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Mixed-use project near State Farm Stadium dubbed ‘District at Sportsman’s Park, Glendale’

PHOENIX – A planned mixed-used development in the shadow of State Farm Stadium will be known as “District at Sportsman’s Park, Glendale,” the West Valley suburb announced Wednesday.The city of Glendale, the Arizona Cardinals and developer Plaza Companies are collaborating on the project at the southeast corner of 95th Avenue and Cardinals Way, just south of the stadium.The chosen moniker extends the existing brand of several venues on the stadium grounds: the Great Lawn at Sportsman’s Park, Heritag...

PHOENIX – A planned mixed-used development in the shadow of State Farm Stadium will be known as “District at Sportsman’s Park, Glendale,” the West Valley suburb announced Wednesday.

The city of Glendale, the Arizona Cardinals and developer Plaza Companies are collaborating on the project at the southeast corner of 95th Avenue and Cardinals Way, just south of the stadium.

The chosen moniker extends the existing brand of several venues on the stadium grounds: the Great Lawn at Sportsman’s Park, Heritage at Sportsman’s Park and South Lawn at Sportsman’s Park.

“The connection between District at Sportsman’s Park, Glendale and State Farm Stadium — and its adjacent Great Lawn — brings a unique opportunity for an enhanced guest and user experience year-round as we continue to add amenities such as Heritage at Sportsman’s Park and the BetMGM Sportsbook,” Cardinals owner Michael Bidwill said in a press release.

“We look forward to collaborating with Plaza Companies and the city of Glendale to create a distinctive mixed-use business center that attracts companies, creates jobs and enhances our exceptional regional amenities.”

The District at Sportsman’s Park, Glendale is one of several major projects in the works near State Farm Stadium. The BetMGM Sportsbook is being built on the north side of the Great Lawn, while the massive VAI Resort beach-themed hotel and the Mattel Adventure Park are under construction just west of the mixed-use development site.

The Glendale City Council green-lighted the District in August 2021. Plans call for office space, restaurants, retail stores and multi-family residential units along with parking that can be used by stadium and resort visitors.

“This project will create new employment opportunities for the community, attract business and commerce to the area and will provide additional enhancements for this critically important area of Glendale,” City Manager Kevin Phelps said in the release.

“We look forward to continuing to work with Plaza Companies and the Arizona Cardinals on this project as we create a new economic engine for the community and a dynamic live, work experience in Glendale that is unrivaled in the region.”

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Massive 200-acre mixed-use project proposed near Valley entertainment district

The city of Glendale is looking to transform a massive property next to its sports and entertainment district into a master-planned development with office, retail, hotel, commercial and high-density housing.Dubbed Vision 2, the development could be built on about 200 acres between Glendale Avenue and Ball park Boulevard just west of the Loop 101, according to documents submitted to the city.On May 26, Glendale's planning commission is holding a public hearing for an application to rezone about 160 acres of the property to a pl...

The city of Glendale is looking to transform a massive property next to its sports and entertainment district into a master-planned development with office, retail, hotel, commercial and high-density housing.

Dubbed Vision 2, the development could be built on about 200 acres between Glendale Avenue and Ball park Boulevard just west of the Loop 101, according to documents submitted to the city.

On May 26, Glendale's planning commission is holding a public hearing for an application to rezone about 160 acres of the property to a planned area development to allow for the mix of uses like class A office, medical services, research and development, hotels, regional shopping, restaurants and theaters, among others.

The application request was submitted by the city of Glendale on behalf of Emrland LLP, an entity connected to Ron Rovey, and Ferrantino Enterprises AZ LLC, an entity connected to Michael Ferrantino, the documents said.

It's unclear who the developer of the project will be, but the project narrative said the development partners of Vision 2 will work with stakeholders and community members throughout the development process.

"Utilizing input from all stakeholders as well as the guidelines established by this document, Vision 2 will be a model for future large-scale development project," according to the documents.

