After nearly 30 years, and removing a staggering 50,000 tags and stickers during his career, Don Olund retires from the Downtown Phoenix Partnership. Click here for more info.
The New Windsor Hotel dates all the way back to 1893, when guests arrived in stagecoaches. Click here for more info.
Fans of the historic Luhrs Building will soon get a chance to sleep amongst its hallowed halls. PEG Companies purchased the building in December 2019 for $14 million, and recently... continue reading. Click here for more info.
Some examples of historic African-American properties still standing from Phoenix's early days. Click here for more info.
Homelessness and poverty are year-round problems, but during the holidays, people tend to think most about it the most and want to give back. Click here for more info.
The 5.5-mile, $1.35 billion light rail project linking south Phoenix to downtown and elsewhere in the Valley is now officially underway. Valley Metro started construction in October, with crews identifying... continue reading. Click here for more info.
In the three-block radius surrounding the Human Services Campus just west of Downtown Phoenix, dozens of people are camped in close quarters. Refuse is piled high. It’s pretty typical for... continue reading. Click here for more info.
Snow Week 2018 comes to the Arizona Science Center Dec. 26. through Jan. 1. Click here for more info.
To help serve the growing number of people looking for car-free or parking-free transportation options in the urban core, Downtown Phoenix Inc., in partnership with Valley Metro, RED Development and the City of Phoenix, is launching a bike commuter facility on the ground floor of CityScape Phoenix. Click here for more info.