1951 @ SkySong
Located at SkySong, the ASU Scottsdale Innovation Center, 1951 @ SkySong offers ASU faculty, staff, students and ventures a collaborative space for their ideas and innovation to thrive. Named for the year Scottsdale was incorporated, 1951 @ Skysong is an event and collaborative workspace that combines 1950s décor with the latest collaboration opportunities. The resulting premise combines historical influence with a forward-thinking, innovative atmosphere.
The spaced showcases Americana on loan from the collection of Scottsdale real estate entrepreneur, Michael Pollack. It includes a Bob’s Big Boy statue, an ASU Devil neon sign, a rocket-shaped gumball machine, a Marilyn Monroe neon sign and Wurlitzer juke boxes, among other collectables.
Event Space (by reservation only)
Located on the ground floor of SkySong Building 1, the 2,500 sq. ft. event space offers a meeting room with furniture, fixtures and audio-visual equipment, including:
- A drop-down projector screen
- A dedicated podium and laptop PC
- 5 lavalier or handheld microphones
The collaborative workspace provides ASU faculty, staff, students and ventures with 2,400 sq. ft. of workspace to turn their ideas into a reality. Built on a hot-desk, hoteling model, the collaborative workspace offers:
- Booths and semi-private meeting areas
- Mentor “nooks” with whiteboards
- Table clusters for different sized teams
- Wi-Fi and printer access
- A reservable conference room for up to 12