Custom high-end denim store to weave its way into CityScape


A high-end denim shop is opening its doors Sunday in CityScape, with the hopes of bringing a “Johnny Depp meets GQ” style to the Phoenix business scene. Read story

Downtown Devil Discussion explores what public spaces in Phoenix need to offer


Phoenix’s public spaces were discussed on Wednesday evening by a panel of community activists as part of the last Downtown Devil Discussion of the semester. Read story

CityScape fills retail spot with Starbucks opening


CityScape filled one more of its retail spaces yesterday when Starbucks opened a location in the downtown mixed-use development. Read story

CityScape nears full occupancy as critics, supporters debate its progress


A little over a year ago, CityScape, a new, $900 million mixed-use development project, arrived in downtown Phoenix. Today, CityScape is nearing full occupancy, as a bevy of new restaurants gear up to open before the end of the year. Read story

Slide show: CityScape ice skating


CityScape celebrated the start of the Christmas season Saturday with the return of an ice rink and a Christmas tree-lighting ceremony. Read story

Yogurtini opens at CityScape as development nears full occupancy

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Yogurtini is the newest addition to the $900 million mixed-use downtown development. After the 7-month process of readying the building, the store is now open for business. Read story

LGO Public House pulls out of CityScape lineup

LGO Public House, a restaurant affiliated with the group behind popular restaurant La Grande Orange, will no longer open in CityScape, but the Downtown Phoenix Partnership is working to find them another location downtown. Read story

CityScape holiday tree lit for winter season

On CityScape’s new 30-foot-tall holiday tree, which was lit on Nov. 27, it’s not just the branches that are “green.” Read story

CityScape to celebrate grand opening

CityScape, the $900 million complex of retailers in downtown Phoenix, will celebrate its grand opening this weekend with a large-scale block party including Mayor Phil Gordon’s State of Downtown address, a Friday morning coffee give-away and free performances by Macy Gray and Third Eye Blind, according to the president of the Downtown Phoenix Partnership. Read story