In addition, documents said a project of this scope and magnitude may develop out over a long period of time. The planned area development will guide various phases as they occur and the infrastructure will create the backbone framework for the master plan uses, the project narrative said.

The planned area development will provide opportunities for various land uses including employment and office space for various types of tenants with an emphasis on attracting corporate headquarters, documents submitted to the city said.

"The overall project concept is to create a high-energy urban-style mixed-use development revolving around a broad spectrum of employment and service opportunities," documents said. "Virtually all of the contemplated components of the proposed project are currently under-served in this western area of the city."

Overall, the PAD will provide a foundation for high intensity, pedestrian active, mixed-use and urban developments located in close proximity to Glendale's sports and entertainment district.

It's envisioned as a place for residents to visit, work, shop and live with large scale office or residential developments, spaces for small businesses and a pedestrian and bicycle-friendly environment.

The planned area development will also establish development and design standards to "foster high-quality development and maximize potential for both private and public sectors," the project narrative said.

The property itself has regional access or is in close proximity to the Loop 101 and the future Northern Parkway alignment. It's also at the hub of a regional transportation network with major arterial streets and freeways and potential future light rail lines, according to the documents.

Not far from the property, VAI Resort is currently under construction and is slated to bring more than 1,200 luxury hotel suites and rooms, a 360-degree concert stage, 13 fine dining restaurants, white sand beaches and Caribbean-blue water.

Last year, the city of Glendale also approved an agreement with Peoria-based Plaza Cos. to collaborate on a new office anchored mixed-use development. It could potentially see about 600,000 square feet of new class A office space, 60,000 square feet of retail, restaurant and entertainment space, new hotels and about 230 apartment units on 62 acres near State Farm Stadium.

Cards QB Kyler Murray reacts to Roe v. Wade decision

“No one should be able to force their beliefs on anyone’s body, that is not right. Sending love to our women,” Murray tweeted to his followers.ARIZONA, USA — Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray weighed in Friday on the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.“No one should be able to force their beliefs on anyone’s body, that is not right. Sending l...

“No one should be able to force their beliefs on anyone’s body, that is not right. Sending love to our women,” Murray tweeted to his followers.

ARIZONA, USA — Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray weighed in Friday on the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.

“No one should be able to force their beliefs on anyone’s body, that is not right. Sending love to our women,” Murray tweeted to his followers.

No one should be able to force their beliefs on anyone’s body, that is not right. Sending love to our women.

— Kyler Murray (@K1) June 24, 2022

The Supreme Court decision ends nearly 50 years of federally guaranteed access to abortion and will have long-term consequences for reproductive health.

The consequences for women in Arizona now that Roe v. Wade has been overturned will undoubtedly limit their healthcare options in the state.

One analysis by the data journalism site Stacker concludes Arizona will be impacted more than any other state because of its political climate, its affected population and the average distance to an abortion clinic out-of-state, which would be 247 miles.

Arizona's quarterback still doesn't have the long-term contract extension he's seeking, but was a full-go for one of the Cardinals' final mandatory offseason workouts earlier this month.

The No. 1 overall pick of the 2019 draft, Murray has been one of the NFL's most dynamic quarterbacks in two seasons in the desert. He's already a two-time Pro Bowler and last season led the Cardinals to the playoffs for the first time since 2015.

Murray is set to earn $5.5 million this season and $29.7 million next year after his fifth-year option was picked up.

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The city of Phoenix is home to five major professional sports league teams; The NFL's Arizona Cardinals, NBA's Phoenix Suns, WNBA’s Phoenix Mercury, MLB's Arizona Diamondbacks and NHL's Arizona Coyotes.

The Cardinals have made the State Farm Stadium in Glendale their home turf and the Footprint Center in downtown Phoenix is home to both the Suns and the Mercury. The Indoor Football League’s Arizona Rattlers also play at the Footprint. Phoenix has a soccer team with the USL's Phoenix Rising FC.

