Tucson

Four Tips for Creating Your Ideal Arizona Desert Garden

Desert gardening takes a different type of green thumb. After all, desert conditions consist of low water availability, low-nutrient soil, and exceptionally high temperatures. Despite the desert’s inadequate environment for growing most plants, places such as Arizona contain a lush diversity of flora acclimated to the climate. So, while an Arizona garden may not contain the garden staples you’re used to, there are so many vibrant plants to bring your outdoor space to life.

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Remote Workers Flock to Tucson

As workers from expensive, dense cities pivot to working from home, many of them have realized they can live much more comfortably in cities like Tucson. COVID-19 has had a detrimental impact on nearly everyone, from individuals to businesses and beyond. A lot has changed to deal with the novel coronavirus — but not all of those changes are necessarily bad.
 
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Best Takeout in Tucson

We could all use a little convenient comfort nowadays. While businesses are beginning to open back up little by little, there are still so many great takeout options to enjoy in the safety and comfort of your own home. 

 

The Parish

 

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Purchasing Un-subdivided or Un-restricted Vacant Land

I’m often asked whether a particular vacant parcel has any deed restrictions. I get questions regarding building size or type requirements, time frames for building, height restrictions, areas on the lot that can only be used for building, or must remain unused, etc. When it comes down to it, if the property is located in a subdivision, there will typically be a set of parameters that one must follow. 
 

CC&R’s and Design Guidelines for a Subdivision

 
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Best Breweries Tucson

Despite its remote location and small size, Tucson has a recognized food and drink scene. Since 2015, this desert town has been a member of UNESCO's Creative Cities Network, meaning a part of the city’s mission is to promote and support local artisanal producers. It should come as no surprise that there are more than 20 local breweries in Tucson that offer a full range of delicious brews and fun atmospheres to boot. 
 
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Best Day Trips Outside of Tucson

Tucson, with its stately Saguaro cacti and desert landscape, is also situated close to a number of great day trip destinations. While hiking is an obvious choice, Tucson also has many other day trip options. And if you tire of the desert landscape, Tucson also offers a number of man-made lakes, historic attractions, and small artsy towns.
 

University of Arizona Biosphere 2

 
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Guest Blog: The Sonoran Summer is Closing...

For many, Labor Day often signifies the end of the summer. It means back to school, no more vacation, and bittersweet feelings of seeing summer’s end. 
 
When summer is coming to a close in Tucson, there is also a bit of skip to everyone's step. Folks that have lived in the Sonoran desert for a while know that once the UA students make their way back to campus, it signifies that summer is winding down and fall is right around the corner. It also means that there’s excitement in the air! 
 
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