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Two malls, two hotels, four office buildings and a Christian university are the top property taxpayers in the city of Phoenix, according to a new report by CommercialCafe.com, a commercial real estate blog and research service. Grand Canyon University — an arm of Grand Canyon Education Inc. (LOPE) — is the top property taxpayer in Phoenix paying $6.5 million in 2016, according to CommercialCafe’s analysis of tax records. The Christian university is an arm of for-profit publicly traded Grand Canyon Education so it pays property taxes unlike nonprofits and public institutions.
The Education Department will rewrite the rules, known as 'gainful employment' regulations, to make them 'fair, effective and improved.'