From adaptive reuse projects to historic spaces, there are plenty of creative places to house your business in downtown Phoenix.
The annual “downtown urban imaginarium” is a do-it-yourself tour de force of self-guided street art creativity, held the last weekend in April each year.
Guest contributor Ashley Harder shares an entrepreneur’s view of yesterday’s historic demolition.
Michael Levine points to the economic opportunity presented by our historic buildings.
Phoenicians gathered at Levine Machine to hear how Third Spaces help build community.
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
On the corner of Lincoln Street and Central Avenue in downtown Phoenix is a big warehouse for which there are even bigger plans.
“It’s called The Anchor Manufacturing Building and it’s got a really, really great rich history,” said Steve Rosenstein, who co-owns the building with his wife Andi Rosenstein. The Anchor Building, built in 1928, was previously been a Ford dealership, a city bus garage, and a Hensley & Company beer distributorship.