Fox Restaurant Concepts to open second Culinary Dropout and a new fish house and oyster bar in North Central area.
Over the past two years, amidst all the new buildings popping up, Downtown Phoenix has quietly become a national leader in promoting adaptive reuse.
October 15, 2009 (Thurs) 7:30-9:30am Tour Downtown Phoenix’s Historic Luhrs Tower and the adjacent Warehouse District on Ollie the Trolley. Guests on the tour will learn about the process involved in renovation of the Warehouse District from building owners, the Downtown Phoenix Partnership and City of Phoenix staff. Learn about the city’s rehabilitation and adaptive… Read more
After a week of mild (well, for September in Phoenix) temperatures, the mercury soared yet again just in time for the Grand Avenue Festival.
Christoph Kaiser is helping to rebuilding Garfield one house at a time. Once an epicenter of gang activity and urban blight in Downtown Phoenix, Kaiser’s houses are now at the heart of Garfield’s resurgence, and among the coolest in Downtown Phoenix.
On Saturday, September 26, a handful of adaptive reuse projects will be highlighted during the Grand Avenue Festival.
Royal at the Market, the sharply designed coffee nook in the Urban Grocery and Wine Bar building, shares pedigree with Royal Coffee Bar, the equally slick Downtown coffee pioneer at 2nd Avenue and Jackson Street.
Set for Saturday, September 26, the Grand Avenue Festival will give attendees the complete Grand Ave. experience: lots of free live music, art exhibits, historic building tours and more.
Sep 26, 2009 (Sat) 8:00 AM – 10:00 PM Focusing on a theme of adaptive re-use, recycling, and neighborhood sustainability Small businesses and art spaces along this unique and historic travel corridor will host building tours, exhibits, performances, music and other special activities that highlight the history of this distinctive area of downtown, while reflecting… Read more