With a history of on-again, off-again development hopes, the historic Knipe House and adjacent parcels will be given another chance for a new life.
Through an approved agreement between Roosevelt Row CDC and the City of Phoenix, Growhouse will temporarily move their urban farm to 1025 N. 2nd St.
The City of Phoenix and Roosevelt Housing Associates have mutually agreed to terminate their agreement for the 2nd Street/Knipe House mixed-use development.
The updated 2nd Street/Knipe House development proposal incorporates community feedback and moves to subcommittee on Wednesday.
Take a closer look at what led up to the decision made by the RFP review panel.
The project has left CityScape just weeks before it was scheduled to open its doors.
This early 1900s home is desperately in need of help. Let’s not let it deteriorate further.
The turn-of-the-century building is in serious danger. Your input is needed this afternoon at Historic City Hall.
Over the past two years, amidst all the new buildings popping up, Downtown Phoenix has quietly become a national leader in promoting adaptive reuse.