City Council voted 7-1 in support of providing up to $120,000 in grant funding for the historic building located on the Arizona State Fairgrounds.
The 1919 building that once housed the Arizona Republic and Phoenix Gazette is getting a modern makeover to reflect the changing face of downtown Phoenix.
The Wurth family, the Wurth House, a host of expenses, and a piece of history all come together in the conclusion to the series.
Pressure from all sides, a coma, and a bizarre twist of fate. In part 3 of the Wurth House series, a house, a family, and a Roosevelt Row pioneer unite.
Part two of our four-part series on the history of the Joseph W. Wurth House picks up with new characters, modern struggles, and even a cliffhanger.
Part one of a series on the history of the 114-year-old Joseph W. Wurth House: a story of drama, near-misses and minor miracles.
Find all the latest news in downtown Phoenix development, arts, community and more in this month’s desk chat with Downtown Phoenix, Inc. CEO, David Krietor
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Christine Mackay and her economic development team are focused on bringing the right companies with the right workforces to Downtown and Midtown.