A recent Arizona Humanities lecture explored the preservation of historic homes and how to make them a living legacy for those who created them.
From adaptive reuse projects to historic spaces, there are plenty of creative places to house your business in downtown Phoenix.
Renaissance Square is partnering with four Phoenix-based architecture and design firms to create innovative office suites called “Project Future.”
Join the AIA Phoenix Metro Chapter on May 22 as they discuss our city’s past and future with Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton and former Mayor Terry Goddard.
Renaissance Square will soon see upgrades to both building’s lobbies, the lower level lobby, elevators as well as the creation of high-end office suites.
The Westward Ho apartments have been renovated with enhanced energy and water efficiency features, floors and much more, with over $17 million invested.
Slated for completion in 2019, Block 23 will also include apartments, creative office space, restaurants, retail and parking.
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.
The Arizona Capitol Museum and Guild (AZCM) will offer free, special tours of the capitol and grounds on Saturdays in March and April at 10:30 a.m.
Join the Encanto-Palmcroft Historic Preservation Association in celebrating their 2017 Historic Home Tour, Sunday, March 26 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.