List of tallest buildings in Arizona

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Aerial of downtown Phoenix, Arizona. (November 27, 2011)
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The following is a chronological list of buildings in the state of Arizona that are taller than 7-stories or have historical relevance.

By city[edit]

Chandler[edit]

  Was the states tallest building upon completion
Completed
y/m/d
Name Image Height Floors Architect Cost
USD
Area
sq ft
Usage Status Notes
Chandler Elevation 10 United States DMJM Hotel On hold Construction began in 2005 to build a Marriott Renaissance ClubSport Hotel, work was halted on the 7th floor in April 2006 when the developer filed for bankruptcy. The structure will most likely be demolished by its new owners.
2009-10-30[1] Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino 10[1] United States JCJ Architecture[2] $200,000,000[1] Hotel / Casino Complete

Mesa[edit]

  Was the states tallest building upon completion
Completed
y/m/d
Name Image Height Floors Architect Cost
USD
Area
sq ft
Usage Status Notes
1984 Courtyard Towers Courtyard Towers, Mesa, AZ.jpg 137 ft (41 m) 13 Residential Complete
1984 Phoenix Marriott Mesa Phoenix Marriott Mesa, south view.jpg 120 ft (36 m) 12 Hotel Complete
1985 Bank of America Financial Plaza Financial Plaza, Bank of America, Mesa, AZ.jpg 224 ft (68 m) 16[3] United States Langdon Wilson 310,000[3] Office Complete Formerly the Western Savings Building, and later the Bank of America Building.
1985-9-28[4] Hilton Phoenix East/Mesa 105 ft (32 m) 8[5] $30,000,000[4] Hotel Complete Originally known as The Hilton Pavilion.

Phoenix[edit]

