Downtown’s Original Hangout: The 1920 High School Pharmacy

In Phoenix's early years, the High School Pharmacy was a popular hangout for youngsters. Here's a brief history of its o...

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month By Playing Downtown Phoenix Lotería

In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month Wednesday, Sept. 15-Friday, Oct. 15 2021, Downtown Phoenix Inc. is hosting DTPHX Lot...

Ingo’s Tasty Food Opens at Block 23 in Downtown Phoenix

Ingo’s Tasty Food opened its second Arizona location in Downtown Phoenix at the end of August with a special downtown...

5 Downtown Phoenix Nightlife Options

Downtown Phoenix’s nightlife scene is bustling with craft cocktails, local music and hidden speakeasies. Here are a fe...

‘We’ll Get Through This Together’ Downtown Venues Reopen With help From Grants, Community

For more than a year, several Downtown Phoenix event venues have been closed due to COVID-19. While the doors were close...

‘Escape the World For a While’ At Pa’la, Downtown’s New Wood-Fired Restaurant

Stepping through the doors at Pa’la Downtown feels like walking into another world, and in some ways – it is. Locate...

Downtown Phoenix Inc. Ending Consumer Incentive Programs After Successful Runs

Two popular business recovery programs managed by Downtown Phoenix Inc. (DPI) will sunset at the end of August. Launched...

Sheraton’s New Signature Restaurant Carcara Opens September

The new Carcara Restaurant at Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel will feature a modern, open design with lush greenery, col...

New ‘Moontower PHX’ Project Breaks Ground in Evans Churchill Neighborhood

Lincoln Ventures, an Austin-based housing developer, recently broke ground on a new 24-story, 326-unit project at 811 N....

Then and Now: From Downtown’s Mule-Drawn Trolley To Light Rail

Light rail wasn’t Phoenix’s first use of the tracks for mass transit. And those old tracks periodically are...

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