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  • 4 Coworking Spaces Switching Up Downtown’s Office Culture

    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 Stewart High Rise Blends Old and New in Adaptive Reuse of Circles Building

    The 19-story high rise apartment project adaptively reuses part of a historic car dealership, the 1947 Stewart Motor Co. more >

  • 11 Downtown Things to Look Forward to in 2018

    We’re only a couple weeks into the year and it’s already proving to be great. And lucky for us, there’s even more greatness to come. From new restaurants and renovations, to shade trees, music festivals and more — 2018 is going to be a year to remember. Arizona Center Makeover — Fall  2018 Sayonara, sandstone. In […] more >

  • 1,500 New Downtown Employees in Spring 2018: The Innovative Business Boom

    When Kyle Fisher moved here from San Francisco in June of 2017, Downtown Phoenix took him by surprise. “Phoenix has a draw that I didn’t anticipate,” he said. “I’ve been pleasantly surprised this entire time, and I’m excited to explore it more.” Fisher works at the tech startup Fin, a new personal assistant app that combines […] more >

  • 5 Small Businesses We Love and You Should Too

    Five downtown businesses that are making an impact in the community (and happen to love #dtphx as much as we do). more >

  • Urban Eye Care Brings Unique Eyewear, Optometric Services to Downtown Phoenix

    Small businesses provide strength and vitality to our city, and the latest one to open in Downtown Phoenix is a sight for sore eyes (literally). Owned by local downtown resident, Jason Klepfisz, Urban Eye Care opened its doors to the community at the end of August. The business is a full-service optometric clinic with independent […] more >

  • Historic Monroe Street Abbey Update: Dreams of a Mixed-Use Community Space Take Shape

    The Monroe Street Abbey contains more than just memories. It has captured the collective imagination of the community. “It’s amazing that so many people are anxious for this place to get going — and so am I!” said Katherine Patry, a board member with the Housing Opportunity Center, which owns the building. Getting it to this […] more >

  • PopPHX Spotlights Small, Lesser-Known Boutiques

    As the demand for parking, grocery stores and retail shops in Downtown Phoenix grows, so does a desire for quality and convenience. PopPHX aspires to provide both in hopes that Downtown will improve its retail presence. PopPHX is a grassroots initiative dedicated to showcasing local merchants through pop-up shops. Ashley Bourget, a project manager with […] more >

  • Key Players Help Downtown Phoenix Become Valley’s Premier Music Destination

    With the opening of The Van Buren music club, Downtown Phoenix now offers venues at nearly every occupancy level. more >

  • Summer Deals Keep Downtown’s New Marriott Highrise Cool This Season

    Since opening in May, Arizona residents started hopping aboard the summer deal train at the dual-brand Residence Inn and Courtyard in Downtown Phoenix. more >

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