Business Development

Business Development Fara IllichApril 13, 2010
Bioscience Development Alive and Well

Once considered a longshot, bioscience development is now thriving in Downtown Phoenix. Click here for more info.

Business Development Fara IllichApril 8, 2010
CityScape Update

Portions of Downtown Phoenix's glitzy new retail, entertainment and dining megaplex will soon be open for business. Click here for more info.

Business Development Fara IllichApril 8, 2010
Good News from the Neighborhood

The Downtown Blog and Dateline Downtown Phoenix are your pipelines to the latest economic development news in the urban core. Click here for more info.

Business Development Fara IllichMarch 11, 2010
Her Secret is Patience

Say what you want about the almost-iconic floating sculpture at Phoenix Civic Space Park, but it's just the beginning of what Downtown can do with public art. Click here for more info.

Business Development Fara IllichMarch 1, 2010
Community Commentary: More Parking for Downtown

The Ramada Inn is one of the few Downtown buildings built up to the street, a necessary component of an urban city. Now it's being torn down. Click here for more info.

Business Development Fara IllichFebruary 23, 2010
Oakville Grocery in CityScape

Gourmet "Little Country Store" takes place of A.J.'s Fine Foods as grocer in Downtown retail and entertainment development. Click here for more info.

Business Development Fara IllichFebruary 18, 2010
Phoenix Art Deco Redeveloped

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

Business Development Fara IllichFebruary 2, 2010
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. Click here for more info.

Business Development Fara IllichFebruary 2, 2010
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? Click here for more info.

Business Development Fara IllichJanuary 29, 2010
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. Click here for more info.