Daily Archives: April 26, 2008
Cielo. This midtown Phoenix condo project is touted as a “new way of living amid a transforming and alluring Phoenix.”
Hmmmm… by the looks of the way they maintain their sales office and property on North Central, “alluring” ain’t the word.
The Project for Livable Communities (PLC) is a nonprofit organization headquartered in metropolitan Phoenix; membership includes professionals in urban design, public health, physical activity, education, and journalism. Founded in 2005, PLC fosters livable communities by addressing three major community components of the environments in which we live and work — Healthy Design, Safe Design, and Sustainable Design -– and focusing on the best practices of each.
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[Source: Ahwatukee Foothill News] — The Phoenix Symphony’s administrative offices and box office currently located at the Arizona Center will relocate to One North First Street in downtown Phoenix. The new location, just one block west of Symphony Hall, will provide patrons with easy access to purchase tickets on the second floor of the building. Street parking is available adjacent to the new facility located at the corner of North First Street and East Washington Street.
The administrative offices will continue to remain open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and can be reached by calling 602-495-1117. The box office hours will also remain open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday and can be reached by calling 602-495-1999. Contacting the symphony by phone or fax will remain unchanged. The satellite box office conveniently located at Symphony Hall will remain open and unaffected by the office move. The Phoenix Symphony’s new street and mailing address is: The Phoenix Symphony, One North First Street, Suite 200, Phoenix, AZ 85004.
[Source: Emily Baker, CoStar Group] — Scottsdale, AZ-based Third and Roosevelt Development LLC purchased 0.61 acres at 408-414 E. Roosevelt St. in Phoenix from Phoenix City Investments for $6.65 million. The buyer has not disclosed plans for development, but the property was purchased as part of an assemblage. It is located in downtown Phoenix, between N. 3rd and N 5th streets and E. Roosevelt and E. Portland streets.