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Community Development has just updated their map of projects that are currently under construction in the City of Tempe.  The map features the major projects located all around Tempe.  A map view on the right works dynamically with the location list on the left. Zoom and scroll with your mouse and click on either side for info.
The Developments Map link is in the blue navigation bar up under the header image.
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Mill around the Mill

Don’t just do the same old thing this weekend! You can be part of history this Friday night.

  • The dedication of the Hayden Flour Mill happens this Friday from 5 – 10 p.m. with three musical acts, tours and more than 55 vendor booths.
  • The dedication ceremony happens at 6 p.m. and includes Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community President Diane Enos, the Tempe City Council, Downtown Tempe Community and the Rio Salado Foundation. There may be some surprise special guests with links to the city’s founding past, too.

Jared and the Mill, a band that named itself after the building, will perform starting at 6:45 p.m. The group plays instruments that might have been used by people who lived in the 1870s, when the flour mill was built, such as washboards, banjos, accordions and drums. They blend old tyme with modern style for a fresh folk-pop sound. Take a listen at: 

Jared & The Mill "In Our Youth"

Take a peek inside the mill with Tempe City Architect Mark Vinson:

Want to know more? www.tempe.gov/haydenflourmill

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MAD WOB and History in the Making

  • 2012 - World of Beers 2012 - World of Beers
  • 2007 - American Apparel 2007 - American Apparel
  • 1980 - First National Bank 1980 - First National Bank
  • 1930's 1930's
  • 1912 1912
     

Mill Avenue District’s World Of Beer (MAD WOB) opened to long lines and big buzz on August 8, 2012 after months of a fantastic renovation and adaptive re-use of the historic Egyptian Revival Style Tempe National Bank building at 6th Street and Mill Avenue. WOB supports Tempe and Arizona’s growing independent, craft beer industry and Mill Avenue’s continuing tradition of creativity in business.

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