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.
As the Downtown Phoenix Partnership Chair and a Downtown Phoenix, Inc. board member, Ron Butler shares his unique perspective on the growth of our downtown.
Careful planning is in the works to develop the largest downtown parcel of land in 25 years.
For one night only, visit the historic Luhrs Building and experience Phoenix history through the work of downtown artist Randy Slack.
Artspace, a nonprofit developer of affordable live/work spaces for artists and arts organizations, visited Phoenix last week to get the lay of the land.
PHX Renews has temporarily transformed an empty corner into a patchwork of small farms, community gardens, and sustainable living demonstration projects.
Longtime midtown favorite, FEZ is moving into new digs on Portland and Central in the new year.
Civic Space Park hosts two free events this weekend. Celebrate Arizona music with Los Dias de la Crescent Saturday, and Bike-in Movie at the Park on Sunday.
CCBG Architects have helped R & R Partners transform historic warehouses into imaginative office space just south of downtown.
The creative marketing minds at the Arizona Opera have outdone themselves once again with bold new visuals for this year’s season.
The FAA’s NextGen plan has rerouted flight paths for departing plans, and the resulting noise in some historic neighborhoods has taken residents by surprise.