Roosevelt Row Arts District Archives

Roosevelt Row adaptive reuse project names tenants

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by in AZRE Magazine

Restaurant concepts from popular local chefs announced plans to move into the a prominent building, currently under renovations and part of an upcoming reuse project, on a popular corner in Downtown Phoenix’s Roosevelt Row Art’s District. Aaron Chamberlin, the restauranteur behind Phoenix Public Market Café and St. Francis, is planning to open up a new restaurant concept on… Read More →

Adaptive reuse project revitalizes Roosevelt Row Arts District

A NEW DOWNTOWN PROJECT MERGES CHEF-DRIVEN DINING, ARTISAN RETAILERS AND WORKING ARTIST STUDIOS AND GALLERIES TOGETHER IN ONE COLLECTIVE SPACE ~The Blocks of Roosevelt Row Indulges Guests with a Place to Connect, Create and Collaborate~ Desert Viking Development is thrilled to announce a new project underway revitalizing a portion of the Downtown Phoenix’s beloved Roosevelt… Read More →

New condo project downtown near Roosevelt Row

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 →

ABI sells downtown Phoenix historic adaptive reuse project

ABI Multifamily has announced the $1.165M sale of the Historic Power Apartments located in Phoenix. Originally built in 1914 as apartments, the property was converted and has been run as an office building for many years. The new owner intends to revert the property back into a 12-unit apartment community. “Although there are many new apartment… Read More →

ArtPlace Grant Will Give Roosevelt Row Arts District A New Look

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Roosevelt Row Arts District (RoRo), in the urban core of downtown Phoenix, is a neighborhood on the rise, with unique galleries, restaurants, and shops. A $150,000 grant announced today from ArtPlace will bring an infusion of art and design to the area, defining the neighborhood as a destination for locals and visitors alike. An “A.R.T.S. Village” – consisting… Read More →