Tear down La Placita, keep bikes away from the streetcar and build on what you already have.
Rio Nuevo can breathe easily now that its statutory audit is behind it for another three years.
Rio Nuevo moved another step closer to fixing up the dilapidated Tucson Convention Center.
The audit of the Rio Nuevo downtown redevelopment district released last week provides Tucson and the board that oversees the projects a study in lost opportunity while offering strong common-sense recommendations to make our urban core stronger.
Rio Nuevo received a bit of good news this week when the Arizona Office of the Auditor General released its most recent audit of district finances.
The Rio Nuevo debacle may have squandered millions of dollars in taxpayer money, but no one will wind up behind bars because of it.
Rio Nuevo has someone new balancing its books.
Shakespeare once asked, “What’s in a name?”
The AC Tucson hotel planned at Fifth Avenue and Broadway, downtown, appears to us to be what's needed to keep the burgeoning local hot spots successful and create a tourist and business travel destination.
At least one person had a good start to his week.
Tucson moved one step closer to realizing a new downtown hotel Monday.
Things may be looking up for the moribund Tucson Convention Center after the City Council unanimously approved measures Tuesday to update the facility and bring in an outside management company to curb costs.
After years of covering losses at the Tucson Convention Center, the city is considering turning over management of the beleaguered arena to a private company.
Rio Nuevo can rest easy knowing its bond rating will remain level this year, even if its future outlook was downgraded slightly.
Whether Garfield-Traub Development Arizona’s lawsuit against the Rio Nuevo Multipurpose Facilities District ever makes it to trial remains unknown, but if it does new attorneys will be in Rio Nuevo’s corner.
Downtown property owner Allan Norville is taking another swing at building a new downtown hotel and exhibition center.
Describing the existing Tucson Convention Center arena as dreary and dingy, the Rio Nuevo board approved a $7.8 million project to revive the '70s-era event center.
Downtown Tucson is showing progress, signs of a real downtown. Finally.
Rio Nuevo took the first, formal steps Monday toward fixing up the dilapidated Tucson Convention Center.
The company most actively involved in the redevelopment of downtown's west side is asking to change the terms of its agreement with the city for a third time.