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Downtown Phoenix targets Millennial office workers

Photo: Conceptual images only, not a rendering/ The Monroe Building
by in AZRE Magazine | Careers | New to Market | Office

Downtown Phoenix has transformed over recent years with $4.6 billion dollars in public and private investments, including light rail, new hotel developments, restaurants, boutiques, Arizona State University and University of Arizona campus expansions, Phoenix Convention Center, and a growing number of residential developments. In concert with the downtown Phoenix renaissance, renovations have been completed at… Read More →

Modernized Heard Building epitomizes downtown Phoenix trends

Heard Bldg_front Plain

Winslow + partners has announced that the modernization construction is almost complete on the historic Heard Building, 112 N Central Avenue, between Adams and Monroe Streets in the vibrant heart of downtown Phoenix. winslow + partners helped the owner, Chris Rudel, reposition The Heard Building for a new generation of tenants and users. The Heard… Read More →

Downtown Phoenix bars introduce creepy Halloween cocktails

Eyes Cold Lemonade

Province Urban Kitchen and Bar Province is located at the corner of Central and Van Buren in downtown Phoenix. Eyes Cold Lemonade Ingredient: 1.5 ounce vodka Juice of ½ lemon Splash of simple syrup Preparation: Add ingredients to a cocktail shaker Shake and strain into martini glass Garnish with two “eyeballs” (made with lychee fruity… Read More →

New condo project downtown near Roosevelt Row

en Hance Park Elevation FInal

Construction begins next week on en Hance Park, a 59,000-square-foot condominium project in downtown Phoenix slated for completion in June 2016. Developed by Sencorp, a Chilean-based developer with housing projects worldwide, en Hance Park is one of the first new condo developments Phoenix has seen in several years. Located at 1130 N. 2nd Street, the… Read More →

Snow and ‘Frozen’ cool things off at CityScape

CityScape Phoenix

It may be hot in the Valley but things are cooling way down in the heart of downtown Phoenix during Cool Summer Nights at CityScape with snow, a snow slide, movies and more! As a part of Summer in the City from CityScape, Cool Summer Nights will offer guests two opportunities to gather in Patriots Park to watch a… Read More →

Orangetheory opens first urban location in Valley

OTF Downtown Phx Ribbon Cutting

Orangetheory Fitness, an energizing group interval fitness concept broken into cardiovascular and strength training, opened its 18th Valley location in the heart of Phoenix. The new studio is located under Lucky Strike and Stand Up Live at CityScape Phoenix, next to CVS. “We are honored to join the Downtown Phoenix neighborhood and become a part… Read More →

New condos breaking ground in Downtown Phoenix


In the midst of the economy picking up and the surge of urban growth and development in downtown Phoenix, there is new affordable condo project breaking ground. Since the launch of en Hance Park, four units have already sold with sales anticipated to move quickly. The 59,000-square-foot condo complex is an affordable, thoughtful living option… Read More →

Phoenix Art Museum exhibitions through end of 2015


Andy Warhol: Portraits March 4—June 21, 2015 One of the most influential artists of the 20th century, Andy Warhol was at the forefront of the Pop Art movement and known for his brightly colored images. This exhibition examines Warhol’s fascination with celebrity culture and the “world famous,” featuring nearly 200 screen print paintings, drawings, videos,… Read More →

Hines feeds homeless in downtown Phoenix

Hines and Nibblers Group pic
by in AZRE Magazine | In The Spotlight

Hines, the international real estate firm, joined forces Friday, May 29, with Phoenix’s Lodestar Day Resource Center to help end homelessness. Along with Nibblers Catering, employees from several of their Phoenix properties served nutritious meals and water to hundreds of Valley community members dealing with homelessness. Representatives from Hines’ properties, including Renaissance Square, 24th At… Read More →

Plexus Worldwide will turn downtown Phoenix pink

Scottsdale-based Plexus Worldwide, a leading direct marketing weight loss and health supplement seller, is alerting locals that they may be surrounded by a sea of pink if they are near the Phoenix Convention Center Thursday, June 4 through Saturday, June 6. More than 6,500 Plexus Ambassadors (independent product resellers) from across the U.S. and Canada… Read More →

Downtown Phoenix shows cultural, developmental boom


There’s a loud and steady drumbeat in Downtown Phoenix. It’s music from a concert or festival. It’s the clinking of glasses on restaurant patios. It’s the bustle of students trying to make it to class on time. It’s the “beep beep” of construction crews building new and renovating old. It’s the sound of progress. Downtown… Read More →

Arizona research saves lives of cardiac arrest victims

Heart Health, WEB

Survival rates for victims of cardiac arrest are increasing dramatically – all because of research being done right here in Arizona. You can learn about that and how to do CPR at the next session of Mini-Medical School 2.0 at The University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix. Mini-Medical School 2.0 is a community lecture… Read More →

StartUp PHX Challenge free office giveaway extended

Office Productivity, Interior Design

The stakes keep getting higher for the Valley’s best and brightest startup companies as they compete to win free office space alongside innovation leaders like Uber at 111. W.  Monroe in Downtown Phoenix. After receiving dozens of entries for the StartUp PHX Challenge, organizers have decided to extend the contest to Wednesday, April 15th. A… Read More →

Ironline Partners bringing Adaptive Reuse Project to Phoenix

Phoenix will soon see new life breathed into a warehouse property in the downtown core. The building, located at 841 E. Jefferson, was recently purchased by Ironline Partners for $3 million. The local developer has plans to convert the property into a modern, relevant space for the right tenant. Kevin Calihan with CBRE’s Phoenix office… Read More →