further into charges and countercharges of predatory treatment of women.The Republican businessman devoted much of his talk in West Palm Beach to defending himself against multiple reports of inappropriate sexual behavior – accusations that he blamed on Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the news media.“These vicious claims about me, of inappropriate conduct with women, are totally and absolutely false. And the Clintons know it,” Trump declared. His accusers, he said, “are horrible people. They’re horrible, horrible liars.”The comments came minutes after he called a reporter “a sleazebag” for asking whether Trump had ever touched or groped a woman without her consent.First lady Michelle Obama, meanwhile, offered an emotional counterargument in battleground New Hampshire, warning that Trump’s behavior sends a dangerous message to the nation’s children.“The belief that you can do anything you want to a woman, it is cruel, it is frightening, and the truth is it hurts,” Obama said. She added, “We can’t expose our children to this any longer, not for another minute, let alone for four years.”The New York Times and the Palm Beach Post on Wednesday reported stories about three women who alleged Trump had inappropriately touched them. Separately, a People Magazine reporter wrote a detailed first-person account of being attacked by Trump while interviewing the businessman and his wife, Melania Trump.Trump said the claims “are all fabricated.”“They’re pure fiction, and they’re outright lies. These events never happened,” he said at the West Palm Beach rally.He added, “I will not allow the Clinton machine to turn our campaign into a discussion of their slanders and lies.”The crowd in West Palm Beach lent full-throated support to Trump.“What he said in public is a hundred times less than what [Clinton] did in public,” said Joe Guido, one of several thousand in attendance at the rally.Some lined up as early as 4 a.m., eight hours before the scheduled start time and nine hours before Trump actually took the stage. Many came ready with signs and Trump-themed gear.Many of Trump’s backers remain unmoved by the allegations, saying they’re behind Trump until the end.“I have never had any problems thinking he wouldn’t make it to the end, and i still feel that way, even through everything they put up against him,” Trump supporter Helen Holmberg said. “He’s still going strong and I think if he has that confidence, we need to have that confidence in him.”Trump’s campaign signaled Thursday that it would spend the election’s final month relitigating Bill Clinton’s marital affairs and unproven charges of sexual assault, as well as what Trump says is Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s role in intimidating the women who were involved.The developments come less than a week after the publication of a 2005 recording in which the Republican nominee boasted of using his fame to kiss and grab women without their consent.In an interview broadcast Thursday, the soap opera actress in the video said Trump’s comments were offensive. But actress Arianne Zucker, on NBC’s “Today,” said she wasn’t shocked, given “that type of personality.”The revelation of the video last Friday prompted many Republicans to withdraw their support for Trump – with some calling for him to drop out of the race – though a handful have since switched back to supporting him.Clinton adviser Jennifer Palmieri said the latest revelations match “everything we know about the way Donald Trump has treated women.”Taken together, the stories about Trump and his retorts about Bill Clinton have plunged an already rancorous campaign to new lows. The real estate mogul has also aggressively charged that Hillary Clinton not only needs to be defeated in November but also imprisoned: “Honestly, she should be locked up,” he said Thursday.And his campaign is facing questions about ties to Russian interests accused of hacking Democratic groups, as well as the hacking of a top Clinton adviser’s emails.For Trump, the cumulative effect appears to be a tumble in the battleground states he needs to win in November. What was already a narrow path to the 270 Electoral College votes needed for victory is virtually indiscernible for Trump unless there’s a significant shake-up in the race between now and Nov. 8Rather than trying to make up ground by shifting attention back to issues like trade that have energized Trump backers and could appeal to new voters, the Republican campaign appears to be moving swiftly to make Bill Clinton’s past a centerpiece of its campaign.Building on Trump’s decision to bring three Bill Clinton accusers to last week’s presidential debate, the Republican nominee is expected to have the women appear with him on stage at rallies and do television interviews, according to a person briefed on the plan but not authorized to discuss it publicly. They were not on stage in West Palm Beach.The Trump campaign’s hope is to showcase the decades-old accusations to young voters, particularly women, who may not have been old enough to remember the controversies that dogged the Clintons in the 1990s. If the campaign can’t get them to vote for Trump, the hope is that they will stay home and depress turnout, which would likely hurt Democrats.But it’s unclear whether Trump’s strategy is even aimed at winning the election at this point.Increasingly, Trump’s campaign feels like an opportunity for longtime Clinton opponents to air decades worth of grievances about the Democratic power couple on the biggest stage in American politics.Trump confidant and informal adviser Roger Stone has long encouraged Trump to make Bill Clinton’s alleged assaults and the way his wife treated his accusers a centerpiece of the campaign. Steve Bannon, the campaign’s chief executive, ran Breitbart News, a conservative website that eagerly promotes conspiracy theories about the Clintons.Hillary Clinton, who is on pace to become America’s first female president if her lead holds, has tried to stay above the fray. She has yet to respond directly to Trump’s decision to resurrect accusations about her husband.Back in New Hampshire, Michelle Obama said, “Enough is enough.”“This has got to stop right now. Because consider this: If all of this is painful to us as grown women, what do you think this is doing to our children?”Trump is headed to Cincinnati for his next appearance, while running mate Mike Pence is scheduled to be in Pensacola and Miami on Friday. Related Articles: Author: Associated Press SHARE Do you see a typo or an error? Let us know.last_img read more

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Clippers end season by scoring six runs in bottom of ninth and winning 9-8

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Photo/Jason GoormanBut the Clippers did not quit.Nolan Bryant doubled, then Ryan Blake-Jones knocked in two runs to cut Muskegon’s deficit to 8-5.Cameron Bair and Connor Henderson each singled to load the bases for Ethan Hajdukovic, who represented the tying run.Hajdukovic hit a bullet toward the Loggers’ center fielder and the ball took a bad bounce, rolling far behind the defender. Three runs scored on the play to even the score at 8-8.Montague’s Jacob Buchberger closed the game and the season with a walk-off single up the middle to complete the comeback win.The Clippers ended the season with an 18-23 record, but still managed to finish with a three-game winning streak.Austin Batka makes the play from the mound for Muskegon. Photo/Jason Goorman“I am so proud of these guys,” said Clippers Manager Walt Gawkowski. “We got behind early again like we have done a million times. but there was no quit and they battled. They are great kids and I will miss them.”The Clippers will look to regroup next season after a disappointing first season in the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate Baseball League.“We learned a lot this year. but we will look forward, and I am proud of our entire organization,” Gawkowski said. “We can do really good things here and we will do it better.”The game started sloppy for the Clippers, who allowed five runs on two hits, five walks and two errors in the first inning, giving Grand River a 5-0 lead.Muskegon responded in the second inning with a solo home run from Hajdukovic to cut its deficit to 5-1.The Clippers added a run in the sixth inning on an RBI double by Buchberger.The Loggers responded with a run in the seventh frame on a home run from Logan Hudson.Muskegon made the score 6-3 in the bottom half of the seventh on an RBI single by Blake-Jones.Grand River countered with a run in both the eighth and ninth innings to take a seemingly safe 8-3 lead. 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