Downtown Chandler businesses feted for successes during challenging year

By Wrangler News Staff

Chandler Mayor Kevin Hartke presented his annual State of the Downtown remarks, sharing information on recent growth in Downtown Chandler as well as development properties coming online in 2021 and 2022, including DC Heights, a 157-unit multi-family housing complex.

DCCP Executive Director Mary Murphy-Bessler updated COVID-19 safety precautions implemented by the Clean & Safe Team; community attractions, such as Sugarland; communication with Chandler regarding 30-minute parking, and On the Street Dining Program and Dine in the Park initiatives.

The ceremony included a special Spirit Award in name of Bobby Kramer, food and beverage director for the Brickyard Downtown and Hidden House, whose life was lost tragically in a crash with a wrong-way driver. The award celebrates individuals or businesses that lift the spirit of the Chandler community.

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