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. Click here for more info.
New companies — tech, startup and beyond — move to or open locations in Downtown Phoenix every day. And if office envy were contagious, we’d all have a case of it. 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.
If there’s one politician who has successfully connected with the local entrepreneur community, it's Councilman Daniel Valenzuela. Click here for more info.
On Sunday, Nov. 13, Roosevelt neighborhood residents will open up their private residences to share memories, stories and some fascinating facts during a home tour from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. 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.