Pima Center - A 209 Acre Multi-Use Business Park
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Loop 101 business corridor filling fast
7/4/2007 - By Angelique Soenarie
More commercial developments are popping up along the Loop 101 corridor through the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community.
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Native influence - Center developed in collaboration with Indian community
8/25/2006 - By Kerry Duff
"Where have you been all my life?" That's the question business owners are asking themselves after seeing the variety of commercial space available for lease at the new Pima Center at the Loop 101 and Via de Ventura in Scottsdale.
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Long-anticipated projects benefit Salt River community, Scottsdale
7/28/2006 - By Peter Corbett
Business park developments along Loop 101 on the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community seem to have sprouted like weeds after a rain, but the long-term lease deals go back more than seven years.
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Building cooperation between developers and Indian communities
7/2/2006 - By John Yantis
TEAM: From left to right, Gerry Blomquist, developer; Russell Ray, a landowner, and Curtis Brown, of Ross Brown Partners, have all worked together to create the Pima Center, a 209 acre business park on the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian

Sarah Regnier For the Tribune

Doing business on an Indian community requires trust - years of it. Gerry Blomquist spent seven years putting together the deal that would result in the Pima Center, a multiuse business straddling Loop 101. The project is on 209 acres of land controlled by some 200 family members on the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community.
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Pima Center Project Finally Eyes Groundbreaking
4/13/2004 - By Lee Simmons
PHOENIX-Details of the first phase of the massive Pima Center business park project at Via de Ventura and Loop 101 are beginning to emerge, as developers map out the industrial and office components of the 209-acre property. The park is the largest third-party lease on Native American land in US history.
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Arizona Indians Turn to Real Estate Development
12/24/2003 - By Terry Pristin
Scottsdale, Ariz., Dec. 18—Rechanda Howard, a soft-spoken member of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, remembers how her grandfather, Joseph Ray, used to talk about the 90 acres of remote arid land that the federal government allotted to his family in 1913. “He said the land would never be worth anything,” said Mrs. Howard, now a grandmother herself.
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E.V. Indian Community bets future on Loop 101
12/5/2003 - By John Yantis
It’s hard to believe with all the recent building, but the Loop 101 freeway corridor in Scottsdale and Mesa is nothing like it’s supposed to be a decade from now.
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Massive complex set on tribal land: Business Park off Loop 101 in hot spot near Scottsdale
12/2/2003 - By Glen Creno and Peter Corbett
A Phoenix company is planning what is says could be a $600 million business park on tribal land near north Scottsdale, the second large development announced in the past six months along a coveted eight-mile stretch of Loop 101.
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Landmark business park will boost E.V.
12/2/2003 - By Edward Gately
A massive parcel of land west of Loop 101 and north of Via de Ventura is now slated to house a business park with at least 4 million square feet of office, industrial, retail, hotel and other commercial space.
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Massive center planned for Indian land near Loop 101
12/2/2003 - By Edward Gately
A parcel of land on the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community between Loop 101 and the Scottsdale city limits will be home to a massive commercial project, part of the Indian community’s plan to develop land near the freeway.
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Business park planned for tribal land
12/1/2003 - By Mike Padgett
A hotel and various office and retail buildings are proposed for a 209-acre business park on the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community located just east of Scottsdale.
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