The Valley hosts multiple major sporting events on a yearly basis, including college football's Fiesta Bowl and Cactus Bowl; the PGA Tour’s highest-attended event, the Waste Management Phoenix Open; NASCAR events each spring and fall; and Cactus League Spring Training.

State awards first affordable housing tax credit dollars to be used in Glendale

Gorman and Company is the first to receive the state housing tax credit, and plans to build more than 350 affordable units near Glendale and 67th Ave.GLENDALE, Ariz. — The demand for affordable housing is ramping up in the Valley. State experts say Arizona is short hundreds of thousands of units and the struggle is intensifying.One year ago, Arizona housing director Tom Simplot, said Arizona was 250,000 units short of the needs across the state.“We now know with the influx of new residents and the escalating ...

Gorman and Company is the first to receive the state housing tax credit, and plans to build more than 350 affordable units near Glendale and 67th Ave.

GLENDALE, Ariz. — The demand for affordable housing is ramping up in the Valley. State experts say Arizona is short hundreds of thousands of units and the struggle is intensifying.

One year ago, Arizona housing director Tom Simplot, said Arizona was 250,000 units short of the needs across the state.

“We now know with the influx of new residents and the escalating number grown to 270,000 units that we need across Arizona,” Simplot said. Most of the demand is in Maricopa County.

The new state housing tax credit program is being used to support developers in financing part of their project costs. It was signed into law by Gov. Doug Ducey in 2021. The legislation opens up $4 million every year for four years, which could be used to leverage up to $160 million to build affordable homes.

Gorman and Company is the first developer to receive state housing tax credits from the Arizona department of housing. They’re using it to turn an empty 13-acre lot near 67th Ave. and Glendale, into hundreds of new affordable housing units, said company president & CEO, Brian Swanton.

“It’s going to be a very high quality affordable housing development here in Glendale," Swanton said. The development will be called Centerline on Glendale, and will house more than 350 affordable units. Total development will cost more than $90 million. The company received $2 million state housing tax credit dollars for part of the project.

“It incentives private corporations who have tax liability in the state to reinvest their tax liability into affordable housing production," Swanton said. "It’s a great way to get private activity involved in solving a very complex issue which is the lack of affordable housing.”

This new workforce housing will be open to households earning at or below 60-percent of the county-wide median income. Swanton said it will target families earning less than $50,000 per year.

Swanton estimates it'll take about two years for the project to be finished because of labor and supply chain shortages. It also includes plans for a special commercial kitchen on site for up to 100 entrepreneurs and aspiring chefs to prepare and serve food out in the community.

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Glendale Mattel Adventure Park announces new Barbie, Masters of the Universe rides and attractions

A Mattel theme park opening in Glendale in 2023 will now include Barbie and Masters of the Universe attractions.Planned alongside what is expected to be Arizona's largest hotel at 1,200 rooms, VAI Resort in Glendale, the Mattel Adventure Park previously announced it would include a Hot Wheels roller co...

A Mattel theme park opening in Glendale in 2023 will now include Barbie and Masters of the Universe attractions.

Planned alongside what is expected to be Arizona's largest hotel at 1,200 rooms, VAI Resort in Glendale, the Mattel Adventure Park previously announced it would include a Hot Wheels roller coaster and Thomas the Tank Engine indoor themed park.

The venue on Thursday unveiled additional plans such as a handful of Barbie attractions and other games.

What to expect

The attractions include:

The Mattel park and VAI Resort, previously called Crystal Lagoons, were originally set to open ahead of the 2023 Super Bowl at State Farm Stadium but will now open in spring 2023.

The resort announced an ownership change last month, along with plans to nearly double the number of hotel rooms it planned to initially offer.

Epic Resort Destination President Mark Cornell said he was excited to add more attractions and rides to the development.

"We have spared no expense to bring these iconic brands to life in ways that will delight visitors of all ages for years to come,” said Cornell.

Reach reporter Taylor Seely at tseely@arizonarepublic.com or 480-476-6116. Follow her on Twitter @taylorseely95 or Instagram @taylor.azc.

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