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Electric-vehicle company Lucid Motors plans Casa Grande plant (Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents landowners who helped make this project a reality.) AZCentral: “[Lucid Motors] announced plans Tuesday for an assembly plant... that could bring up to 2,000 jobs over five years. [The electric-car company] plans to start constructing the $700 million plant in... 2017 [and] could begin producing electric luxury sedans by... 2018.” Click through for a quick look at the vehicles in action, plus info on how “Arizona helped secure its piece of the ambitious, transnational effort.” (And for yesterday’s full press-conference, see Dealmaker item below.) http://bit.ly/2fRp9Mk
 
Lucid Car Company YouTube Video. WATCH: Lucid Car Company, State, County and City officials announce the big Casa Grande deal -- one of the biggest things that could happen for the State of Arizona! (Note: Last we checked, the press conference starts around the 9:30 mark on the YouTube time bar. So don’t forget to swipe forward -- you know, unless you happen to get a kick out of time spent staring at company logos.) http://bit.ly/2gKHQ1W
 
How Arizona and Casa Grande beat 60 markets to land a $700M auto plant. Brian Barron, Lucid Motors director of manufacturing: “Arizona made us feel as if they were more of a partner for our success... We believe in Casa Grande, and we believe that we have picked the best location for our facility.” But what specifically “helped seal the deal”? Find out in this Phoenix Business Journal “EXCLUSIVE”---> http://bit.ly/2fE5p0m
 
Casa Grande officials pledge to make sure Lucid Motors gets to finish line. Kevin Reagan reports in Casa Grande Dispatch: “[Mayor Bob Jackson] sees [Lucid’s] arrival as a catalyst that will propel Casa Grande into being a leader in technology and advanced manufacturing. There will not be any delays in this [500-acre] development on behalf of the city, Jackson promised, as he expressed a desire to speedily move the project forward.” http://bit.ly/2gGqgzS
 
What happened to Mountain Shadows Resort? “After laying fallow for more than a decade in tony Paradise Valley, retro glam returns with... a 183-room hotel, 42 hotel condominiums, a new restaurant and bar headed by chef Chuck Wiley, an 18-hole short course (all par 3), fitness center, swimming pool, event space and more. [Expected] to open in early 2017.”  See the renderings, plus go back in time with “Only in Arizona” columnist Mark Nothaft who serves up vintage photos and gives us a glimpse of Mountain Shadows’ Rat-Pack-esque history -- in AZCentral. http://bit.ly/2gl6CZv  
 
Scottsdale group planning $25M country club for car buffs in Maricopa. (Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents the developer of Apex Motorsports Club.) Phoenix Business Journal: “Scottsdale-based Private Motorsports Group is under contract to buy [280 acres] in the city of Maricopa near Highway 347 and State Route 238.... Apex Motorsports Club... is slated to have a four-mile asphalt race track, a kart track, 200 car condominiums and 12,000-square-foot club house.” http://bit.ly/2g7bJcX
 
$63M Mesa multifamily project breaks ground. “[L]ocated at 8350 E. Baseline Rd., [Aviva, from multifamily developer Housing Trust Group], will consist of 325 one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments, a large state-of-the-art clubhouse, a 150-foot resort-style pool, and extensive green space. Monthly rents will range from $1,050 to $1,500.” For further design details and renderings of this “luxury gated community,” click to AZRE. http://bit.ly/2gGxfsu
 
Construction starts on Mesa light-rail extension to Gilbert Road. “After a delay of a few months, initial work on the segment began in October...”  But don’t bolt for the train station just yet, because you’ll be super early -- “[c]ompletion is expected in about two years.” For a preview of the artwork and a look at the roundabout rendering, plus info on the construction timeline, see Chris Coppola’s report in AZCentral. http://bit.ly/2gy1FKB
 
Home prices recover ground lost during bust. “[P]rices have climbed back above the record reached more than a decade ago, bringing to a close the worst period for the housing market since the Great Depression...” Zillow’s chief economist Svenja Gudell, index co-developer Robert Shiller, Fannie Mae’s chief economist Doug Duncan, and Redfin’s chief economist -- all share their views in this Wall Street Journal report on the latest S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller U.S. National Home Price indexhttp://bit.ly/2g7hwiS

 
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Because you are an informed person, as a supplement to the Dealmaker, we are providing you 3 (sometimes more/less) non-real estate related articles we thought you might enjoy!

Exclusive: Mike Allen and Jim VandeHei reveal their plan for media domination. “The much-anticipated new media venture from Politico co-founder and former C.E.O. Jim VandeHei and Mike Allen, the founding father of its Playbook newsletter (the lifeblood of the enterprise for years), has been shrouded in mystery since the duo departed earlier this year.... [T]heir new company will be called Axios... And Allen will return with a newsletter that ‘cuts across our topic areas.’” Read all about the launch in Vanity Fair. http://bit.ly/2fM1tpt
 
‘Health index’ scores Arizona counties on residents’ welfare, major health issues. “Diabetes, hypertension and depression are the biggest problems facing Arizona counties, according to a new nationwide health index map that also scored counties on whether they tend to be more healthy or less.” Further findings from this Blue Cross Blue Shield Association study in Cronkite Newshttp://bit.ly/2gGpWBi
 
If Trump tweets it, is it news? A quandary for the news media. “How to cover a president’s pronouncements when they are both provocative and maddeningly vague? Does an early-morning tweet amount to a planned shift in American policy? Should news outlets, as some readers argue, ignore clearly untrue tweets, rather than amplify falsehoods further?” Media columnists Michael M. Grynbaum and Sydney Ember explore, in The New York Times. http://bit.ly/2gKCx2E

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