Over 40% of downtown Phoenix is either vacant or a surface parking lot. This is more than most Rust Belt cities, including Detroit.
I am looking forward to the Regional Tree & Shade Summit taking place in downtown Phoenix this Wednesday, March 9 from 8:30 – 5:00 pm.
Phoenicians, if you haven’t had a chance to pick up a copy of the wonderful Midcentury Marvels book, you have another chance this Thursday.
If you missed January’s launch of the book “Midcentury Marvels: Commercial Architecture of Phoenix, 1945-1975,” here’s another opportunity.
I have compiled a rough list of the various City of Phoenix Boards and Commissions indicating those with vacancies and qualifications
The book will be released at a Brown Bag Lunch and Book Signing at noon on Friday Jan. 21. A limited edition of the first printing will be sold for $20. First come first serve!
This is an excellent commentary that I hope all candidates in Phoenix’s upcoming municipal elections pay close attention to, especially those running for mayor.
On June 10, 2010, the Keeper of the National Register accepted the nominations for 10 Central Phoenix historic districts.
The concept of adaptive reuse grows directly from genius loci.
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