Tag: Burton Barr Central Library

From the Arizona Room | 10-30 N. 3rd Ave. — J.M. Walker Building

March 9, 2011 | By

Despite extensive remodels, the 1920 Neo-Classical building, now home to Sticklers, is one of Phoenix’s most intricately detailed structures.

From the Arizona Room | 736 W. Woodland Ave. — VFW Armory

March 2, 2011 | By

An abandoned building in the Woodland Historic District is a relic of old Phoenix. But does anyone care to notice?

From the Arizona Room | 609 E. Adams St. — Thomas House

February 23, 2011 | By

A c.1909 Neo-Colonial Revival home in Heritage Square is still admired today for its preserved charm.

From the Arizona Room | 623 E. Adams St. — F.S. Baird Machine Shop

February 16, 2011 | By

The Pizzeria Bianco building wasn’t always a restaurant space.

From the Arizona Room | 234 N. Central Ave. — Security Building

February 9, 2011 | By

The handsome brick office building once regularly projected a beacon that could be seen Valleywide.

From the Arizona Room | 45 W. Jefferson St. — Luhrs Tower

February 2, 2011 | By

An icon in the Phoenix skyline, Luhrs Tower is perhaps the crowning achievement in 1920s development in the city.

From the Arizona Room | 13 W. Jefferson St. — Luhrs Building

January 26, 2011 | By

Perhaps Phoenix’s most iconic office building, this mid-’20s marvel was once the tallest building in the city.

From the Arizona Room | 356 E. Alvarado Rd. — Robert E. Tweedy House

January 19, 2011 | By

A late ’30s Monterey, this is one of Alvarado’s best preserved classic homes.

From the Arizona Room | 352 E. Alvarado Rd. — Roger Hofford House

January 12, 2011 | By

An East Alvarado home yields a look into early ’40s Phoenix with some subtle stylistic touches.

From the Arizona Room | 346 E. Alvarado Rd. — Raymond N. Cowley House

January 5, 2011 | By

One of East Alvarado’s gems turns 60 this year, yet it looks almost identical to the day it was finished.