Architecture

armory park neighborhood near Downtown Tucson

Downtown Living at it’s Best: Armory Park Neighborhood

About the Armory Park Neighborhood Armory Park is a historic Tucson neighborhood conveniently located adjacent the downtown area, between Broadway and 18th Street and between Stone and 3rd Avenue. Armory Park is defined by wide streets and avenues with architectural styles ranging from Victorian homes to simpler Sonoran-style adobe row housing. Lush, mature trees, close …

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Bas Tower at River Road and Via Entrada

Juan Wørner Baz and the Serene Tucson Neighborhood he Created

Juan Worner Baz (sometimes spelled Juan Worner y Bas) is not a name that most Tucsonans would recognize, but his buildings certainly are recognizable. Baz designed the iconic annex to Josias Joesler’s Broadway Village at Broadway and Country Club (many will remember as the former location of Table Talk). He also designed St. Phillips Plaza. …

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Union Bank also designed by Ivan Sarkiss & Associates

Ivan Sarkiss – Architect designed many prominent Tucson buildings

Ivan Sarkiss was an Armenian-born architect who worked in Tucson on residential and commercial projects. Sarkiss and Associates collaborated on many large projects in Tucson, including the Pima Superior County Courthouse (1974), and the Skyline Country Club (1963). Take a look at this round house and garage, both designed by Ivan Sarkiss’ office. Sarkiss and …

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