Tag Archives: Arizona land use

January 15, 2019

A relic of the Cold-war era, the National Guard Armory building was constructed in the early ‘60’s just west of downtown Phoenix.  The roughly 38,000 sqft building housed everything from a drill hall and rifle range to a library and “chow hall,” while the roughly 5-acre site parked military vehicles and equipment.  When the Department

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 29, 2018

Although father-and-son team Dave and Alex Baker recently moved into our offices, our relationship with the duo goes back several years. When Withey Morris founding partner Jason Morris first finished law school, Dave and Jason worked together at a law firm. Jason specialized in land-use issues and Dave became a real estate specialist certified by