  Was the states tallest building upon completion
Completed
y/m/d
Name Image Height Floors Architect Cost
USD
Area
sq ft
Usage Status Notes
1920[6] Heard Building P-Heard Building-1920.jpg 103 ft (31 m)[6] 7[6] United States Llewellyn A. Parker[7] 75,000[8] Office Complete It was the first high-rise building to be erected in Phoenix and held the title of tallest building in Arizona for four years until the completion of the Luhrs Building in 1924.[6] The buildings facade was modernized in 1937.[9]
1924-2[10] Luhrs Building Luhrs Building.jpg 138 ft (42 m) 11[11] United States Trost & Trost[12] $500,000[13] - $900,000[14] 100,000 Office / Retail Complete L-shaped building that held the title of tallest building in Arizona for almost five years until the opening of the Westward Ho in January 1929.
1928 Security Building 8 United States Curlett & Beelman[7] $600,000[15] 230,000[16][17] Office Complete
1928-3-20[18] Hotel San Carlos Hotel San Carlos - South East Corner - 2009-12-08.JPG 86 ft (26 m) 7[19] United States G. Whitecross Ritchie[7] $350,000[20] Hotel Complete Opened in March 1928 and has operated as a hotel since.
1929-1-1[21] Westward Ho 208 ft (63 m) 16[22] United States H. Rafael Lake
United States Louis L. Dorr[7]
$2,500,000[22] Residential Complete A 16-story building that opened in 1929, it held the title of tallest building in Arizona for over 30 years until the completion of the Guaranty Bank Building in 1960.
1929-11-15[23] Luhrs Tower Luhrs Tower.jpg 185 ft (56 m) 15[24][25] United States Trost & Trost $400,000[24] - $2,000,000[26] Office Complete
1930-12-1[27] / 1931-1-31[28] Orpheum Lofts Orpheum Lofts Sep 29 2013 2816x2112.JPG 11 United States Lescher & Mahoney[7] $650,000[29] - $900,000[30] 137,734[31][32] Residential / Retail Complete Originally called the Title and Trust Building.
1931-12[33] Professional Building ProfessionalBldg.JPG 171 ft (52 m) 12 United States Morgan, Walls & Clements[7] $759,000[34] - $800,000[35] 157,000[36] Vacant Complete Upon completion in February 1932, the Valley Bank and Trust Company moved into the bottom three floors with medical offices occupying the top seven.
1956-1-21[37] University Center Phoenix Civic Space Park - 2009-07-06 - Image05.jpg 9[38] United States William D. Reed[39] $3,000,000[38] - $4,500,000[40] Education Complete Originally the First National Bank of Arizona Building, it has since been turned into the Phoenix campus of Arizona State University.
1957-8[41] Phoenix Towers Phoenix Towers (7).JPG 176 ft (53 m) 14[42] United States Ralph C. Harris[42] $2,500,000[43] - $3,000,000[42] Residential Complete
1959-9-1[44] Central Towers South Central Towers October 6 2013 Phoenix Arizona 2816x2112 Southwest.JPG 140 ft (38 m)[45] 11[45] United States Robert Lee Hall[45][46] $1,500,000[44] Office Complete
1960-3-4[47] Meridian Bank Tower FLWright Phoenix AZ Center Osborn 1120.jpg 252 ft (76 m)[48] 20[49] United States Charles G. Polacek[50] 275,000[51] Office Complete Originally the Guaranty Bank Building,[49] it only took 9 months to complete. The building underwent renovations in the early 1990s, repainted from light blue to tan and brown, and a pitched roof was added for aesthetics.
1960-3[52] 1001 North Central Avenue 1001 North Central Avenue September 29 2013 Phoenix Arizona 2816x2112 Southwest Side.JPG 120 ft (36 m) 10[52] United States Fred M. Guirey & Associates[52] $2,400,000[52] 110,000[53] Office Complete Originally the Coronet Apartment Hotel.[54] The Kennedy-Johnson campaign set up Phoenix headquarters here in 1960, Senator John F. Kennedy visited the building for its opening on August 29, 1960.[55] The building underwent renovations in the mid 1980s to turn it into an office building, the footprint was doubled and the building was modernized with glass cladding.
1960-10-19[56] Arizona Bank Building 120 ft (36 m) 10 United States Charles G. Polacek[56] Office Demolished In 2004, the building was in the process of being remodeled into residential condominiums called Monroe Place Lofts. High demand quickly sold out the 60-unit project. In May 2005 it was announced the existing building would be razed and in its place a 34-story tower would be erected and named 44 Monroe, the site's address. In late September 2005, demolition of the Arizona Bank Building began.
1961-7[57] Federal Building 110 ft (33 m) 8[58] United States Lescher & Mahoney[59] $5,000,000[59] Complete
1961-7-4[60] Security Center Security Center October 6 2013 Phoenix Arizona 2112x2816.JPG 13[61] United States Weaver & Drover[61] $3,500,000[62] Office Complete Originally the United Title Building.
1962-6-4[63] 3800 North Central Avenue 3800 Tower.jpg 245 ft (74 m) 17[64] United States Flatow, Moore, Bryan and Fairburn[65] $5,000,000[65] 190,456[66] Office Complete Originally known as the Del Webb Building. The building was remodeled in 1989, the exterior cladding was redone and it was given a pyramid crown.
