Wide World Maps & More
After 35 years at the same location, the Phoenix Main Store location of Wide World Maps & More is moving east. The new location is still on Indian School but will be 4.5 miles east, at 2133. E. Indian School Road, Phoenix.
Wide World Maps & More was the first “map store” concept in the state, offering a wide variety of maps and map-related items from all over the world. For more: maps4u.com.
The Shops on Camelback
The Shops on Camelback have moved. The new location is at 835 E. Camelback Road, Phoenix. The home and garden store features a mix of handpicked antique and vintage pieces, furnishings and accessories.
Michigan native Michael Withey has teamed up with the owners of The Stand and introduced The Bar to the Arcadia Neighborhood. The unique hangout has an extensive lineup of food and drinks and is located near the ever-expanding area near 32nd Street and Indian School Road, on the NW corner.
The newest neighborhood haircut spot has opened in the Arcadia Gateway Shopping Center.
Scott Resort & Spa
The property previously known as FireSky Resort & Spa is making its debut with a new title. The 204-room resort, located in Old Town Scottsdale, plans to invest $15 million over the next two years to reinvent the property. The first phase of the redesign will begin in May 2017 and be complete in September of 2017.
The Hermosa Inn
The AAA Four Diamond Paradise Valley hotel has undergone renovations, with 10 deluxe hideaway casitas, 33 newly renovated casitas and an expansion of Lon’s Last Drop bar and patio. The expansion began in 2015, with $5.5 million put into the renovation.
You’ve got to get your fresh fruit arrangements in a new location. The Edible Arrangements in the Sprout’s Plaza at 28th St. and Indian School Road has moved a few blocks east, to the northwest corner of 32nd St.
and Indian School Road.