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With it’s bright turquoise and coral accents, lifelike bears, and small robots at the bottom, the 75-foot surrealist m...
You can’t spell heart without art and Art Detour 30 is just that — the heart of downtown’s thriving ar...
Downtown Phoenix is getting ready to roll out new artist-designed bike racks, and the design prototypes will be unveiled...
We’re pedaling art. During the 30th anniversary of Art Detour, Phoenix’s original art walk festival, we’ll be hosting a bike-themed exhibition. In addition to original works for sale by amazingly talented local artists, we’ll be unveiling the winning prototypes of the Pedal to the Metal: PHX Bike Rack Project. Functional, yet stylish — these bike racks […] more >
Arizona Cocktail Weekend is back and better than ever — and for the first year, exclusively held across 14 venues in Downtown Phoenix. From cocktail dinners and bartender throw downs to exclusive happy hours and more, here’s a complete rundown of all the Arizona Cocktail Weekend events. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16 7-9 p.m. / Sake To […] more >
It’s that time of year again — Valentine’s Day. Whether you’re spending the day with your sweetheart, a group of friends or just want to treat yo’self, there are 50-plus shades of things to do in Downtown Phoenix. Valentine’s Day (Feb. 14) falls on a Wednesday this year with celebrations and events scattered throughout the […] more >
It seems the average consumer has been inching closer to making everyday life more sustainable and convenient. They are doing so through alternative living spaces such as Airbnb and shared driving services like Uber and Lyft. In just the past couple of years, coworking spaces have opened in Downtown Phoenix, and are switching up the […] more >
The 19-story high rise apartment project adaptively reuses part of a historic car dealership, the 1947 Stewart Motor Co. more >
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