Build Here

Build Here

Night at the Museum

June 4, 2009 | By

It may not be Ben Stiller and a T-Rex skeleton, but the Phoenix Art Museum is mixing up First Friday with some interesting activities this Friday evening, June 5, 2009. Located in downtown Phoenix along Central Ave. and the light rail line, the Phoenix Art Museum opens its doors to the public each month as… Read more

Opening Soirée at Lola Coffee

May 30, 2009 | By

Lola Coffee is hosting its oh so official grand opening party tonight (never mind that it’s been open for three weeks) and you’re invited. They’re luring everyone in with free coffee, some super secret live jams and even a few wine pours. Plus, there’s the killer atmosphere, munchable food and relaxed vibe that’s made Lola an instant success.

Live in a Loft on Central

May 27, 2009 | By

The epitome of downtown Phoenix urban living would be to live right on the light rail line, with a restaurant downstairs, the Library across the street, a pharmacy a few blocks away and the grocery store within bicycling distance, don’t you agree? Some fortunate soul will seize the opportunity to enjoy the just described locale by acquiring this bank-owned, 2-story loft at the Artisan Lofts on Central, that just came on the market.

Reduced prices at Portland 38

May 18, 2009 | By

If you are in the market for an urban, loft style condo in the Downtown Phoenix area and have not checked out Portland 38, you may want to take a peek. The complex, which was designed by local Architect, Michael Underhill, offers some sleek design features including sand-blasted interior block walls, polished concrete floors, Miele stainless appliances, CeasarStone counters, 2′ tile baths, designer lighting, Kohler ‘Stillness’ fixtures, and Western windows.

Your Third Friday Options

May 14, 2009 | By

There’s a rather large list of happenings for this month’s Third Friday festivities. Choose wisely, downtowners.

Up at the Clarendon Hotel, Phoenix Friday Nights is having a special rooftop sunset edition with grub from the brand spankin’ new Gallo Blanco on the ground level. It’s a 2-for-1: Check out the much-hyped foodstuff and meet your fellow Phoenicians. Win!

Mayor’s Monthly Mixer And Third Friday Concert Series This Friday

May 12, 2009 | By

Join Mayor Phil Gordon on Friday, May 15 at Sonoma Casual Dining for the Mayor’s Monthly Mixer.
The mixer will be from 5:30 to 7:30pm followed by the Third Friday Concert Series across the street at the Civic Space Park at 7:30pm.

Prime Commercial Property on Roosevelt Row

May 8, 2009 | By

Here is a great opportunity for a creative entrepeneur who has a few bucks, to snag this Bungalow on a prime, highly visible corner in the heart of Roosevelt Row. Located at ground zero of the Downtown Phoenix art scene, this property is zoned commercial with on-site, paved parking behind the structure. Ideal place for a live/work gallery, restaurant, hair salon, professional office or ?

Get Your Green On

May 1, 2009 | By

Do you live green? Or are you still curious how to? Haus Modern Living near Camelback and Central has all the answers at Saturday’s DIG (Do It Green) celebration. Dubbed “the green outdoor living event for the urban dweller,” Haus will welcome green designers, gardeners, local artisans and supply companies for a lovely little festival… Read more

Living near Chase Field has never been more affordable

April 30, 2009 | By

You may be one of those rabid Diamondbacks fans who has given thought in the past to living near Chase Field, but ruled it out because it was too expensive a proposition. Well, with baseball season now underway and given the drastic decline in real estate prices in the last 18 + months, you might want to revisit the possibilities.

Dine Out for Life This Thursday

April 27, 2009 | By

After the success of last year’s Dining Out for Life event in Phoenix, many downtown area restaurants are getting in on the action. This Thursday, April 30, head to one of many local favorites to benefit HIV/AIDS research. In all, over 140 Valley restaurants will participate, raising over $200,000 for the cause. More than 3,500… Read more