Located inside the historic Luhrs Building, the 10-storey brick and stone structure that was Phoenix’s first-ever high rise, Bitter and Twisted serves superior drinks in stylish surroundings.
Unique, booze-infused venues, including traditional bars, speakeasies and distilleries, await groups that would like to toast over delicious handcrafted cocktails after a meeting.
Vogue asked: Is Phoenix the Coffee Capital of the Southwest? The answer is yes. Jobs, schools, housing fuel the coffee shop boom in downtown Phoenix.
Two popular restaurant tenants have committed to Luhrs City Center in downtown Phoenix: La Madeleine Country French Café and Serafina Coffee Bar.
This decade has been a good one for adaptive reuse and historic renovation in Phoenix. Recently NAIOP tapped another such Downtown project, Luhrs City Center, as its 2016 Redevelopment Project of the Year.
Lincoln Property Company (LPC) has earned the 2017 Best of NAIOP “Redevelopment Project of the Year” for Luhrs City Center, a National Historic Landmark.
Lincoln Property Company earns “The Outstanding Building of the Year” (TOBY) for its management of Luhrs City Center in downtown Phoenix.
LPC and Invesco Ltd. have purchased the historic Luhrs City Center in downtown Phoenix. The joint venture will next initiate a multi-million-dollar renovation.
Watch this video from Artist Randy Slack’s Retrospective Install and Opening Reception.
An app that allows local businesses to offer same-day delivery and software that enables video gamers to compete and earn money while playing games were two of the four startups that presented at Tallwave’s inaugural High Tide program at Luhrs City Center in downtown Phoenix this week.