Q&A: Scottsdale Councilman Guy Phillips sounds off on Old Town dismay

As the relics of indulgence line the streets of Old Town Scottsdale’s entertainment district most days — to the embarrassment of some and [...] Continue Reading →

Codes, collaboration and parking define underlying Old Town Scottsdale development tension

The old adage, “the squeaky wheel gets the grease,” continues to ring true. On a blistering July day — like countless others before — [...] Continue Reading →

Whitehead: In opposition to Scottsdale’s ‘G-101’ unit purchase

On Tuesday, the City Council will decide whether to spend $3 million to purchase and renovate a downtown condo. The Museum of the West will use [...] Continue Reading →

In concert at the historic Teatro Marcellus in Rome: Sima performs this August

She’s a highly-trained vocalist who started her career in New York City before becoming a top recording artist in Europe. She’s performed many [...] Continue Reading →

Larsen: The merits of two Old Town Scottsdale development proposals

As a longtime Scottsdale resident and Old Town business owner, I feel compelled to add a voice to the discussion of the inevitable development in [...] Continue Reading →

Spring Venture Group announces Scottsdale office

Spring Venture Group, an insurance marketing and data analytics company specializing in senior health products, have announced their expansion to [...] Continue Reading →

Nichols: Is Museum Square the beginning of Old Town Scottsdale’s destruction?

The concepts behind the Museum Square proposal seem sound at first blush. This seems like a great use of an area that is not up to its full [...] Continue Reading →

Don & Charlie’s Hotel reduces proposed Old Town footprint

A development agreement for Don & Charlie’s Hotel has been amended to reduce the bonus development standard for gross-floor-area ratio. On [...] Continue Reading →

An Independent examination of Museum Square: A proposed vision for Old Town emerges

Graphics, photos, maps and artist renderings of Arizona architecture, Old Town Scottsdale and development plans cover nearly ever inch of wall in [...] Continue Reading →

Henninger: Scottsdale’s fate lies in city leaders’ hands

A few days ago, while hiking solo on the Lost Dog Trail in Scottsdale’s mountains preserve, it felt like I was a million miles away from the City [...] Continue Reading →