PHX Architecture Archives

Who will win Arizona Forward’s Environmental Excellence Awards?

Arizona Forward - AB Magazine November/December 2011

An expert panel of jurists for Arizona’s Forwards 37th Annual Environmental Excellence Awards, presented by SRP, has wrapped up its evaluations of the entries submitted for this year’s program. Dubbed the Academy Awards of the environmental community, the program is Arizona’s oldest and most prominent competition of its kind, recognizing outstanding contributions to the environment in eight categories. This year’s… Read More →

Cullum Homes’ next community will rest on slopes of Camelback

Cullum Homes Cholla Heights at Camelback Mountain
by in Home & Design

Scottsdale-based luxury home builders Cullum Homes will be developing its next signature collection of exclusive estate homes on the slopes of Camelback Mountain. The community, Cholla Heights, is prominently located on the northeast slope of Camelback Mountain and offers panoramic views of North Scottsdale stretching to the Four Peaks and McDowell Mountains. The community features seven hillside lots. Two of the… Read More →

Molina will open Black, Starr & Frost in Phoenix

Newport  Beach-based Black, Starr & Frost – America’s First Jeweler since 1810 – has announced that it has begun the first step in its planned national expansion, commencing construction on a new Phoenix location at 3134 E. Camelback Rd. in the Biltmore Plaza Shopping Center. World-renowned gemologist and jeweler Alfredo J. Molina acquired the iconic firm,… Read More →

SAAR’s headquarters named ‘Best Rehab Office Project’

The Scottsdale Area Association of Realtors® (SAAR), a trade organization headquartered in Scottsdale for the past 50 years, recently repurposed an existing vacant building in Scottsdale’s Perimeter Center to use as its new headquarters. Growth of the 8,000-member organization prompted the move from SAAR’s longtime home in Downtown Scottsdale. It purchased the vacant building at… Read More →

PHX Architecture designs ASU doughnut shop

by in Architecture | AZRE Magazine | Construction | Featured

PHX Architecture has completed designs for a new doughnut shop near Arizona State University’s Tempe Campus- Fractured Prune Doughnuts. The shop is located in Tempe on Veterans Way and College Avenue inside of the new University House residential high rise. The shop is expected to open in late January, just in time for the Super… Read More →

Two Brothers Brewing Co. to open in Old Town Scottsdale

PHX Architecture is currently designing a new restaurant, bar and brewery located in Old Town Scottsdale for Illinois-based Two Brothers Brewing Company. Formerly the SaddleRanch Chop House Restaurant, this renovation will bring a new brewery concept to the Old Town atmosphere, and have indoor and outdoor dining options, as well as an entire brewery system inside.… Read More →

Scottsdale Executive Office Center signs new tenants

by in AZRE Magazine | Brokerage | Featured | In The Spotlight

Cushman & Wakefield of Arizona, Inc. negotiated 21,085 square feet of new leases at Scottsdale Executive Office Center, 15880, 15990 and 16100 N. Greenway-Hayden Loop. Ingram Micro, Inc., a Santa Ana, Calif.-based firm, opened a technology incoming call center and occupies 14,926 SF. PHX Architecture relocated from a central Scottsdale location into 6,159 SF. “The… Read More →

PHX Architecture hosts summer camp

Each year PHX Architecture holds the PHX Arch Summer Camp, a two week experience for junior high school and high school students to get a feel for what a career in architecture is really like. The camp session includes all of the day-to-day activities of an architect. Students learn skills such as Space Planning, Hand… Read More →

Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community goes commercial

Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community may have one of the best-located pieces of commercial real estate in the Phoenix Metro. It owns a 9.5-mile long area, known as the Pima Corridor, parallel to the Loop 101, a beltway connected to nearly all area freeways. Of that commercially zoned stretch, 143 acres remain undeveloped. Many Valley… Read More →

Michael Nielson, Gina Mathey Join PHX Architecture

by in Newsmakers

PHX Architecture announced Wednesday it hired Michael Nielson as a senior project architect and Gina Mathey as an associate architect. Nielson brings nearly 25 years of expe­ri­ence in a vari­ety of project types includ­ing upscale golf and resort projects, cus­tom res­i­den­tial, edu­ca­tional facil­i­ties and reli­gious archi­tec­ture. A native of North­ern Cal­i­for­nia, he received his Bach­e­lor… Read More →

PHX Architecture Receives 3 Award Of Merits At 50th Annual Gold Nugget Event

  A trio of PHX Architecture projects — two residential and one commercial remodel — walked away with three honors at the 50th Anniversary of the Gold Nugget Awards. The Gold Nugget Award is the symbol of recognition of the best work by architects, builders, developers and contractors in the business. It is juried by some… Read More →

PHX Architecture Offering 2-Week Summer Architecture Camp

by in Architecture | Business News | Events

  PHX Architecture is offering junior high and high school students thinking about a career in architecture a summer camp this June. Students who are not sure what an architect does and what is involved in the day-to-day activities of an architect are encouraged to enroll in the fun, educational program. In this two-week camp, students will be… Read More →