Formerly known as Copper Square, the Downtown Arizona area is alive with fun, energy, and opportunity for all who live and play in the area. The neighborhood is made up of great restaurants, performing arts venues, chances for education, and plenty of places to live. The Downtown Phoenix Partnership is a nonprofit organization whose goal was to revitalize this 90-square block are of downtown Phoenix. The boundaries of the area include Jackson Street, Seventh Street, Fillmore Street, and Third Avenue. The partnership was formed in 1990 and has since been trying to strengthen the area's development and encourage people to live and spend free time in the area enjoying the variety of opportunities that exist. In addition to marketing and renovations, projects have included increasing security and police presence in the area, offering transportation and parking, creating attractive streetscapes, maintaining public facilities, and helping with economic development. The area is considered one of the states most impressive dining destinations. There are more than 100 restaurant choices in the area and they vary in price from small coffee shops up to gourmet fine dining. Downtown Arizona's website includes blogs from locals recommending restaurants, night spots, watering holes, places to live and work, fun things to do, and musings on life.