After Hours Gallery debuts a new collection by Downtown-based artist Joshua Dean Wiley.
A neighborhood of gingerbread houses, created to benefit NHS Phoenix, gives the After Hours Gallery a wintry feel this Third Friday.
As the Willo area moved toward single-family zoning in 1930, the Alberta Apartments just opened, a symbol of the “uncontrolled” development of the pre-zoning age.
One of West McDowell’s original multi-family housing buildings packs some serious charm.
This ice cream shop is a saving grace to my oven-roasted spirits. I needed something cool.
One of Phoenix’s first model homes was also the first in Willo’s Broadmoor Subdivision.
The Hurley Building’s central addition is a post-war example of Phoenix commercial structures as the city entered its population boom period.
The Outside In gallery, home to the work of Matt Priebe, displays a collection of colorful, abstract expressionist paintings not to be missed.
The Hurley Building represents the Willo neighborhood’s first commercial strip, and is a key building at “The Gateway to Downtown Phoenix.”
Think Phoenix doesn’t have good examples of mixed-use buildings? Think again.