1963-5-30[67] Calvin C. Goode Building Calvin C Goode Building October 6 2013 Phoenix Arizona 2816x2112 Southwest.JPG 120 ft (36 m) 10[67] United States Ralph Haver
United States Edward L. Varney[68]
$4,500,000[67] 174,000[69] Government Complete Originally the Phoenix Municipal Building or Phoenix City Hall.
1963-7-13[70] / 1963-9 Executive Towers Condominiums Executive Towers Condominiums - 2011-04-15 - North West.JPG 235 ft (71 m)[70][71] 22[70] United States Alan A. Dailey & Associates[72] $7,000,000[73] Residential Complete
1964[74] 805 North 4th Avenue 125 ft (38 m) 11[75] United States Chopas & Starkovich[75] $2,000,000[75] Complete Originally the Embassy Square Apartments.[75]
1964-8-10[76] One11 Tower One11 September 29 2013 Phoenix Arizona 2112x2816 Northwest.JPG 249 ft (75 m)[70] 18 United States Weaver & Drover[77] $11,000,000[77] 255,556[78][79] Office Complete On April 23, 1983 a four-alarm fire broke out on the 10th floor resulting in $9,000,000 of damage, 20 firefighters suffered from smoke inhalation.[80] Originally the Arizona Title Building, later First American Title Building.
1964-10[72] Landmark On Central Landmark On Central September 29 2013 Phoenix Arizona 2816x2112 South.JPG 176 ft (53 m) 17[81] United States Charles G. Polacek[82] $6,000,000[83] Residential Complete Originally the Camelback Towers.
1964-10-31[84] Memorial Towers (North) 110 ft (33 m) 10[84] United States Lescher & Mahoney[84] $1,000,000[84] Residential Complete Low-rent units for senior citizens on Phoenix Memorial Hospital grounds.
1964-10-31[84] Memorial Towers (South) 110 ft (33 m) 10[84] United States Lescher & Mahoney[84] $1,000,000[84] Residential Complete Low-rent units for senior citizens on Phoenix Memorial Hospital grounds.
1964-12[85] Maricopa County Administration Building 105 ft (32 m) 6[86] United States Stephen, Walsh, Emmons and Shanks[86] Government Complete
1965 Central Towers North Central Towers October 6 2013 Phoenix Arizona 2816x2112 Northwest.JPG 140 ft (38 m)[45] 11[45] United States Robert Lee Hall[45] $3,000,000[87] Office Complete
1965-1-3[88] Phoenix Corporate Center Phoenix Corporate Center - 2011-04-13- West.JPG 341 ft (104 m)[89] 27[89] United States Irvin Finical & Associates[90] $21,000,000[89] 445,811[91] Office Complete Originally the First Federal Building, it was the states tallest building for 6 years until Wells Fargo Plaza claimed the title and brought the tallest back Downtown. The exteriors was remodeled in the mid 1990's.
1965-1-17[92] Superior Court Building 140 ft (42 m) 9[93] United States Stephen, Walsh, Emmons and Shanks[93] Government Complete
1965-2-27[94][95] 4000 North Central Avenue 4000 North Central Ave.jpg 280 ft (85 m) 23 United States Flatow, Moore, Bryan and Fairburn[96] $10,000,000[94] 297,615[66] Office Complete Originally the Del Webb TowneHouse.
1966-10-30[97] Regency House Regency House October 6 2013 Phoenix Arizona 2112x2816.JPG 235 ft (71 m) 21[97] United States George H. Schoneberger[98] $4,000,000[97] Residential Complete Originally to be named Royal Towers.[99]
1970-5[100] Phoenix Financial Center Phoenix Financial Center September 29 2013 Phoenix Arizona 2112x2816 West.JPG 228 ft (69 m) 18[101] Peru Wenceslaus Sarmiento[102] $8,200,000[103][101] 312,000[104] Office Complete Originally opened in September 1964 as a 10 story building.[105] The architectural plans called for two 18-story buildings and two one story structures, in 1968 construction began on adding an additional 8-stories.[102]
1971-3[106] 3838 North Central Avenue 3838 North Central Avenue September 29 2013 2112x2816 Southwest.JPG 240 ft (73 m) 20[107] United States Flatow, Moore, Bryan and Fairburn[106] $10,000,000[108] 235,477[66] Office Complete Originally called the Greyhound Tower.
1971-10-15[109] Wells Fargo Plaza WellsFargo3.jpg 372 ft (113 m) 27[110] United States Charles Luckman Associates[110] $25,000,000[110] Office Complete It opened as the First National Bank Plaza or First National Bank Building on October 15, 1971, it was briefly the states tallest building until Chase Tower was completed just a year and a half later.
1972-4-16[111] Fellowship Towers 212 ft (64 m) 17[112] United States Roger A. Reeves & Associates
United States Norman E. Hodge[112][113]
$3,700,000[111] Residential Complete
1972-9[114] Holiday Inn Phoenix Downtown North 120 ft (36 m) 10[114] Hotel Complete Originally a Doubletree Inn hotel.[114]
1973-3-21[115] Chase Tower ChasePhx.jpg 483 ft (147 m) 38 United States Welton Becket & Associates[116] $40,000,000[116] 723,000[117] Office Complete Originally built for local financial heavyweight Valley National Bank, which Bank One merged with in 1994. Bank One merged with Chase in 2005 and the building was renamed. It has held the title of tallest building in Phoenix since its completion in 1973. Opened to the public on October 22, 1973.[118]
