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Category: Business Development

  • Phoenix Art Deco Redeveloped

    Is there a new tenant in store for one of Downtown's most stylish and historic structures? more >

  • Irwin, Fairbanks Among DREAMR Winners

    The longtime Downtown Phoenix Partnership Chairman and Phoenix City Manager were two of the influential winners honored at Monday's 16th Annual DREAMR Awards. more >

  • Grow From the Ground Up

    The empty, embarrassing dirt lots and surface parking make Downtown look and feel nothing like an urban city, but more like a rural farming community. Why is none of our development happening in the Central Corridor? more >

  • An Entire Community at One Address

    Even if you don't know the difference between an iPod, an iPad, or an iCarly, here are some easy ways you can join our online community. more >

  • Downtown Dining Highlights Organic and Local Produce

    Show your support for local growers by frequenting these overtly organic Downtown Phoenix dining spots. more >

  • Chance of Rain but No Chance of Boredom

    It's not humanly possible to attend everything going on in Downtown Phoenix. But even if you try and fail, you still win. more >

  • For Downtown Pioneers, This Weekend Tops All Others

    If you're looking for a sterling example of Downtown's palpable energy, you won't find a better weekend on the calendar than the one upon us. more >

  • 5 Ways to Get People Thinking About Alternative Transportation Downtown

    Curbside taxi service at light rail stations, bike rental kiosks, increased bike racks, and the Zipcar car sharing program are just a few ways Downtown can continue its push to become a leader in alternative transportation. more >

  • Arizona Black Expo at US Airways Center on Jan. 9

    The Leadership Consortium is teaming up with David Jones of Positive Image Sports, the Phoenix Mercury, and the Phoenix Suns to host the ninth-annual Arizona Black Expo at the Casino Arizona Pavilion at the US Airways Center in Downtown Phoenix. more >

  • Phoenix, Don’t Tear Down This Building

    After nearly 40 years as a Downtown landmark and Valley music trailblazer, Circles Disks and Tapes is going out of business. Now, it's the city's responsibility to make the right decision and allow the building to be reused. more >