Alter Group announces two new leases at Riverwalk

Riverwalk, with the McDowell Mountains in the background.

Riverwalk, with the McDowell Mountains in the background.

The Alter Group has announced two leases at Riverwalk Arizona, a 176-acre mixed-use business park in Scottsdale.

Mytek Network Solutions, LLC will lease 8,333 square feet of space, and City Market Deli signed for 2,349 square feet; both companies will occupy the 7500 N. Dobson Road facility.

Michael J. Alter, president of the Chicago-based national corporate real estate development firm, announced the transactions.

MYTEK Network Solutions is a Phoenix based IT Consulting, Custom Software Development, and IT Services company. In addition to its recent ranking in Inc. Magazine’s 500 Fasting Growing Private U.S. Companies, MYTEK has been chosen the No. 1 network integrator for the second year in a row by Ranking Arizona.

Kathy Foster, senior vice president, Office Properties Solutions Group, Colliers International, represented MYTEK Network Solutions.  Kurt W. Rosene, Principal, Novo Development, represented The Alter Group.

Founded by Qisai “Q” Putrus and Randy Kassab, City Market Deli is an upscale eatery specializing in deli sandwiches, gourmet salads, wraps and breakfast items.

Kurt W. Rosene, Principal, Novo Development, represented The Alter Group.

One of the country’s largest developments on Native American land to date, Riverwalk Arizona will yield an estimated 1,500,000 square feet of corporate office and retail space, and create up to 15,000 new jobs.

Riverwalk Arizona is set on prime land owned by the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Community, home to the Pima and Maricopa Indians, descendants of the ancient Hohokam Indians.


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