Tag Archives: adaptive reuse

February 20, 2020

Chantell Nighswonger has operated her boutique, Vida Moulin, at 16th Street and Bethany Home Road for about four years, but as rents in the area began to rise, she and her husband, Kevin Cieszkowski, decided to move the boutique into a building they could own. “I started reaching out to friends, and thought, ‘Why not

December 31, 2018

A development lauded to transform the defunct 1960s Papago Plaza in south Scottsdale has unanimously passed Scottsdale City Council. Read more…

September 10, 2018

Plans include eventually adding live/work space for artists A Cold War-era armory on Roosevelt Street near Grand Avenue could get a second life as a home for skilled craftworkers and artists. The building was state-owned before Jay Visconti of California-based Northwood Properties bought it with the intent to adaptively reuse the space. The price was

July 23, 2018

The number of projects that involve renovating buildings and turning them into new spaces has climbed steadily since the recession due to newer adaptive-reuse programs. Identifying potential legal issues early can prevent major pain later. Here are five tips to guard against common legal issues when redeveloping and restoring infill properties. Read more…

May 23, 2018

Two Phoenix landmarks in the Melrose District are getting a new lease on life. Melrose Liquors will become a new cafe called the Googie by the end of summer. Read more…