Arizona Inn-area house may be demolished, but holds unrecognized historical significance.
Volunteers want to preserve fantasyland's magic and heritage for future generations
The presidio has benefited from public and private donations.
Downtown Tucson will soon have one less empty building now that a social services agency received the green light to build an affordable housing complex on the site of a dilapidated, though historic, motor lodge.
A preservation activist is concerned that the interior will be gutted, but, "We'll keep the historic," an El Rio official says.
The 37,000-square-foot Manning House is on 5.2 acres at 450 W. Paseo Redondo. It is part of the El Presidio National Register Historic District.
The historic Manning House downtown has been sold to El Rio Community Health Center and will become its administrative headquarters.
The fate of a 1952 Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home hangs in the balance while a new buyer is sought. The home, considered by many architects to be one of his most important, was purchased for $1.8 million in June.
PHOENIX - The city of Phoenix and a developer who was poised to demolish a Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home have reached an agreement that will put any work on hold while a search continues for a buyer.
An 84-year-old cotton gin in Buckeye that's a symbol of the town's farming heritage is slated for demolition.
A Phoenix City Council subcommittee has recommended granting the famed Arizona Biltmore $200,000 for renovations, a fraction of the more than $1 million the resort requested.