1973-10-1[119] Mountain Bell Building 136 ft (41 m) 10[120] United States Alfred N. Beadle[120] $4,500,000[120] Office Demolished The building was demolished on September 27, 2009. The firm that purchased the property in 2004 hoped to turn the building into a mid-rise retirement condominium but later stated the cost was too much for the building to be saved.[121] The demolition was filmed for the pilot of The Imploders, a short-lived TV series on TLC network.[122]
1974-7-15[123] One Lexington One Lexington Sep 29 2013 Phoenix Arizona 2816x2112 Closer.JPG 200 ft (61 m) 15[124] United States Russell McCaleb[125] $6,000,000[124] 190,000[123] Residential Complete Originally an office building for the Southern Arizona Bank and Trust Company called the Southern Arizona Bank Plaza, the facade was redone and the structure was converted into condominiums early 2010.
1975-4-1[126] Renaissance Phoenix Downtown 198 ft (60 m) 19[127] United States Schwenn & Clark, Inc.[127] $27,000,000[128] - $30,000,000[129] Hotel Complete Built on the site of the 12-story Adams Hotel which was built in 1911, it was demolished in two phases, on August 12, 1973, 350 pounds of explosives were used to demolish the two 5-story wings of the hotel, on September 2, 1973 the remaining 12-story structure was demolished.
1975-5-5[130] 3030 North Central Avenue 3030 North Central Avenue September 29 2013 Phoenix Arizona 2816x2112 North Closer.JPG 188 ft (57 m) 14 174,003[131] Office Complete
1976-1-24[132] Hyatt Regency Phoenix HyattRegencyPhoenix.JPG 317 ft (97 m) 24 United States Charles Luckman Associates[133] $34,000,000[133] Hotel Complete
1976-9-20[134] US Bank Center US Bank Bldg PHX.jpg 407 ft (124 m) 31 United States Thomas F. Marshall Associates $20,000,000[134] Office Complete Originally served as headquarters for The Arizona Bank. Bank of America then occupied the tower until 2001 when the Bank of America Tower was completed at the Collier Center. In January 2005,[135] this tower was renamed U.S. Bank Center and underwent a modest renovation to reflect the building's newest and largest tenant.
1980 3300 North Central Avenue 3300NCentralAve.jpg 356 ft (109 m) 27 United States Skidmore, Owings and Merrill 364,000 Office Complete
1981 Great Western Bank Plaza 4041 North Central Avenue - 2011-04-13 - South.JPG 295 ft (90 m) 20 Office Complete
1981 National Bank of Arizona Plaza National Bank of Arizona Plaza September 29 2013 Phoenix Arizona 2112x2816 East.JPG 217 ft (66 m) 16 Office Complete
1982[136] Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center 217 ft (66 m) 12[136] United States Bertrand Goldberg & Associates[136] $90,000,000 Complete
1982 Engle Homes Tower 2600 Tower - 2011-04-13 - East.JPG 289 ft (88 m) 20[137] United States Opus West 323,607[137] Office Complete Originally the Phelps Dodge Tower.
1984 One Camelback One Camelback Phoenix Arizona September 29 2013 2816x2112 Closer.JPG 165 ft (50 m) 11 Office Complete
1984 Security Title Plaza Security Title Plaza September 29 2013 Phoenix Arizona 2816x2112 Rear.JPG 127 ft (38 m) 12[138] 217,247[138] Office Complete
1984 Central Park Square Central Park Square October 6 2013 Phoenix Arizona 2112x2816.JPG 151 ft (46 m) 12[139] 247,911[139][140] Office / Retail Complete
1985 One Thomas One Thomas September 29 2013 Phoenix Arizona 2816x2112 Northwest Side.JPG 13 Complete
1985-12[141] Abacus Building Abacus Tower September 29 2013 Phoenix Arizona 1976x2712 Northwest.jpg 200 ft (61 m) 14[141] $43,000,000[141] 252,400[142] Office Complete
1985 Great American Tower Great American Tower September 29 2013 Phoenix Arizona 2112x2816 South.JPG 320 ft (98 m) 24 338,411[143] Office Complete
1985 Xerox Tower 2700 North Central Avenue - 2011-04-15 - East.JPG 170 ft (51 m) 15 United States Opus West 213,338[144] Office Complete Also known as the 2700 Tower.
1986 One Renaissance Square Phoenix DownTown Ernst and Young.jpg 347 ft (105 m) 25[145] United States Emery, Roth & Sons[146] 492,116[145] Office Complete LEED Gold 2010[145]
1986 Talley Plaza 162 ft (49 m) 11[147] 226,000[147] Office Complete
1988 Ritz-Carlton Hotel 130 ft (39 m) 11 Hotel Complete
1988[148] Biltmore Financial Center II 150 ft (45 m) 11 United States CCM3 Architects[149] $60,000,000[149] 299,499[148] Office Complete
1988 2800 Tower 2800 North Central Avenue - 2011-04-15 - East.JPG 258 ft (78 m) 21[150] United States Opus West 364,533[150] Office Complete LEED Certified[150]
1988 Phoenix Plaza I PhxPlaza.jpg 331 ft (101 m) 20[151] United States Langdon Wilson[151] Office Complete
1989 Quest Plaza PhxTallest3.jpg 397 ft (121 m) 25[151] United States Langdon Wilson[151] 586,403[152] Office Complete The tallest building in Midtown and the 3rd tallest building in Phoenix overall. The tower's design in a basic square with vertical setbacks on all four sides giving each actual corner of the tower three 45-degree angled corners. Adding to the postmodern element is the addition of a single bay style window centered on each face of the tower and spanning floors 2 to 23. The crown is a hip roof, pyramid design and is colored turquoise.
