Phoenix Mid-Century Marvel Offered for Adaptive Reuse

by Mike Hunter

Wrapped on by three arterial streets, a trio of bus routes and two light rail stations, the mid-century First National Bank building is being offered for sale by the City of Phoenix for adaptive reuse and redevelopment.

Located on the corner of 1 S. 24th Street, between Washington and Jefferson streets, the iconic mid-century bank building is a crossroad entrance to the Gateway neighborhood. This rapidly redeveloping corridor is fueled by Valley Metro Light Rail, the recent expansion of the Honeywell manufacturing facility, growth at GateWay Community College, a burgeoning industrial center and new multifamily residential development.

Photo courtesy City of Phoenix

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