The Scottsdale Waterfront is a 1.1 million-square-foot project located in downtown Scottsdale with retail, office, restaurant and high-rise residential buildings.
From one-of-a-kind boutiques to designer duds and Southwestern tchotchkes, downtown Scottsdale is a shopping lover’s dream.
Located at the intersection of 5th Avenue & Marshall Way, this fountain is one of the most photographed landmarks in all of Scottsdale.
Old Town Mission
Scottsdale’s first Catholic church was built in 1933 by Mexican and Yaqui Indian families who settled in the area. Today, the Old Adobe Mission is still used as a spiritual center.
Discover the heart and soul of our city – Downtown Scottsdale! This compact swath of real estate is home to nine walkable neighborhoods filled with boutiques, art galleries, restaurants, nightclubs and attractions. There’s even a free downtown trolley, so you can park once and explore all day long.
Here are just a few of the things you can do in Downtown Scottsdale:
Explore the 100+ galleries in the Scottsdale Arts District
Take in the Thursday night ArtWalk
Shop to your heart’s content atScottsdale Fashion Square
Browse hundreds of boutiques at the Scottsdale Waterfront, outhBridge, Fifth Avenue Shops & Boutiques and Old Town
See a show at theScottsdale Center for the Performing Artst
Check out cutting-edge works at the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art
Take a walking tour of public art
Dine at dozens of outstanding restaurants
Party ‘til the wee hours at the 80+ lounges, bars and nightclubs in the Entertainment District and the rest of downtown
Take a walk through the historic Old Town Scottsdale and get a flavor of the old west. Wooden sidewalks and rustic traditions are preserved as you tie your horse to each shop’s hitching post. Read more »