Participate in interactive activities, talk to students, faculty and staff, and peek into innovative student spaces at the ASU downtown Phoenix campus.
Midtown’s Chateau on Central brownstones will offer an open house for three professionally designed units this Saturday, January 28.
The Arizona Commerce Authority is accepting applications for its Spring Innovation Challenge 2017, a competition that helps early-stage tech companies.
Phoenix City Council approved a contract for Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center to open a Beneficial Beans Cafe at Burton Barr Central Library.
Tiffany Halperin of The Urban Culture Design Project teams with Thinking Caps Design to place second in AIA Arizona’s This is Phoenix 2016 competition.
Geared for adults with autism and different abilities, the property combines apartments, a residential training program and a national leadership institute.
Downtown Phoenix-based architect Mark Ryan has designed a number of the spaces that have been key in forming our revitalized urban core.
The City of Phoenix will co-sponsor a free, public GIS Day event on November 15, featuring a keynote presentation from Google’s Kyle Campbell.
Winners of the Smart City Hack, an international competition to develop tech products to solve global civic challenges, will go on to showcase in Barcelona.
The tour launched by AOL co-founder Steve Case will hold an event at The Duce, featuring a pitch competition with a $100,000 investment prize.