Over 40% of downtown Phoenix is either vacant or a surface parking lot. This is more than most Rust Belt cities, including Detroit.
PBS visited Queen Creek (a suburb of Phoenix) to profile a family living through the recession in a new suburb.
ASU’s Phoenix Urban Research Laboratory and the School of Geographical Sciences & Urban Planning are hosting two lectures by Andrés Duany on Oct. 13
PARK(ing) Day is returning to downtown Phoenix on Friday, September 17th when we’ll transform curbside parking spots into temporary public parks.
I was invited to take part in ASU’s Barrett’s Urban Experience, a 4-day intensive introduction to downtown Phoenix for Barrett Honors College freshmen
The Seventh Avenue Merchants Association needs your help to make a community garden possible in the Melrose District
On April 1, ASU will hold the first of series of community dialogues at the Downtown Phoenix campus between 8 a.m. and noon.
With a bit of creative thinking, the hotel could be a space that fosters the ideas of tomorrow as an incubator for social innovators and local enterprises
Phoenix is about to loose another historic gem. This time however, the antagonist isn’t a greedy developer but our very own city government and state university.
CenPho Camp on January 23rd, will be an opportunity for central Phoenicians to learn social media and how it can help improve our businesses and community.