Tag: business

Developments coming to downtown

Downtown Phoenix has seen a massive amount of development over the last few years. To help you stay informed, we're now keeping a list...

Phoenix Startup Week kicks off its five-day convention

The fourth annual Phoenix Startup Week began on Monday at the George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center, kicking off a five-day convention for...

The Churchill continues trend of shipping container developments

The Churchill, a new development built completely out of repurposed shipping containers,  is hoping to create a community-driven marketplace full of local businesses when...

Kaleidoscope Juice offers new food menu

After moving into their current location with Cartel Coffee Lab in May, the juice bar has expanded their menu to include sandwiches, burritos and more.

Brain injury survivors to open Roosevelt Row coffee shop in January

Ray Lamb and Oliver Bryan met at a neurological rehabilitation program after being in separate bike accidents. The two will be opening a cafe in Roosevelt Point in 2016.

After years of setbacks, Cornish Pasty Co. downtown location opening in early 2016

Owner Dean Thomas is in the process of renovating the newest location of the English pub, which will be located on Central Avenue and Monroe Street.

Downtown businesses prepare for summer months

The summer heat in Phoenix is no longer a death sentence for downtown businesses, but business owners are still making special preparations for the summer months.

Fitness studio Orangetheory to open new location at CityScape in coming months

Orangetheory, a fitness studio with an emphasis on unique exercises and monitoring heart rate, will open a new location at CityScape in the coming months.

Entrepreneur Jeff Cunningham speaks to students about critical thinking at Must See Mondays event

Jeff Cunningham spoke on the importance of market disruption and the freedom of speech at an installment of the Walter Cronkite School's Must See Monday event.

Devil’s Advocate: Whether Super Bowl Central was good or bad, at least it was...

Thanks to America’s obsession with the sport (and business) of football, we were able to see downtown Phoenix in a new light. For a few days, downtown felt dense and vibrant, and the crowds made it seem like the night would never end.