From adaptive reuse projects to historic spaces, there are plenty of creative places to house your business in downtown Phoenix.
With a history of on-again, off-again development hopes, the historic Knipe House and adjacent parcels will be given another chance for a new life.
The new Gallo Blanco is set to open in June in the former American Way Market building at 10th and Pierce Streets in the Garfield Historic District.
Desert Viking’s Blocks of Roosevelt Row project combines adaptive reuse and new construction for dining, retail, and artist studios and galleries.
The adaptive reuse project in Evans Churchill brings a vintage store, arcade bar and more to the one-time location of the Phoenix Chamber of Commerce.
Harder Development’s Carline Center will redevelop buildings that have sat vacant for more than five years.
Downtown Phoenix Inc.’s David Krietor lets us know of new ways to keep up-to-date on all the events going on downtown.
The Colony will be a 22,467-square-foot infill redevelopment on 7th Street just north of Missouri.
CCBG Architects have helped R & R Partners transform historic warehouses into imaginative office space just south of downtown.
The pivotal, historic Barrister Building site inches closer to redevelopment.