Investment Company, Virtua Partners, Set to
Deface Phoenix Metro Area
Virtua Partners public relations
stated that the investment firm purchased the Villa de Paz
Golf Course: 118 acres for $1.3 million. At the time, the
golf course was operating under the newly formed Villa De
Paz Property Holdings, LLC.
So Virtua Partners can do as so
many developers have done to residents across the
nation: blight the property in hopes of
Villa de Paz's lush, greenery was an oasis for
human and animal alike in the blaring heat of the
Virtua bought a little piece of heaven... to turn
it into that proverbial parking lot.
This photo shows what
developers do. The sprinklers in the back ground are on because the Villa de Paz residents called and complained
about the blighted conditions.
If Virtua Partners has bought
land for development in your area, then these degraded
conditions are what you have to look forward to.
This example makes Virtua
Partners and defacing property synonymous.
The City of Phoenix's
Infilling and Virtua Partners disfigurement are unwelcome
in Villa de Paz.