Bobbie Lorraine Mastracci of Phoenix West Commercial

Bobbie Lorraine Mastracci of Phoenix West Commercial was named to the CCIM Institute’s 2021 Executive Committee.

On Tuesday, Dec. 1, Barro’s Pizza will host the ninth annual Doran Barro Holiday Hunger Fight benefiting St. Mary’s Food Bank. From open to close at all 44 locations across the Valley, the Barro family will donate 100% of the proceeds from all sales to help those in Arizona facing hard times during the holidays.

“This has been an incredibly tough year for so many in our community, so this year’s event means that much more,” said Mike Barro, co-owner of Barro’s Pizza. Last year, Barro’s Pizza set a record raising more than $260,000 for St. Mary’s Food Bank, and Barro’s is hoping to set a new record this year.

Richmond American Homes paid nearly $9 million to Raintree Investment Corp for 139 lots on 107th Avenue and Buckeye Road, according to commercial real estate tracker

Three- to five-bedroom homes at the Seasons at Vista Del Verde community will be priced in the $300,000-$350,000 range. For more information, visit

• Also in Avondale, shows Gehan Homes paid Brookfield Residential Properties $2.1 million for 47 “guaranteed finished lots” at South El Mirage Road and West Southern Avenue.

This will be Phase II of Alamar.

The recent launch of the first Alamar phase features the WholeARTedly Alamar Public Art Program.

Artists including John Nelson, Mary Shindell, Melissa Martinez, Fausto Fernandez, Neil Borowicz and Roy Wasson Valle are part of the first phase of a large-scale public art project.

“This is the first program of this scale,” said Greg Esser, the program curator. “It’s an unprecedented investment to commission artworks that are holistically designed into the community. It sets a new bar for residential communities.”

For information, email or call 480-625-4902.

• Congrats to Bobbie Lorraine Mastracci of Phoenix West Commercial. She was named to the CCIM Institute’s 2021 Executive Committee at the organization’s annual meeting. 

• In Goodyear, Pennsylvania-based snack food producer Utz paid $2 million for 12 acres on South Bullard Avenue, south of the Phoenix Goodyear Airport.