1989 Crystal Point Chrystal Point September 29 2013 Phoenix Arizona 2112x2816 Closer.jpg 224 ft (68 m) 20 United States Dwayne Lewis Architects Residential Complete
1989[153] Camelback Esplanade I 136 ft (41 m) 11[153] United States Cornoyer-Hedrick Architects & Planners Inc.[154] 234,743[153] Office Complete
1990[153] Camelback Esplanade II 136 ft (41 m) 11[153] United States Cornoyer-Hedrick Architects & Planners Inc.[154] 234,844[153] Office Complete
1990[155] One Arizona Center OneAZCenter.jpg 240 ft (73 m) 19[155] United States HKS, Inc.[155] 326,000[156] Office Complete
1990 Two Arizona Center Two Arizona Center - 2011-07-09 - South.jpg 260 ft (79 m) 20 United States HNTB Architecture 438,000[157][158] Office Complete
1990 Two Renaissance Square Phoenix DownTown Ernst and Young.jpg 372 ft (113 m) 27[145] United States Emery, Roth & Sons[146]
United States Pierce Goodwin Alexander & Linville[159]
473,392[145] Office Complete LEED Gold 2010[145]
1990[160] Phoenix Plaza II PhxPlaza.jpg 331 ft (101 m) 20[151] United States Langdon Wilson[151] Office Complete
1990 Hilton Suites Phoenix Quest&Hilton.jpg 128 ft (39 m) 11 Hotel Complete
1991[161] Viad Tower ViadTower.jpg 374 ft (114 m) 24[161] United States HKS, Inc.[161] $83,000,000[162] 482,256[163] Office Complete Originally called the Greyhound Dial Tower, later Dial Tower or Dial Corporate Center.
1994 Phoenix City Hall P378. Phoenix City Hall.jpg 368 ft (112 m) 20[164] United States Langdon Wilson[164] $83,000,000 - $120,000,000[165] 550,000[164] Complete
1997 Camelback Esplanade III 136 ft (41 m) 10[166] United States Cornoyer-Hedrick Architects & Planners Inc.[154] 218,254[166] Office Complete LEED Gold[166]
1997 Arizona Republic Building Arizona Republic Building October 6 2013 Phoenix Arizona 2816x2112.JPG 124 ft (37 m) 10 Complete
1999-10[167] Camelback Esplanade IV 136 ft (41 m) 10[167] United States Cornoyer-Hedrick Architects & Planners Inc.[154][167] 206,222[167] Office Complete
1999-12-27[168] Phoenix Municipal Court 161 ft (49 m)[168] 9[168] United States Daniel, Manning, Johnson and Mendenhall[168]
United States Helmuth, Obata and Kassabaum[168]
United States Omni Design Group[168]
$44,880,000[168] 330,000[167] Government Complete
2000-6[169] 24th at Camelback I 100 ft (30 m) 8 United States Pickard Chilton[170] 302,209[169] Office Complete
2001[171] Bank of America Tower Collier Center.JPG 360 ft (110 m) 24 United States Opus Architects & Engineers[171][172] 512,000[172] Office Complete Centerpiece of the Collier Center, a multi-use office and entertainment complex.
2001[173] Phelps Dodge Centre Phelps Dodge Tower - 2011-07-07 - South East.jpg 289 ft (88 m)[173] 20[173] United States SmithGroup[173] $78,000,000[173] 460,000[173] Office Complete
2002 Camelback Esplanade V 136 ft (41 m) 10 United States Cornoyer-Hedrick Architects & Planners Inc.[154] 241,000 Office Complete
2003-1-13[174] Esplanade Place Esplanade Place October 6 2013 Phoenix Arizona 2816x2112.JPG 135 ft (41 m) 13 United States DFD CornoyerHedrick[175] $30,000,000[175] Residential Complete
2006-9-28[176] Optima Biltmore Towers Optima Biltmore Towers October 6 2013 Phoenix Arizona 2816x2112.JPG 143 ft (43 m) 15 United States David Hovey[177][178] 469,000[179] Residential Complete
2006 The Residences at 2211 Camelback 144 ft (43 m) 12[180] United States DFD CornoyerHedrick[180] $44,000,000[181] 376,022[180] Residential Complete
2007 The Summit at Copper Square Summit at Copper Square - NWC - 2011-03-03.JPG 250 ft (76 m) 23[182] United States Hirsch Associates[182] Residential Complete
2008-9-30[183] Sheraton Phoenix Downtown SheratonPhxDowntown.jpg 360 ft (110 m) 31[184] United States Architectonica[185] $350,000,000[184] Hotel Complete
2008 44 Monroe 44 Monroe - 2009-07-06 - SWC.jpg 380 ft (115 m) 34[186] United States Tucker Sadler Architects[187] $70,000,000 523,619[188] Residential Complete
2009-2[189] Taylor Place ASU Downtown - Taylor SWC - 2008-12-29.jpg 161 ft (49 m) 13[189] United States SmithGroup[190] $71,007,264[189] 352,000[191] Residential Complete
2009 Freeport-McMoRan Center One Central Park East - South East Corner - 2009-10-30.jpg 383 ft (116 m) 26[192] United States SmithGroup[192] $103,000,000[192] 800,000[192] Office / Hotel Complete
2010[193] 24th at Camelback II 136 ft (41 m) 11[194] United States Pickard Chilton[193] 307,915[194] Office Complete
2010-11-5[195] Alliance Bank Tower CityScape - SEC - 2011-04-13.JPG 385 ft (117 m) 28[196] United States Callison Architecture 618,000[196] Office Complete
2012-2-14[197] Maricopa County Superior Court South Court Tower Maricopa County Superior Court South Court Tower October 6 2013 Phoenix Arizona 2112x2816.JPG 284 ft (86 m) 16[197] United States Gould Evans[197] $340,000,000[197] 695,273[198] Complete
2014-4 Hotel Palomar Hotel Palomar October 6 2013 Phoenix Arizona 1687x2112 South.jpg 24 Retail / Residential / Hotel Complete

