The Downtown Phoenix Partnership is putting the finishing touches on a wayfinding project – and now they are asking for public input.
Please take a moment and take this brief survey to indicate your preferences. Thank you in advance for taking part in reshaping Downtown Phoenix!
Join other small businesses in this very cool spot, actually being deemed the Creative Spot. Built in1926 as one of the first downtown Phoenix grocery stores, the JB Bayless building has been painstakingly restored by its long-time owner, Joseph Lewis, earning National Historic accreditation. Wood beam trusses, stained concrete floors, concrete pillars, and red brick construction within soaring, 15-foot ceilings create the surrounds. And wide panels that slide on tracks create the private, highly modular environment you desire to explore your creative options!
If your company is looking for a creative office space with dramatic visual appeal, you may want to check out this recently renovated, 3,000 sq ft stand alone building in the Downtown Phoenix Warehouse District, aka SoDo. The space features the original wood bowed-string trusses with 18 ft ceilings, stained conrete floors, custom designed restrooms, gated, private parking for 15 cars and on-site video cameras.
One of the components of the recently passed Stimulus Bill which probably contains the most significant potential to impact an individual person or couple, is the $8,000 Federal Tax Credit available to First-time homebuyers. This Tax Credit is available to anyone who does not currently own a home or who has not owned a home during the last 3 years. The Credit is a direct reduction of a person’s Tax liability and can even result in a Tax Refund if your Tax liability for the year is less than the amount of the Credit.
Historic Home Tours are always very interesting and a lot of fun. The upcoming Coronado Home Tour should be no exception. Coronado is one of the most intriguing Historic neighborhoods in the Downtown Phoenix area. In addition to some great restaurants in restored 1920’s buildings and other cool spaces, the neighborhood is home to a wide variety of 1920’s housing stock including brick bungalows, spanish style bungalows, little neighborhood store front buildings and old church buildings, converted into “loft like” spaces.
A couple of years ago, due to escalating Real Estate prices, there was a pretty large segment of our local population that considered living in Downtown Phoenix, but could just not afford it. The downturn of our local and national economy over the last few years has changed all of that. For those people who… Read more
With 2008 behind us and the completion of several landmark buildings in Downtown Phoenix, our attention now is turned to 2 large projects which will open this year. One of those projects is the 26 story One Central Park East, class A office tower on the northeast corner of Central Ave and Van Buren. The building… Read more
If you have been wanting to move to the Coronado Historic District, this charming Craftsman bungalow might just be what you have been waiting for. A rare, 3 bedroom, 1.75 bath floor plan with hardwood floors that has been tastefully remodeled.
The Willo Historic District Annual Home Tour will take place on Sunday, February 8th, 2009 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. This unique neighborhood tour features outstanding examples of Tudor, Spanish, and Bungalow style homes dating from the 1920’s through the 1940’s.
I just read an encouraging article at azcentral.com, reporting that: “The airport initially expected that a daily average of 600 to 700 people would use the new transit connection from the train stop at 44th and Washington streets in Phoenix. But with Metro service not even a month old, Sky Harbor says the average is 850 people… Read more