Arizona Mid-Century Modern Residential Buildings (page 2)

(hit "refresh" to get the most recent version of this page; click on photos for larger images)

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]

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]

Executive Towers
Phoenix, AZ
The Executive Towers building was designed by Alfred Newman Beadle and built from 1962-1963. At 22 stories, it was the tallest building in Phoenix at the time. In 1971, the apartments were converted into condominiums. [map]

David & Gladys Wright House
Phoenix, AZ
The David & Gladys Wright House was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and built in 1952 for his son and his wife. The concrete, spiral design was chosen to cool the house with wind. In 2017, the house was donated to the School of Architecture at Taliesin. It will be used as a living laboratory for architecture students. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

Beadle House
Phoenix, AZ
The Beadle House was designed by Alfred Newman Beadle and built in 1963. [map]

White Gates House
Phoenix, AZ
The White Gates House is located on White Gates Drive. It was designed by Alfred Newman Beadle and built in 1957. The house has been gutted and neglected for many years. These photos are from 2017. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

Uhlmann House
Phoenix, AZ
The Uhlmann House is located next door to the White Gates House described above. It was also designed by Alfred Newman Beadle. The house was built in 1955. It was originally painted pink and purple in keeping with the color scheme for the Safari Hotel which was owned by the original residents of the house. This house is well-maintained. For more, see this website. [map]

House of the Future
Phoenix, AZ
This was built too late to be considered mid-century modern but I'll include it anyway. The House of the Future was designed by Charles Schiffner of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. It was built in 1979. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2.[map]

More Arizona Mid-Century Modern Residential Buildings:
Harrenstien House (Tucson) [map]

Arizona Residential
(page 1)

Mid-Century Modern Buildings
Main Page  
Copyright. All photos at this website are copyrighted and may only be used with my consent. This includes posting them at Facebook, Pinterest, blogs, other websites, personal use, etc.

Tips & Updates. If you have suggestions about places that I haven't covered, historical info, or updates about places/things that have been remodeled or removed, I'd love to hear from you: