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Arizona Mid-Century Modern Residential Buildings (page 1)

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The Palms
Scottsdale, AZ
The Palms was built in 1958 as the Jacaranda Resort Apartments. The building was remodeled and renamed in 2000. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

Villa Catalina Apartments
Tucson, AZ
The Villa Catalina Apartments were built from 1957-1961 as Tucson's first "own your own apartments". They were designed by Lionell Mayell with Friedman & Jobusch. The complex is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

former TiKo-Tu Apartments
Tempe, AZ
The TiKo-Tu Apartments were built in 1963. They are now known as the Tempe Cottages. [map]

Pueblo Grande Apartments
Casa Grande, AZ
The Pueblo Grande Apartments were built in 1958. [map]

House
Mesa, AZ
The House is located in the Apache Country Club Estates neighborhood. [map]

Sunny Brook Apartments
Mesa, AZ
Arbor Apartments
Mesa, AZ
The Sunny Brook Apartments were built in 1969. [map]

The Arbor Apartments were built in 1969. [map]

Pierre Apartments
Phoenix, AZ
2012: 2018:
The Pierre Apartments were built in 1961. The developer was Staman, Fields & Co. The apartments have been converted into condos. The building was repainted in 2017. For more, see this website [map]

Shorewood Apartments
Phoenix, AZ
The Shorewood Apartments, now the Shorewood at Midtown, were built in 1960. [map]

Olympus Condominiums
Phoenix, AZ
The Olympus Condominiums were designed by Robert Starkovich and built in 1964. [map]

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