Tired of spending mindless hours on a treadmill? Visit the AmenZone and turn your workouts into a spirititual journey. Click here for more info.
While Channel 12 moves over to the Arizona Republic, three new eateries and a lounge are set to join CityScape. Click here for more info.
Jane's Walk draws attention to our walkable neighborhoods, including Downtown's underutilized Warehouse District. Click here for more info.
The Maricopa County Court Tower project at First Avenue and Madison has emerged from legal entanglements as a good example of public sector development succeeding in a time of economic uncertainty. Click here for more info.
Once considered a longshot, bioscience development is now thriving in Downtown Phoenix. Click here for more info.
Portions of Downtown Phoenix's glitzy new retail, entertainment and dining megaplex will soon be open for business. Click here for more info.
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.
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.
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.
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.