Located in the Roosevelt Row Arts District in downtown Phoenix, monOrchid was initially constructed as a warehouse in 1937 by acclaimed local developer Del Webb.
Over the years, it has housed many creative businesses, start-ups, and restaurants, while serving as an exceptional community-centric space for special events and performances. It was also at the epicenter of the LGBTQ+ history and nightlife in Phoenix in the 70s and 80s.
monOrchid is located in an arts and entertainment district that’s home to several hotels, restaurants, and nightlife and is just a short walk to the city’s urban core.
monOrchid itself is a blank canvas waiting to be painted with its contemporary design and bold wooden tresses. It has one cyclorama wall that can be used for photography and videography, two wall projectors, mobile walls to add flexibility to the space, a small outdoor courtyard area, and a charming industrial feel that can easily adapt to any theme or decor. monOrchid has in-house catering and bar packages that are highly customizable, and the venue is connected to two restaurants, so the after-party is never too far away.
Outside the venue, you’ll find colorful murals that make for perfect photo backdrops, and you’ll feel the city’s energy buzzing on every street corner with a picturesque view of the downtown skyline.