Downtown Phoenix is where businesses prosper in Arizona.
With its constant sunshine, amazing sports complexes and unique shopping, it’s no wonder so many businesses flock to Downtown Phoenix, Arizona. New and established companies alike are setting up business in the downtown area in an effort to truly be at the center of it all.
With more than $4 billion newly invested in office space, retail, restaurants, educational facilities, convention space and hotel rooms, this is a new era of the growth for the Valley of the Sun’s true urban center. Today’s Downtown Phoenix is the center for employment, professional sports, living, and arts and culture. The dramatic changes over the past five years are providing a surge in momentum for even more development. In addition to large-scale projects such as the Phoenix Convention Center expansion, METRO Light Rail Line and the Phoenix Biomedical Campus serving as major activity centers, there is a real grassroots effort by residents and employees to create a true downtown community. This change is being driven by neighborhood residents, chefs and restaurateurs, researchers from the Biomedical Campus, students from Arizona State University and the University of Arizona Medical School, and the thousands of people who live, work and play downtown.
Home to numerous major employers, Downtown Phoenix boasts the highest concentration of employment in the state. Come see why so many businesses choose to call downtown home!
Featured Blog Posts
A roundup of recent Downtown Phoenix news stories.
The Downtown Phoenix Partnership calculated office vacancy rates for the ninety square block...
The Downtown Phoenix Partnership has released a new piece of collateral detailing total boar...
Downtowners can get everything they need to keep looking great, all within a few short blocks.
The Downtown Phoenix Partnership has compiled pedestrian counts for a number of intersection...
The new development will open in fall of 2013.
Announcing the winners of the Best of Downtown awards
Downtown Phoenix continued to grow in 2012. Here is a quick look at what has completed and ...
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