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Galvanize signs lease at the Monroe Building

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Denver-based tech firm Galvanize is joining the growing family of technology entrepreneurs at The Monroe Building in downtown Phoenix. The Denver-based start-up offering training in software development and data science is bringing its educational programs to the Valley and was drawn to the creative environment at The Monroe Building. Galvanize joins other top tech businesses… Read More →

Blue Hound’s new head bartender serves summer line-up

Blue Hound

Blue Hound Kitchen & Cocktails in Downtown Phoenix has a new head bartender leading the charge, Noah Momyer. “It doesn’t take a lot of ingredients to make a killer drink, just proper measurements and technique,” says Noah. This emphasis on substance over flash defines Noah’s approach to cocktailing, a vision honed over his decade-long career… Read More →

Bitter & Twisted will serve tacos and more at this pop-up dinner

Bitter & Twisted

One of Downtown Phoenix’s hottest bars, Bitter & Twisted Cocktail Parlour, is hosting a pop-up dinner, featuring the culinary delights of the bar’s Chef Bob Tam and the restaurant, Tacos Chiwas. On July 31, for $58.88 folks can enjoy an 8-course meal by Tam and the husband-and-wife team at Tacos Chiwas, Armando Hernandez and Nadia Holguin… Read More →

ViaWest buys downtown Phoenix industrial facility

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by in AZRE Magazine | Industrial

Phoenix-based ViaWest Group closed on its sixth industrial acquisition in the past eighteen months, further expanding its Southwestern U.S. focused industrial platform. ViaWest purchased an 89,423-square-foot industrial building for $5.76 million. The building is located directly across from Chase Field near the corner of 7th Street and Jackson Street centered in the heart of downtown Phoenix. The seller was… Read More →

20 Downtown Phoenix restaurants you should try out

Commercial Development - AZRE Magazine January/February 2012

Downtown Phoenix is home to a unique dining scene that only started to gain traction recently. There are a variety of great dining options here in Phoenix, but it can be so hard deciding where. We compiled a list of some great spots to check out during while you’re in downtown Phoenix. Just don’t forget… Read More →

Downtown Phoenix food scene continues to grow

downtown Phoenix food

The food scene in downtown Phoenix has gone to the next level and is thriving, opening up new opportunities for businesses and for people who like adventure. According to dtphx.org, there has been a plan to help create 60 new restaurants and bars downtown since 2008. And their research shows that from 2007-2013, revenue has… Read More →

Club Pilates expands to Downtown Phoenix

Club Pilates

One of the nation’s fastest growing and most popular fitness franchises has expanded to Downtown Phoenix with a brand new location in The Monroe Building, near Monroe Street and First Avenue. San Diego-based Club Pilates is now open on the ground floor of the building located at 111 W. Monroe Street bringing an extensive array of Pilates… Read More →

LUSTRE Rooftop Bar hosts Freedom Fourth Pool Party

Rooftop bar

The rooftop bar and pool deck at the Kimpton Hotel Palomar is going to be popping this Fourth of July as it hosts the Freedom Fourth Pool Party at LUSTRE Rooftop Bar in downtown Phoenix. On Saturday, July 2. folks will get to party and enjoy the pool starting at 11 a.m. Non-hotel guests have… Read More →

CBRE will market mixed-use Block 23 project

Block 23
by in AZRE Magazine | Office

CBRE will be marketing the three-story, 155,000 square-feet office portion of Block 23 at CityScape, the mixed-used project being developed by RED Development in downtown Phoenix. The property, located at the southeast corner of Washington and First Streets, is referred to as Block 23 because of its location in the original city plan. Jerry Roberts and… Read More →

Advocates buy historic Roland’s Market

Roland's Market
by in AZRE Magazine

A team of downtown Phoenix advocates have purchased the historic Roland’s Market building in downtown Phoenix, and will restore it to create an iconic space in the growing Eastlake Park and Garfield neighborhoods. The 4,800 square-foot, multi-use property at 1505 E.. Van Buren St. was purchased for $270,000. Roland’s Market is available to lease, and… Read More →

Cartel Coffee Lab relocates Phoenix shop

Cartel Coffee Lab

Cartel Coffee Lab is moving its downtown Phoenix location, and the 1 North 1st St. location will close on Saturday, May 21. A temporary “pop up” shop will open on Monday, May 23 in the main lobby of the same building to serve the morning rush. The pop up will be open from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m.,… Read More →

Coffee shops spark downtown Phoenix growth

Independent coffee shops are on the rise in downtown Phoenix, helping bring a sense of community to the rapidly developing area, shop owners and city officials say. (Photo by Taylor Nelson/Cronkite News)

Late on a Sunday morning, Lola Coffee Bar can expect an eclectic group of people, from college students gathering to gossip, to businessmen meeting to discuss the week ahead, to dedicated readers with books open on their laps. The dining area is small, with several community-style tables that brings all of these different people together.… Read More →

Photos: Local art on display at en Hance development

Phoenix art

Lately, downtown Phoenix has been no stranger to construction. From ASU developments to luxury apartments that have been springing up around town, development has been everywhere.   Photos by Jesse A. Millard Although the end product can be a thing of beauty, construction can be an ugly sight. One developer, though, is doing something different… Read More →

Downtown Phoenix development shows need for walkable streets

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Downtown Phoenix streets, once scattered with vacant lots and modest housing, are now abuzz with the ceaseless sounds of cranes, backhoes and tractors. More than 20 apartment and condo buildings are rising, a boom that will add more than 2,000 living spaces by 2017. Expectations also are rising. City officials and residents say walkable, lively… Read More →