A Glimpse Into Phoenix’s Segregated Past: The “Green Book” Guide to Downtown

The "Green Book," an African-American guidebook for travelers, helped serve black people in segregated cities and towns...

Reopening DTPHX: How We’re Keeping Downtown Phoenix Clean

The Downtown Phoenix Partnership (DPP) Clean & Green Team knows a thing or two about keeping DTPHX hygienic and look...

The Women Who Built Phoenix: Flora Rosson and the Women of Heritage Square

It was Flora Rosson who purchased all of Heritage Square in 1882 and gradually divided up the block - becoming one of Ph...

Then & Now: The Ultimate Guide to Historic Downtown Phoenix Buildings

Although Downtown Phoenix may be considered a young city, there are numerous buildings, homes and warehouses that hold r...

Where to get beer, wine and cocktails for takeout or delivery in Downtown Phoenix

Although we can’t enjoy a night out in DTPHX right now, we can still support the downtown businesses that serve us...

2020 Downtown Phoenix Cinco De Mayo Canceled, but Community Scholarships to Continue

The 2020 Downtown Phoenix Cinco De Mayo Festival scheduled for May 3 has been canceled due to COVID-19. The annual Cinco...

Urban Wine Walk Postponed: But We Can Still Support the Bars and Restaurants We Love

While we can’t host Urban Wine Walk in its traditional form (not yet, anyway), we can still support the bars and resta...

Downtown Phoenix Shops and Services Open for Business

Many of our local shops and services may be closed or have limited service, but there are still a variety of ways we can...

12 Fun Facts You May Not Know About Downtown Phoenix

History buffs, Phoenix fans and newcomers: These Downtown Phoenix fun facts are for you. From hidden letters on the side...

Downtown Phoenix: Where History Is Happening

In celebration of Historic Preservation Month, and the 150th anniversary of the original townsite — also known as...