The Warehouse District location in Phoenix, AZ is 14 blocks by six blocks North of Interstate 17, Just south of the Downtown Core and North of Central City South.
Location Boundaries: Jackson Street south to Grant Street; 7th Street west to 7th Avenue
With large expanses of space, many of the historic warehouses found in
the neighborhood are well-suited to the open, collaborative workspaces
sought by startups and creative firms.
From Produce to Productivity
Where produce warehouses and distribution centers once clustered along the railroad tracks in Phoenix’s warehouse district, a tech and creative hub with urban authenticity is emerging. With large expanses of open space, the neighborhood’s historic buildings are being reborn as start-ups, event venues, design studios, art galleries and more.
ENDLESS OPPORTUNITIES EXIST IN PHOENIX’S WAREHOUSE DISTRICT
The City of Phoenix Warehouse District is making a huge comeback. Head south a few blocks of downtown and the buildings get shorter. Towering skyscrapers give way to vintage brick warehouses. In the shadows of Talking Stick Resort Arena and Chase Field, the vibe is more laid back. This is where visionaries see what others cannot. An inspiring glimpse, at once, of downtown Phoenix’s past and future. Today, the neighborhood is being reborn with very exciting results. It’s attracting an eclectic collection of office spaces, restaurants, galleries, and one-of-a-kind venues for music and events. It’s urban realness draws creative ventures and tech start-ups alike. Ambitious entrepreneurs are reinvigorating once-shuttered warehouses with adaptive new uses. It’s more than a different side of the tracks; it’s a different side of Phoenix and its gaining momentum. This is the future of downtown’s next wave of growth.