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Seed Spot relocates to Downtown Phoenix Warehouse District

by in AZRE Magazine

After nearly four years at their midtown location, Seed Spot, an incubator for entrepreneurs with ideas for social change, has officially relocated to the Phoenix Warehouse District in a newly renovated commercial suite in the historic R&R Partners warehouse at 502 South 2nd Street, just south of Talking Stick Arena. The five-year lease of the… Read More →

CoreNet takes look at Warehouse District

by in AZRE Magazine | Events

Downtown Phoenix is experiencing a surge of growth as urban cores across the country are attracting new businesses and new residents. Boosting this growth in the Valley is the Warehouse District in Downtown Phoenix. Historic buildings are experiencing a comeback in an underutilized area. The goal is to leverage these existing buildings to create affordable… Read More →

Steeple People: Valley church builders, brokers, designers

Even after designing 150 churches, the team at CCBG Architects takes time to understand the individuality of each project. For seven months, CCBG President Brian Cassidy met with an East Valley church to learn about its program, mission and teachings. He spent the meetings listening, asking questions and learning about the religious texts before he… Read More →

Phoenix Warehouse District becomes salvage yard

The downtown Phoenix Warehouse District is no longer just for storage. The area from Jefferson to Grant streets, between 7th Avenue and 7th Street, is growing in a direction away from its history as a warehouse district. Case in point: The Ong Gyut Wholesale Warehouse. Built in 1926 as a grocery storage warehouse, it’s now… Read More →

Mixed-Use: Celebrity City

Celebrity City, AZRE July/August 2010
by in Mixed-Use

CELEBRITY CITY Developer: Old World Communities General contractor: TBD Architect: CCBG Architects Location:  NWC 32nd & Van Buren streets, Phoenix Size: 1.3 MSF The 10-year, multi-phased plan calls for 640 residential units within five multi-story buildings; an 820-room hotel; 177,000 SF of retail space; and 380,000 SF of office space within two mid-rise towers. Construction is estimated to begin in… Read More →