Scottsdale[edit]

  Was the states tallest building upon completion
Completed
y/m/d
Name Image Height Floors Architect Cost
USD
Area
sq ft
Usage Status Notes
1972 AmTrust Tower 143 ft (43 m) 11 United States Bell and Bell $10,000,000 100,000 Office Complete Originally known as Camel View Plaza or Arizona Bank Building.
2002 The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa 120 ft (36 m) 9 United States Hill Glazier Architects $89,000,000 Hotel Complete
2007-12 Plaza Lofts at Kierland Commons Kierland - Plaza Lofts - 2008-04-14.JPG 120 ft (36 m) 9[199] United States Nelsen Architects[199] 436,776 Residential / Retail Complete
2007-2-12[200] One Waterfront Place Scottsdale waterfront.jpg 160 ft (48 m) 13 United States Opus West
United States Geoffrey H. Edmunds & Associates Inc[200]
Residential Complete
2007-2-12[200] Two Waterfront Place Scottsdale waterfront.jpg 160 ft (48 m) 13 United States Opus West
United States Geoffrey H. Edmunds & Associates Inc[200]
Residential Complete
2010-4-15[201] Talking Stick Resort 180 ft (54 m) 15[201] United States FFKR Architects[202] $440,000,000[201] 407,000[202] Resort Complete

