Forty years and lot of reuse: Verde is just the latest example in a long line of businesses at #825.
The well-known Matt’s Big Breakfast space has packed many stories into its 55-year history.
A Midtown office building holds more history than meets the eye.
Bunky Boutique has scooted up the street from Roosevelt Row to its shiny new digs in the Link building.
Phoenix’s premier Tudor Revival example, right in the heart of the Alvarado Historic District.
One of the best examples of 1930s Period Revival style is in Garfield’s Verde Park.
The Judge Tweed House, finished in 1881, is one of the oldest remaining structures in the city of Phoenix.
One of Phoenix’s oldest remaining homes, the Eyrich-Kohl House oozes history while maintaining its simple charm.
While its uses have changed over the Teeter House’s 111-year history, one thing has never changed: its undeniable charm.
Roosevelt’s Trinity Cathedral is one of the most striking buildings in all of Phoenix. Nearly 100 years after completion, it remains true to its original form.