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  • Ways To Support Downtown Phoenix’s Homeless This Holiday Season

    Homelessness and poverty are year-round problems, but during the holidays, people tend to think most about it the most and want to give back. more >

  • Downtown Phoenix Inc. Names New President & CEO

    During a special meeting on Friday, Nov. 9, Downtown Phoenix Inc. (DPI) board of directors approved the appointment of Devney Preuss as new President and Chief Executive Officer, effective Jan. 1, 2019. Preuss succeeds retiring David Krietor, who has led the organization since its formation in 2013. Preuss has served as Executive Director of DPI’s […] more >

  • New Hotel Coming to Roosevelt Row

    Construction has begun on a new hotel in the Roosevelt Row Arts District.  The seven-story Cambria hotel will have 127 rooms and is slated to open at the end of 2019. Located on the northwest corner of Third and Portland streets, the upscale hotel will feature a rooftop pool with cabanas and a bar, and panoramic […] more >

  • West Downtown Emerges As New Residential Development Hot Spot

    The area between Roosevelt and Van Buren streets, Central Avenue west to Seventh Avenue is leading residential development activity in Downtown Phoenix. more >

  • 10 Downtown Phoenix Development Projects To Watch

    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 >

  • New Study: Downtown Phoenix Generates $9.7B Annually in Total Economic Activity (VIDEO)

    The economic output generated by Downtown Phoenix activities aggregates to $9.7 billion. more >

  • On the Line: What the South Central Light Rail Extension Means for Phoenix

    When the Proposition 104 transit tax appeared on the ballot in 2015, Maria Elena Coronado knew she would support it. As a south Phoenix resident for 46 years, she saw the need for road improvements, better bus services, and safer walkways for pedestrians. She also supported the south-side extension of light rail. “It’s been a […] more >

  • University of Arizona Eller MBA Programs On the Rise in Downtown Phoenix

    With 158 students currently enrolled across programs, Eller College is a small but growing presence downtown. Since the move from Scottsdale, enrollment is up 32 percent since 2013. more >

  • New Infographic Shows How Much Downtown Phoenix Has Changed in 10 Years

    More than a good place to go to school, work, or start a business, downtown is Arizona’s true urban playground – and the door for opportunity is open. more >

  • 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 >

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