Tempe[edit]

  Was the states tallest building upon completion
Completed
y/m/d
Name Image Height Floors Architect Cost
USD
Area
sq ft
Usage Status Notes
1967-9-10[203] Manzanita Hall Manzanita Hall from Veterans Way.jpg 181 ft (85 m) 15[204] United States Cartmell and Rossman[205] $3,600,000[204] 205,000[204] Residential Complete
2000 US Airways Headquarters USAirwaysHQTempe.jpg 130 ft (39 m) 9[206] United States Leo A. Daly
United States SmithGroup[206]
218,000[206] Office Complete LEED Gold[206]
2002-7[207] Hayden Ferry Lakeside I HaydenFerry&Centerpoint.jpg 138 ft (42 m) 8[207] United States DFD CornoyerHedrick[208] $21,000,000[209] 203,000 [207] Office Complete
2006 Edgewater Hayden Ferry - 2007-09-09 - Residential North West.jpg 100 ft (30 m) 8 United States Callison Architecture, Inc.[210] $67,000,000[211] 128,000[210] Residential Complete
2007-2[212] Hayden Ferry Lakeside II HaydenFerry&Centerpoint.jpg 194 ft (59 m) 12[212] United States DFD CornoyerHedrick $55,000,000[213] 300,000[212] Office Complete
2007 Bridgeview Bridgeview, Hayden Ferry Lakeside.jpg 156 ft (47 m) 12[214] United States Callison Architecture, Inc.[210] $140,000,000[214] 352,000[210] Residential Complete
2009-2[215] Tempe Gateway 8[215] United States Opus Architects & Engineers[215] $49,000,000[216][217] 263,000[215] Office / Retail Complete
2009-8-18[218] The Vue on Apache 11[218] United States Hartshorne Plunkard Architecture[219] $30,000,000[218] 275,000[220] Residential Complete
2011 West Sixth I West Sixth - 2011-04-15 - North.JPG 258 ft (86 m) 22[221] United States Gould Evans[221] Residential Complete Centerpoint Residential
2011 West Sixth II West Sixth - 2011-04-15 - North.JPG 345 ft (105 m) 30[221] United States Gould Evans[221] Residential Complete Centerpoint Residential
2013-8 University House University House 2, Tempe, AZ.jpg 193 ft (58 m) 19[222] United States Hartshorne Plunkard Architecture[222] $42,600,000 414,000[222] Residential Complete Also known as Hub on Campus.[222]
2013-9-26[223] Residence Inn Tempe Residence Inn Tempe Downtown University.jpg 11[223] $50,000,000[223] Hotel Complete

