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Three proposed projects would add 200 affordable apartments around downtown Tucson.

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Diocese plans to save one historic building and demolish another.

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Releases $40 million to $45 million plan for project. 

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La Placita Village just one of many ideas for more downtown living.

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Marist College, which has been in disrepair for more than a decade, could become a community center with senior housing.

  • Darren DaRonco Arizona Daily Star

Taxpayer money won't be going to save the crumbling Marist College building after all. And with a deal between the city and Catholic Diocese of Tucson to save the historic property falling apart, a statement issued by the church raises the question of how long the downtown landmark will remain.

  • A.E. ARAIZA / ARIZONA DAILY STAR 2012

The Marist College building is the only three-story unfired adobe structure remaining in Arizona, the Diocese of Tucson says.

  • Becky Pallack Arizona Daily Star

Portions of protective cloth have been peeled back to reveal exposed wood beams and brick.

  • Darren DaRonco Arizona Daily Star

It took more than an hour of discussion, but the Tucson City Council tentatively approved spending $1.1 million to stabilize Marist College, a…

  • A.E. ARAIZA / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

The Marist College, a three-story adobe building just behind St. Augustine Cathedral, is crumbling in spots due to water damage. The city will…

  • BENJIE SANDERS / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

The Marist College's basement is one of the building's many areas in need of repairs.

  • A.E. ARAIZA / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

The deteriorating facade of the Marist College building is delicately held in place and covered. The adobe landmark is in danger of collapsing.

  • Darren DaRonco Arizona Daily Star

The city of Tucson may help save a nationally recognized downtown landmark. After years of deterioration, the Marist College building is in danger of collapsing.