A high-tech business is moving to the Luhrs City Center in downtown Phoenix. Sensei Project Solutions will occupy the entire 9th floor of the historic building at Central Avenue and Jefferson Street.
Five startups have been selected to participate in the inaugural High Tide at Luhrs City Center program in downtown Phoenix. It is part of a new technology and innovation hub set up by business accelerator Tallwave and developer Hansji Corp., both of Scottsdale.
The two-night art celebration will take place on April 2 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. and April 3 from 6 p.m. until 10 p.m. The fundraising auction for the stilettos and art will take place at the April 2 event. Both the auction and the exhibit will be hosted at the Luhrs Tower City Center in downtown Phoenix.
Phoenix Business Journal cover story is about Luhrs City Center. Two of the oldest buildings in Phoenix are ushering in a revival of small businesses and startups downtown. The Luhrs City Center has undergone a $10 million renovation…
Mayor Stanton cited the Luhrs City Center renovation and plan for a technology and innovation hub, the Tallwave High Tide program at the Luhrs City Center and the new Phoenix office of GiftCard Zen at the Luhrs City Center.
The fast-growing company of 20 employees decided to open a second office in Phoenix to tap into the local talent base and double its workforce. Giftcard Zen buys unwanted gift cards and sells them online for a discounted price.
KPNX news report on Luhrs City Center and Tallwave launch of High Tide, a national startup commercialization program that enables entrepreneurs to build their products, take them to market faster and effectively grow their ideas into viable, scalable and sustainable companies.
It’s a spirited time in the United States, and serious libations have come to cities near and far….It was notoriously hard to get a proper pour in the heart of Downtown before Bitter and Twisted opened. This new lounge sports a few rarities that are sure to perk up Phoenix drinkers. First, it serves food late and is open until 2 AM.
High Tide at Luhrs City Center to invest in qualified innovators, providing office space, living expenses and the resources to help grow startups quickly. Hansji Corporation, owners of the iconic Luhrs City Center (LCC), the revitalized historic block in the heart of downtown Phoenix, is excited to announce a partnership with Scottsdale-based new venture company…
More than 15 years ago, when he was in his 20s, he worked in a tiny basement studio there. He has taken over two storefronts in the newly restored buildings, bringing attention to spaces that, it is hoped, one day will house local businesses. “Randy Slack Retrospective, From the Luhrs Basement + Beyond” from 5 p.m.-midnight. Friday, Dec. 5.