Tucson[edit]

  Was the states tallest building upon completion
Completed
y/m/d
Name Image Height Floors Architect Cost
USD
Area
sq ft
Usage Status Notes
1929-10-11 Chase Building Valley National Bank building (Tucson) from SW 1.JPG 142 ft (43 m) 11 United States Walker & Eisen Architects $1,000,000 Office Complete Originally the Consolidated National Bank building.
1930-1-4[224] Pioneer Hotel Building PioneerTucAZ1.jpg 151 ft (46 m) 11 United States Roy Place Office Complete Originally a hotel. In the early morning hours of December 20, 1970 a fire broke out in the building resulting in the deaths of 29 people. Louis Cuen Taylor, a 16-year old boy, was later charged with starting the fire. Taylor was sentenced to life in prison though he continues to maintain his innocence.
1962-2-12[225] Transamerica Building Transamerica Building, Tucson, AZ (2007-04-02).jpg 155 ft (47 m) 11 United States Thomas E. Stanley[226] 180,000[227] Office Complete Originally the Phoenix Title Building, named after its largest tenant. Later called the Transamerica Title Building.
1963-11-1[228] Tucson House Tucson House 1501 N. Oracle Rd. Tucson, Arizona from Drachman St. - Copy 01.jpg 195 ft (59 m) 18 Residential Complete
1966-3-27[229] Pima County Legal Services Building Pima County Legal Services Building Fourth Avenue, Tucson (8390673869).jpg 260 ft (79 m) 20[230] United States Place & Place[229] $4,500,000[230] 220,000[230] Office Complete Originally the Tucson Federal Savings & Loan Association Building or Tucson Federal Building.[231] Later known as the Home Federal Building.
1967-10-23[232] City Hall Tower Tucson City Hall Tower Low Quality.JPG 120 ft (36 m) 10 United States Friedman and Jobusch[233] $1,800,000[232] - 1,900,000[234] City Hall Complete
1968-10-30[235] Pima County Health & Welfare Building Pima County Health And Welfare Low Quality.jpg 6[235] $2,000,000[235] 96,000[235] Government Complete
1969-9[236] Pima County Administration Building Pima County Administration Building Low Quality.JPG 11 $3,961,850[237] Government Complete A fire broke out on the 4th floor on the night of June 25, 1973, there was only minor damage to the building estimated to be $40,000, there was additional damages of $500,000 to equipment.[238] Investigators later determined that a 17-year old boy employed at the building intentionally lit the fire. The building did not have sprinklers at the time of the fire.[239]
1973-11-29[240] The Hotel Arizona 150 ft (45 m) 12 United States Everett I. Brown[241] $9,000,000[242] Hotel Complete Originally the Braniff Place Tucson or Braniff International Hotel.[242][243]
1974-5-10[244] Federal Building Federal Building, Tucson, AZ (2007-04-02).jpg 113 ft (34 m) 8 United States Cain, Nelson, Wares, Cook & Associates[245] $5,500,000[246] Government Complete
1975[247] Pima County Superior Court Building Downtown Tucson, AZ (W. Pennington), 2007-04-02.jpg 9[247] $7,500,000[247] Government Complete High winds caused the top of the buildings framework to bend 5 feet during construction.[247]
1975-5[248] 5151 East Broadway 226 ft (68 m) 16[249] United States Mascarella Merry & Associates[249] $7,500,000[249] 210,000[249] Office Complete Originally the Great Western Bank-Pima Savings Building or just Great Western Bank Building.[249]
1977 Bank of America Plaza Bank Of America Plaza Downtown Tucson, AZ (W. Pennington), 2007-04-02.jpg 264 ft (80 m)[250] 16[250] United States Allan Elias[250] $10,000,000[250] 160,000[251] Office Complete Originally the Arizona Bank Plaza.
1985 Gould-Simpson Building 141 ft (42 m) 10 United States Metz, Train & Youngren $18,500,000 Office Complete
1986 One South Church UniSource Energy Tower, from intersection.jpg 330 ft (100 m) 23[252] United States Fentress Bradburn Associates 240,811[252] Office Complete Formerly UniSource Energy Tower and Norwest Bank Tower.
2011-11 UniSource Energy Building 9[253] 170,000[253] Office Complete
2011-11-11 Casino Del Sol Resort, Spa and Conference Center 10 $131,000,000 161,000 Casino / Hotel Complete
2013 Level 170 ft (51 m) 14 United States Shepley Bulfinch $25,000,000 Residential Complete
2013-10-19[254] Hub at Tucson 160 ft (48 m) 13 United States Antunovich Associates Residential Complete
8-2014 Park Avenue 160 ft (48 m) 13 United States Shepley Bulfinch Residential Complete
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Number of buildings[edit]

City Completed Under-Construction On-Hold Demolished
Chandler 1 0 1 0
Mesa 4 0 0 0
Phoenix 88 1 0 2
Scottsdale 6 0 0 0
Tempe 9 2 0 0
Tucson 17 0 0 0
State Total 125 3 1 2

Average floor count[edit]

City Average floor count
Chandler 10
Mesa 12.25
Phoenix 16.39
Scottsdale 11.66
Tempe 13.77
Tucson 12.41
State Total 15.25

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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