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... continue reading. Click here for more info.
With the opening of The Van Buren music club, Downtown Phoenix now offers venues at nearly every occupancy level. Click here for more info.
Rooted in Arizona's segregationist past, Eastlake Park, and the surrounding neighborhood of the same name, developed into the epicenter of African American life in Phoenix. Click here for more info.
The sixth annual Phoenix Urban Design Week, which runs Feb. 10-18, offers quite the packed schedule. Thankfully, we've done the leg work for you. Click here for more info.
A 24-minute presentation about enhancing and better managing public spaces, strengthening sense of community, and working collaboratively towards building a more sustainable economy. Click here for more info.
Between all the new restaurants, venues, special projects and events – 2017 in Downtown Phoenix is looking pretty awesome. Click here for more info.
Rise of the Rest Road Trip, a nationwide bus tour in search of talented entrepreneurs in emerging startup ecosystems, will be rolling into downtown Friday, Oct. 7. Click here for more info.
Through a new initiative launched in January, DPI is focusing on all things large and small that a person might interact with while strolling down the sidewalk, riding their bike or driving downtown. Click here for more info.
Club Pilates Downtown Phoenix opened at the end of June on the ground floor of the 111 W. Monroe building, offering a range of workouts from beginner to advanced. Click here for more info.
Stop by these local spots during Independents Week and enjoy 20 percent discounts while supporting the Downtown Phoenix community. Click here for more info.