Despite extensive remodels, the 1920 Neo-Classical building, now home to Sticklers, is one of Phoenix’s most intricately detailed structures.
An abandoned building in the Woodland Historic District is a relic of old Phoenix. But does anyone care to notice?
A c.1909 Neo-Colonial Revival home in Heritage Square is still admired today for its preserved charm.
The Pizzeria Bianco building wasn’t always a restaurant space.
The handsome brick office building once regularly projected a beacon that could be seen Valleywide.
An icon in the Phoenix skyline, Luhrs Tower is perhaps the crowning achievement in 1920s development in the city.
Perhaps Phoenix’s most iconic office building, this mid-’20s marvel was once the tallest building in the city.
A late ’30s Monterey, this is one of Alvarado’s best preserved classic homes.
An East Alvarado home yields a look into early ’40s Phoenix with some subtle stylistic touches.
One of East Alvarado’s gems turns 60 this year, yet it looks almost identical to the day it was finished.