Monday, August 21, 2006

Downtown Phoenix Meets the Challenge of a Great American City

Finally ... A great American city needs a vibrant urban core, and Downtown Phoenix meets the challenge!

From major-league sports to live theater, from museums to Phoenix historic homes, (check out http://www.historiccentralphoenix.com ) or click the link above.

Luxury hotels and a state-of-the-art convention center, Downtown Phoenix offers a smorgasbord of cultural delights.

Downtown is anchored by the new Phoenix Convention Center, which is in the final stages of major expansion and renovation. It’s located just a few blocks from US Airways Center, home court of the Phoenix Suns, and Chase Field, hometown field of the Arizona Diamondbacks.

All of this is just one part of Copper Square, downtown's lively hub that features the Arizona Center, with its restaurants, movie theaters, specialty shops, concerts, street fairs, live theater, a plethora of historic Phoenix neighborhoods and so much more.

Across the street is Heritage Square, featuring restaurants and an interesting collection of historic buildings dating to the late 1800's. Homes that have been carefully restored and decorated to the period are open for tours

Just a few blocks west is the Orpheum Theater, a historic venue offering a wide array of concerts, performances and drama.

In addition there are luxury hotels, great restaurants, health clubs and specialty events.

And all of this encases the heart of the Phoenix business community and the heads of state, county and city government, including the Legislature, state offices and the office of the Governor, just a few miles to the west.

Put it all together and you have the ingredients for a rich cultural stew that adds spice to the rigorous academic life of ASU at the Downtown Phoenix campus.

If you're considering making a move into the downtown historic Phoenix area, call a Real Estate Agent who specializes in the downtown area and surrounding areas ... Laura Boyajian, aka, Laura B. at 602.400.0008. You can also visit her website at:

http://www.historiccentralphoenix.com

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