Formerly a private residence, University Club of Phoenix has maintained the beauty of a vintage 1920′s home, while adapting the structure to meet the changing needs of our members and guests. The University Club exists in unique harmony with its surroundings, providing state-of-the-art amenities amidst the grandness of luxury living from an earlier era.
Our venue is both a beautiful and convenient setting for all varieties of catered events or special private functions. The club is available for breakfast meetings, luncheon programs, private dinners, weddings, seminars and even holiday parties.
The Purpose of the University Club shall be (a) to attract members who contribute to the growth and vitality of our community; (b) to provide dining facilities and permanent premises for social networking among its members; and (c) to encourage educational, business and cultural activities through the use of the Club’s facilities by members and
non-members for meetings and forums.
University Club of Phoenix Foundation
The University Club of Phoenix Foundation, in alignment with our mission statement, provides a young artist scholarship program. The purpose of the scholarship program is to encourage the pursuit of arts education and provides a showcase for their work to further their career. If you would like to donate to the Foundation, please contact Jan F. Haase at (602) 254-5408.
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Featured Wedding Package
University Club Of Phoenix
Winter Romance Wedding Package
January & February
$3,000 For 50 people
This package includes:
- 2 Hors D’oeuvres from our Special Hors D’oeuvres Menu
- Fresh Garden Salad: With fresh tomatoes, cucumbers and house vinaigrette dressing
- Fresh Seasonal Accompaniments
Choice of one Entree:
Chicken Parmesan: Sautéed Chicken Breast served with marinara sauce and topped with parmesan
Pork Tenderloin: Roasted and sliced thin with pineapple, Mango and Chipotle chutney
Herb Crusted Fresh Salmon: Baked & accompanied with fresh dill butter
Also included: Wedding Cake, Champagne Toast, All linens, Tables, Chairs, Flatware, Glassware, and Small Dance Floor.
*Winter Romance package is available for parties of up to 50 people. For parties larger than 50 people please call for alternate pricing.
**22% Service Charge and 8.3% Sales Tax Included
Site Fee Waived
Call (602) 254-5408 today to make your reservation.
Washington Athletic Club
A Cornerstone of Seattle Since 1930
The Washington Athletic Club opened its doors on December 16, 1930. Since then it’s been a home away from home for Seattle’s Who’s Who in business, political and social circles.
Not long after the Club opened, the Great Depression hit the West Coast and the WAC was threatened with closing its doors. Noting its importance, civic leaders and community members pulled together and kept the Club viable.
In the 1940s the WAC reciprocated the community’s support with a huge mobilization of members who worked on behalf of the World War II effort. By the time the war ended, WAC members had contributed nearly nine years of man-hours in supporting the troops.
In the 1950s the WAC expanded its Clubhouse with a four-story addition. Less than 20 years later the Club expanded once again, adding another eight stories onto the 1955 addition.
Most recently the Club underwent an extensive remodel that added state-of-the-art fitness facilities, a day spa and physical therapy services. The WAC’s Helene Madison Pool and Crystal Ballroom were also restored to their 1930s splendor.
Over the years the WAC’s membership roll has been proud to list Olympic athletes, politicians and community leaders. Helene Madison was the WAC’s first Olympic athlete, winning three gold medals in swimming in the 1932 games. Washington state Governor Albert Rosellini, newspaperman Royal Brougham, and founding member of Seafair and Northwest Hospital Roscoe “Torchy” Torrance are but a few other notable members.
For More Information please visit the website at https://www.wac.net/
This Old House
We are putting together a book about the history of the University Club of Phoenix. Should you have any old photos, articles or fond memories, please forward them to us. We want to preserve the Club’s rich heritage. Contact us by either calling Jan Haase at 602-254-5408, Fax: 602-254-6186 or email: email@example.com
. We look forward to hearing from you.