For Immediate Release
Point B, an integrated management consulting, digital studio, venture investment, and real estate firm, has completed renovations on the “Hardware Store,” located at 815 and 829 North 1st Avenue in Phoenix. The restoration leverages the historical nature and character of the existing buildings, and includes updated interior and common areas and creative office space in proximity to downtown and the Roosevelt Row neighborhood.
“Point B has created a space that marries the history of the neighborhood’s past with the vibrant arts scene of today into a place any business would want to call home,” said Executive Director of the Downtown Phoenix Partnership, Dan Klocke. “This is the type of atmosphere we strive to build every day in Downtown Phoenix.”
“The renovated property offers attractive options to the modern worker looking to be connected to a vibrant neighborhood in a central location,” said President of Point B Real Estate, Matt Hargis. “Point B moved our own offices here…with a grand opening in October…due to the optimal design for connection and collaboration between workers, the ideal location that allows our people to be close to our clients, and the great places for happy hour outings or fantastic lunches.”
To ensure the exterior of the property reflects the character and vibrancy of the neighborhood, Point B spent a day with Andy Brown and other local artists, Free Arts for Abused Children of Arizona, and the Phoenix Center for the Arts in November to paint a colorful, panoramic mural as part of the final renovation touches.
Point B is both a developer and a real estate solutions and services provider. Whether developing for our own account or on behalf of others, our goal is to make a positive long-term impact on the communities in which we work while creating exceptional value and returns for our stakeholders. To learn more about Point B Property Development, visit: https://www.pointb.com/property-development/beyond-basics.
Point B has plans for continued investments in the Phoenix area. For additional information on potential opportunities, please contact Heather Personne.