The family-owned local chain will bring its scratch-made Mexican food to the corner of 7th Street and Roosevelt in June.
The new book, “Phoenix’s Roosevelt Row,” will debut this Saturday, March 5 at 2 p.m. at Changing Hands Bookstore in Phoenix.
The proposed Roosevelt BID is on tomorrow’s Phoenix City Council agenda.
The Wurth family, the Wurth House, a host of expenses, and a piece of history all come together in the conclusion to the series.
Pressure from all sides, a coma, and a bizarre twist of fate. In part 3 of the Wurth House series, a house, a family, and a Roosevelt Row pioneer unite.
Part two of our four-part series on the history of the Joseph W. Wurth House picks up with new characters, modern struggles, and even a cliffhanger.
Part one of a series on the history of the 114-year-old Joseph W. Wurth House: a story of drama, near-misses and minor miracles.
The Roosevelt BID proposal received unanimous support this week from the Phoenix City Council’s Downtown, Aviation and Redevelopment Subcommittee.
The American Planning Association has designated the Roosevelt Row Arts District as an official ‘Great Place in America’ for 2015.
Chilean developer, Sencorp, to build 49 thoughtfully designed living spaces in Evans Churchill, near Roosevelt Row.