2950 N. Lichtfield Road, Goodyear, AZ 85395
Larry R. Kramer
(623) 606-7007


LARRY KRAMER (623) 606-7007







Larry One Realty "The more miles we put into our business and personal lives, the
better prepared we are in accomplishing our goals. I am proud of
my Resume, which is my track record."

Larry Kramer has had years of experience in dealing with all phases of leasing space, investments, land, and consulting.

Each tenant has their own unique needs and Larry is a good listener, than he takes his tenants needs and packaging them together for success.

First of all, Larry thinks as a businessman having owned a company with three stores and a number of salesmen from Hawaii, Massachusetts and California.

He then couples his business and college BS degree in marketing from the University of Indiana and couples his extensive years in the field of real estate. This sets himself apart from the majority of Commercial Real Estate agents

Here are a couple examples: When representing a tenant, he remains involved throughout the entire length of the lease. This means if there are disagreements with the landlord, he will battle, at no charge, with the landlord as a representative of the tenant. In a nice way, he is the bad guy and not the tenant.

If the tenant wants to work on upgrading their marketing or expanding, he will assist with brainstorming, putting together a new website and business plan, etc.

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Regents approve $136M biosciences building in downtown Phoenix

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Phoenix Business Journal


At its regular meeting Thursday, the Arizona Board of Regents approved plans to build a $ 136 million, 10-story research building on the Phoenix Biomedical Campus.

The 245,000-square-foot structure is being designed by CO Architects and Ayers Saint Gross, while a joint venture between Phoenix and DPR Construction and Sundt Construction will serve as construction manager. Plans call for breaking ground by the end of this year. It is expected to take about 26 months to complete, creating 500 jobs in design and construction.

“It will mean more lab space for UA and give them even more tools to lead the way on neuroscience and cancer research and put an emphasis on health-care outcomes,” said Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton. “It is incredibly important that we keep the momentum going on this campus. One of the key components for our economic future is best represented by everything going on this campus.”

ABOR voted to use the last of the Stimulus Plan for Economic and Educational Development bonds that the Arizona Legislature originally approved in 2008. That bond money also was used to pay for the Health Sciences Education Building, which is just south of where the new building will be built near Seventh and Fillmore streets on the biomedical campus.

Another 360 permanent jobs will be created as a result of this new research center, called the Biosciences Partnership Building. On the bioscience campus master site plan it originally was going to be called the ABC II building. The first ABC I building is nestled between the University of Arizona College of Medicine buildings and another research building anchored by the Translational Genomics Research Institute.

Plans also are in the works to build another building between the ABC I and TGen structures. This is in addition to the $100 million outpatient cancer center currently under construction at the southwest corner of Fillmore and Seventh streets. That 220,000-square-foot structure is called the University of Arizona Cancer Center at Dignity Health’s St. Joseph’s, and is scheduled to be finished in July 2015. That facility is expected to employ 800 people.

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