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Starting now and every day through November, you can find world-class theater, music and dance right in the heart of th...
On Saturday, Sept. 15, from 1-6 p.m., Downtown Phoenix Inc. invites beer lovers and city lovers from far and wide to get...
The Churchill, Downtown Phoenix’s first marketplace made from repurposed shipping containers, is slated to celebra...
The area between Roosevelt and Van Buren streets, Central Avenue west to Seventh Avenue is leading residential development activity in Downtown Phoenix. more >
Downtown Phoenix diners now have a new spot to grab a quick and casual breakfast, lunch or raspberry cream cheese danish with the grand opening of la Madeleine French Bakery and Café on Wednesday, August 15. Located on the ground floor of the historic 1929 Luhrs Tower of Luhrs City Center at 45 W. Jefferson, the […] more >
Fall is right around the corner (okay, technically it’s like a month away). But we can’t. hardly. wait. With any luck, reading about 75-degree weather and festivals every weekend will cool down our body temps and make August slightly more bearable. So just sit back, relax, and visualize all the fun we’re about to have — […] more >
Summer in Downtown Phoenix means spectacular sunsets, popping pool parties and some pretty toasty temps. Luckily, downtown is a treasure trove filled with creative cocktails to help cool you down when temperatures are on the rise. With more than 190 bars and restaurants, and countless cocktails to choose from, finding the perfect pour can be daunting. […] more >
Development in Downtown Phoenix has reached breakneck speed. So much so, it’s hard to keep up. We all know there’s a Fry’s grocery store going in next to CityScape Phoenix – which can’t come soon enough. But did you know we’re also getting two new breweries, a 30-story high-rise apartment, and an office building that […] more >
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