Jill Bernstein is a longtime Phoenician with more than 30 years experience in writing, editing, marketing, and event production. She loves vibrant, pedestrian-oriented urban neighborhoods filled with eclectic businesses, good food, and interesting faces. Always ready to embrace a good anachronistic phrase, she is “pleased as Punch” to see downtown Phoenix coming to life.
Vintage Partners are peeling back the stucco to reveal the midcentury modern bones in Uptown Plaza’s exciting new redevelopment.
Visit Phoenix President and CEO, Steve Moore, shares his excitement with what he calls “the new downtown.”
Art Detour was born in the Warehouse District, which still serves as a creative hub for downtown and makes a worthy, accessible “detour” during Detour.
Connect the dots for your downtown adventure! Go “beyond the trolley” route and experience all that Art Detour 27 has to offer this weekend.
Dean Sylvester of the ASU Sandra Day O’Connor School of Law shares how relevant the new downtown campus will be for students, faculty and citizens alike.
Downtown ASU rolls out the welcome mat for free tours and events this Saturday.
In the second part of a recent Conversation, Mayor Stanton pinpoints why downtown is essential to a sustainable future.
Mayor Stanton shares how growing events and hospitality, including playing host to Super Bowl Central, are strengthening our essential downtown core.
The City of Phoenix and Roosevelt Housing Associates have mutually agreed to terminate their agreement for the 2nd Street/Knipe House mixed-use development.
As Phoenix District 7 Councilman and Downtown Phoenix Inc. board member, Michael Nowakowski is focused on building common ground.