SB+L | Monday, August 13, 2012        



(Scottsdale, Ariz.) - Expansion news leads off this post-Summer Olympics Weekday Edition…City Property Management is now servicing North Scottsdale’s Saguaro Estates. The family-owned company is involved with 88 lots at the community, which is a Toll Brothers project. Saguaro Estates is one of five communities that City Property Management recently added to its client list. The 33-year-old company currently manages over 270 homeowner associations throughout Arizona. Read more at

If you follow SB+L on Twitter, you know that James Beard Award-winner Robert McGrath has joined Market Street Kitchen. The famed chef, along with Keeler Hospitality Group, now seeks 45 employees for the restaurant, which is scheduled to open in DC Ranch this September. Market Street Kitchen is recruiting 30 “front of the house” and 15 “back of the house” employees. Interested applicants may attend a job fair that runs from Tuesday, August 14th through Wednesday, August 15th. Hours are 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on both days. Ideal candidates will have two years experience in the type of job for which they apply. The location for the fair is in the space formerly occupied by Heirloom at DC Ranch Marketplace. Market Street Kitchen’s locale is in the former Autostrada space. For more details, e-mail info@marketstreetkitchen.comVisit Keeler Hospitality Group online at       

  REAL ESTATE: City Property Management adds Saguaro Estates in Scottsdale to its client list

RECRUTING: Incoming DC Ranch restaurant Market Street Kitchen hosts a two-day job fair this week 


(Scottsdale, Ariz.) - What do high-tech phone systems, a pain relief device, a personal safety invention, and hip watches have in common? They’re all cutting-edge products with ties to Scottsdale. In our Innovators series in the August-September 2012 edition of our magazine, we profile Nextiva, LaserTouchOne, Spraytect™ (pictured below), and Remix Watches. Read about these products and get testimonials from actual customers. The feature is a sampling of the business-themed content in our new issue. We also present expert views on the “The State of Real Estate,” we provide professional advice on business dress codes for the hot months, and more. Click here to read the magazine edition for free. Here's another cool tip: Visit our Table of Contents on page 4 and click on any listing to be taken directly to that story.

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