The Ability360 Center is a 62,000-square-foot universally designed, accessible and transit-oriented non-profit resources center serving the disability community in the Greater Phoenix Metropolitan area. A national model for accessible design and collaborative programming, the Ability360 Center is located in the heart of Phoenix, less than two and a half miles from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport and situated conveniently on the Valley Metro light rail system.
The Ability360 Center is available for day and evening use and its venues provide the setting for meetings, conferences, holiday parties, weddings and other corporate and social events. Onsite cafe/catering is available through Cafe Cultivate.
Ability360 Center Spaces
The Nina Mason Pulliam Conference Center is a fully accessible facility that features 3,034 square feet of conference space that can be divided into two separate meetings rooms. In its entirety, the conference center can seat 120 guests banquet style or up to 150 people theater style. Adjacent courtyards provide the perfect setting for an outdoor cocktail hour or buffet meal.
At 526 square feet, Classroom A can accommodate 15 individuals and is ideal for a small meeting or seminar. The room has teleconference capabilities and is fragrance-free, with a dedicated HEPA filtration system for persons with multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS).
Classroom B measures 732 square feet and can accommodate 25 people. With teleconferencing and a fully accessible kitchen, Classroom B is perfect for a breakfast or lunch meeting.
Ability360 Center boasts a 7,400 square-foot lighted patio that accommodates nearly 300 guests. With sweeping panoramic views of South Mountain and Tovrea Castle to the north, the patio is a breathtaking and memorable setting for weddings, cocktail receptions and other outdoor events.
Ability360 Sports & Fitness Center
The Ability360 Sports & Fitness Center is co-located with the Ability360 Center. This universally accessible sports and fitness center is designed to bring people together with all different types of disabilities, of all ages, to encourage wellness, physical fitness and nutritional health.
The 45,000-square-foot sports, fitness and aquatics center is the first of its kind in the Western United States. In addition to hosting competitive sports programs for persons with disabilities, the center accommodates fitness, health and wellness programs. Onsite cafe/catering is available through Cafe Cultivate.