214 E Roosevelt St
Phoenix, AZ 85004
For those who know monOrchid, it's a hidden treasure amongst all the the revitalization efforts in the Phoenix downtown area. On the north side of Roosevelt, it's unassuming in appearance and unique in nature. It's a very special space that allows for us to share in celebration as well as the awaken our desire for imagination.
Ironically, it's mostly a part of those who are "in the know." So to elevate its continued success, the time has come to increase the awareness of this amazing space, challenge the conventional thinking of event planning, and inspire the creative soul in all of us.
The monOrchid is a 14,000 square foot space comprised of open exhibition space, ofﬁce pods, and two world-class photo cycloramas. The varied connected spaces house multiple creative businesses and offer unique settings for cultural events within the masonry walls and soaring natural wood bow trusses. Originally a warehouse constructed in 1937 by Del Webb, the building is an excellent example of adaptive-reuse in the City's core. Through ten years of renovation and invention, the building has morphed into a place for collaboration, creativity and celebration.