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  • Catellus Wins Nod to Develop ASU’s Athletic Facilities District

    Arizona State University has enlisted Catellus Development Corporation as master developer for its ASU Athletic Facilities District, a mixed-use, 330-acre development. The district, which is envisioned to be a model for urban neighborhood design and sustainability, will be located at the northeast end of ASU’s Tempe campus, which neighbors the university, downtown Tempe and major collegiate and amateur sports venues.

    Phoenix 12 October 2014 14:32

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