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CityScape Update: New Openings

It’s so exciting to watch all-new entertainment developments grow and finally open to the public, especially when they promise to be “city-like” and house all-new local eateries. CityScape, Phoenix’s $900 million retail, residential and commercial project is set to open it’s first entertainment venue, Lucky Strike Lanes, along with a few highly-anticipated restaurants.

Lucky Strike Lanes

Downtown will no longer be a place to hit the office and then jet back home. CityScape invites downtowners to stay and play… play bowling that is. Lucky Strike Lanes, where glitz meets the bowling alley, is set to open its doors this Friday. The popular chain originated in Hollywood and is known for celebrity birthday parties, bachelorette bashes and corporate team-building events, according to The Arizona Republic. The sophisticated new lounge/bowling alley expects to bring Phoenicians for “work lunches, evening corporate events and late nights out for 25- to 45-year olds,” according to The Arizona Republic.

Retail and Restaurants

Although a gym, pharmacy and boutique have just opened for business at CityScape, the big draw will be the restaurants, which are derived from local celebrated entrepreneurs.

August

  • Five Guys Burgers: Yet another Five Guys Burgers, an Obama favorite, makes its way to CityScape. This fast-food and delicious eatery dishes out burgers, hot dogs and fries, and started in Washington D.C.

September

  • Rasputin Vodka Bar: For the young and the restless, Rasputin Vodka Bar will be a “late-night, DJ-inspired ultra lounge.”
  • Vitamin T: If you’re a fan of Iruña, Over Easy, The Lodge or Mabel’s on Main, you better try Aaron May’s all-new creation Vitamin T when it opens next month. Get ready for Mexican cuisine and tasty tequila cocktails in a trendy atmosphere!
  • LGO Coffee: La Grande Orange masterminds are creating a unique coffeehouse in CityScape… because what suits from the financial district don’t guzzle coffee numerous times a day, eh?

More on CityScape: CityScape will encompass the seamless blending of residential, office and retail, all within walking distance of the city’s cultural, music, restaurants, shopping, hotels, entertainment and sporting venues. Planned open spaces serve as a central gathering point for locals and visitors alike -accommodating citywide events and celebrations. It’s an invitation to usher in a new era in this city’s remarkable history.

Retail
CityScape will be a new shopping destination as it will showcase large regional retailers and national names. It will be a place to leisurely spend the day with its pedestrian walkways punctuated by greenery.

Office
Ideally situated in the heart of the core business district, the CityScape office tower is the premiere office address in downtown Phoenix. It offers approximately 600,000 square feet of exceptional Class A office space, complete with panoramic views and an abundance of natural light. Even the lobby offers a grand welcome for tenants, guests and visitors with graciously appointed natural stone floors, travertine and wood paneled walls and custom glass panels. CityScape also provides easy access to the new Metro Light Rail System, all three of the Valley’s major freeways and Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.

Residential
Be part of a vibrant city from the vantage point of CityScape’s residential address and adopt the new urban lifestyle! Transition between work, home and play – with CityScape’s brand-new condominiums. Here, you become part of a community that appreciates all that this downtown address provides – culture, music, fine dining and restaurants, casual conversation, shopping, open spaces, sporting events, city-wide celebrations and an energy that simply doesn’t exist anywhere else.

Hotels
Business and leisure travelers alike will delight in the welcoming atmosphere of such hotels as Kimpton’s Hotel Palomar.

For more information visit www.downtownphxrising.org.

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