A downtown Phoenix resident for 12 years, Jackie Young has nearly two decades of writing experience, most of those spent working for newspapers in the Midwest, but also at publications in Northern Arizona. When she isn’t writing for Downtown Phoenix Journal, Young can be found working at Arizona State University’s Downtown Phoenix campus Library. As someone who grew up in suburban Michigan and spent years in small-town Iowa, Young appreciates the cultural offerings and diversity of people she meets in an urban environment. When she isn’t going to plays, museums, lectures or neighborhood meetings, she likes to talk politics, her favorite sport.
For the past 15 years, Valley Metro has been cultivating and showcasing the arts in Phoenix and other Valley cities while promoting public transportation.
Designed and built in 1951 by architect Frederick P. Weaver, the Encanto Vista Historic District home will be showcased at the Modern Phoenix Home Tour.
PHX Commons, a $4 million proposal to transform a Downtown retail space vacant since 2012, has won unanimous Phoenix City Council approval.
Plans for this downtown Phoenix community space include a restaurant, bar, coffee grab & go, retail, bookstore, newsstand, and technology living room.
Downtown Phoenix-based architect Mark Ryan has designed a number of the spaces that have been key in forming our revitalized urban core.
The Grand Avenue Festival promotional art created by Abraham Reyes Pardo and Jeff Slim reflects urban growth and the spirit of the historic arts district.
The Found:re Phoenix Hotel and on-site restaurant Match Cuisine & Cocktails encourage guests to discover our city’s creative culture.
The City of Phoenix is challenging a new state law’s application to the Roosevelt Business Improvement District (BID).
The project is the latest in Metrowest Development partners Matt Seaman and Doug Gannett’s effort to “stitch together” the Historic Roosevelt Neighborhood.
The Roosevelt-area facility is a hub for health services for the HIV/AIDS community and wider public, for meeting spaces and for showcasing local art.