a wide variety of industries attend including artists, business owners, financial services professionals, lawyers, mortgage brokers, physicians, public relations and marketing consultants, public sector representatives, real estate agents, technologists, and many more.Read More
Cuisine. Culture. Community. Celebrate our continued support of the community at the 9th Annual Taste of the Biltmore, presented by National Bank of Arizona. Guests valley-wide are invited to this upscale block party and unofficial kick-off of the AZ charity season.Read More
The Wells Fargo Fiesta Bowl Million Dollar Hole-In-One continues to be one of the nation’s top amateur hole-in-one tournaments.
For just $1 a shot, more than 2,000 golfers of varying skill levels aim for a hole-in-one on a 125-yard hole. The top finishers each day receive fabulous prizes- including PING irons, golf bags and certificates for complimentary rounds of golf at the Valley’s best courses, as well as dining experiences at some of the Valley’s finest restaurants. The top three daily finishers, including anyone who nails a hole-in-one, advance to the final round for a shot at the $1 million hole.Read More
the Phoenix Mountain Preserve Park trails. The Grand Paseo was originally built as an amenity for guests of the Hotel to adventure into the foothills of then Squaw Peak – now known as Piestewa Peak. In the late 1970’s the sidewalks and trail became a treasure of the neighborhood and resort, connecting to the neighborhoodsRead More
The Jewell of the Desert 2400 E Missouri Avenue Phoenix Arizona 85016 602-955-6600 Tweet to @ArizonaBiltmore Tweets by...Read More
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Architect Earl Heitschmidt of Los Angeles designed the home at a cost of $1.2 million, in a combination of styles including Spanish Colonial. It has 24 rooms, 12 bathrooms, and nearly 20,000 square feet. Eextensive tilework was shipped to Phoenix during construction from Wrigley’s own Catalina, California factory and hauled by mule to the site. The Wrigleys maintained other residences in Chicago; Philadelphia; Lake Geneva, Wisconsin; Catalina Island; and Pasadena, and used this, the smallest of their houses, for only a few weeks a year. William Wrigley died in 1932, shortly after its completion. Today, the Wrigley Mansion is designated as one of represent the best landmarks of the city for both residents and visitors as a Phoenix Point of Pride. The Wrigley operates Jamie’s Wine Bar, fine dining & special events. Contact the Wrigley Mansion at 602-955-4079 or online at www.wrigleymansion.com 2501 East Telawa Trail Phoenix, AZ 85016 (602) 955-4079 Tweets by...Read More