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Phoenix Financial Center
Phoenix, AZ
The Phoenix Financial Center was designed by W. A. Sarmiento and built from 1964-1972. The tower originally had ten floors. In 1972, the remaining eight stories were added. There were plans for a second tower which mirrored this one but it was never realized. The original tenants included Western Savings & Loan, Standard Oil, Transworld Airlines, among others. Today, most of the tower is used for government offices.

The two round buildings are known as the "North Rotunda" and the "South Rotunda". The interiors feature intact original details such as the surfboard shaped stair steps, leaf-lighting, stained glass skylights, and vaults. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

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