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More than half of condos at En Hance Park sold

en Hance Park
by in AZRE Magazine | Multi-Family

One of the first condo projects slated to open in downtown Phoenix since the downturn is illustrative of a hot market on the horizon. en Hance Park Condominiums, near Portland and First Streets, is a 59,000-square-foot condominium project in downtown Phoenix, and has already sold 50 percent of its 49 units with four months left of… Read More →

Construction begins at $40M Edison Midtown

Edison Midtown
by in AZRE Magazine | Multi-Family

Edison Midtown, a new Midtown Phoenix condominium tower by Scottsdale-based developer Deco Communities is blazing ahead with construction to meet the growing demand from all over the Valley for new for-sale residential in Midtown Phoenix. With dozens of buyers already lined up to move in, the project is on track for an early spring 2017 completion.… Read More →

Phoenix Final Four countdown clock debuts

Dan Lewis, Co-Chair of the Phoenix Final Four, JoAn Scott, Managing Director of the NCAA Division I Basketball Championship, Debbie Johnson, Co-Chair of the Phoenix Final Four, Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton, Phoenix Vice Mayor Kate Gallego, Phoenix City Councilman Jim Waring, Tempe Vice Mayor Corey Woods, and Dawn Rogers, Executive Director and CEO of the Phoenix Local Organizing Committee.

With 345 days and counting until the tip-off of the 2017 NCAA Final Four, the Phoenix Local Organizing Committee (PLOC), Governor Doug Ducey, Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton, several other elected officials from the Phoenix Metropolitan area unveiled the official countdown clock Thursday at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. The clock will mark the days, hours and minutes until… Read More →

ArtHAUS designer joins Studio Ma

artHAUS
by in Architecture | AZRE Magazine

The designer behind the artHAUS project, Jason Boyer, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP, has joined Studio Ma as a principal. Boyer brings a keen eye to the table for pragmatics in his team-based design approach, which yields exceptional results by meeting budget, schedule and technical performance goals while enhancing social, environmental and architectural quality. This dual-objective approach has… Read More →

The Teapot offers alternative fun for families

The Teapot

Finding places that allow parents and children to both enjoy themselves can be a challenge and usually involves pizza and arcade games. The Teapot, a coffee shop in Phoenix, is a new alternative. The Teapot is a family-oriented coffee shop located on 5th Ave. off of Roosevelt in Downtown Phoenix. Started by Raelynne and Jonathon… Read More →

P.B. Bell opens new luxury apartments (Photos)

Escape
by in AZRE Magazine | Multi-Family

P.B. Bell opened its newest community, Escape, near Highland Avenue and 16th Street in Phoenix in late March. The community is located near the Biltmore and Esplanade shopping and nightlife areas, featuring 244 luxury apartment homes in a resort-style setting featuring an urban, contemporary aesthetic.   The four-story, interior corridor community wraps around an expansive, posh pool,… Read More →

Fry’s plans to open store in downtown Phoenix

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by in AZRE Magazine | Retail

Fry’s Food Stores and RED Development today announced the popular grocer will open downtown Phoenix’s first full-service grocery store. Fry’s preferred location to build the new 55,000 square-foot grocery store would be on the surface parking lot bordered between Washington Street and Jefferson Avenue, located between CityScape Phoenix and Collier Center. The downtown grocer would… Read More →

Want your firm’s name on Phoenix’s skyline?

Phoenix
by in AZRE Magazine | Office

It’s one of the most recognizable buildings in downtown Phoenix’s skyline, and now its name is up for grabs. The Monroe Building, located at 111 W. Monroe St. in Phoenix, announced that it will lease naming rights for the building along with the 27,000 square foot two-floor Penthouse that crowns the building. The naming rights opportunity… Read More →

IASIS Healthcare opens clinic in Downtown Phoenix

IASIS Healthcare

The Phoenix Suns, Phoenix Mercury and IASIS Healthcare announced the grand opening of a state-of-the-art Multi Specialty Clinic that will provide downtown residents and employees with their first comprehensive healthcare option in the area. The 28,000 square-foot clinic is located inside what was formerly the Phoenix Suns Athletic Club, on the southeast corner of the… Read More →

Jones, Skelton & Hochuli moving downtown

Downtown Phoenix, Photo: Flickr, squeaks2569

Phoenix-based law firm, Jones, Skelton & Hochuli, is moving its offices from Thomas Road and Central Avenue to Central Avenue and Washington Street. The firm will move into its new space at Two Renaissance Square at 40 N. Central Avenue, Suite 2700, on April 4th. The firm has been at its old location for 25 years,… Read More →

Living Inspiration: artHAUS does something different

artHAUS

Impressionist Claude Monet transformed what was once an abandoned space into “Giverny” – a self-contained paradise of gardens and deliberate design that became Monet’s home for more than 40 years, as well as inspiration for much of his work. With the interchangeable lines of art and life imitating one another, why wouldn’t Monet (or anyone… Read More →

Girls in Tech to host Catalyst Conference

W.J. Maloney - Hotel Palomar

Girls in Tech, an organization focused on the empowerment, entrepreneurship, engagement and education of women in technology, is hosting the fourth annual Catalyst Conference, a three-day event designed to celebrate women in this new age of innovation. The conference will run from April 17 to 19 at the Hotel Palomar in downtown Phoenix. The Girls… Read More →

Valley Partnership event focuses on creating vibrant downtowns

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by in AZRE Magazine | Events

Valley Partnership’s March 18th breakfast topic will hot a discussion featuring city leaders on the evolution of downtown Phoenix. City leaders will share insights into how both public and private leaders are addressing the challenges that are unique to downtown. The panel will feature a discussion between City of Phoenix Vice Mayor Kate Gallego, David Krumwiede, executive vice… Read More →

Valley cities’ downtowns turn into hot spots

Downtown

In the past, there have been many reasons to avoid visiting a city’s downtown. There was never anything to do, parking was a nightmare and walking around the area was something to be done only when necessary. In recent years, the Valley’s downtowns have become the hottest places for folks to live, work and play… Read More →