PHOENIX (AP) — As the world’s top golfers gear up for the Tour de France, some of the country’s most recognizable landmarks are getting new names and new locations.
In Phoenix, the city will celebrate its 75th birthday and its first official location is a former bank building with a rooftop restaurant and art gallery.
Its second location is the former home of the National Bank of Arizona and it’s slated to open in 2020.
In the U.S., it will be the second-largest city in Arizona and the country, after New York.
The Phoenix area is a popular stop for golfers, who have been enjoying a tour of the Phoenix Convention Center and the University of Phoenix.
In fact, the last two years, more than 60 percent of the county’s golf courses were in the Phoenix area.
Phoenix was once known as the city of stars, but its decline in the 1970s and 1980s and its decline over the past half century have seen the area fade into the history books.
Now, its main attraction is a theme park and its theme park is a museum of golf history.
The most important change is the fact that the Phoenix airport has been moved from Phoenix to Tucson, which is now home to the University.
Its opening was a major boost for the city, which saw an increase in international business.
The airport is the biggest draw for golf courses, which bring in thousands of visitors a day.
That is a major source of income for the region and a big draw for Arizona tourism officials.
In Arizona, Phoenix attracts nearly 50,000 visitors a year, which makes the area one of the top golf destinations in the country.
The tourism industry generated $18.9 billion in revenue last year, up from $13.7 billion in 2014.
That’s about 10 percent of Arizona’s gross domestic product, or $21.4 billion.