Broadway Blvd and Scott Ave
In 2006, Peach Properties commenced an assemblage of a partially boarded-up block of buildings. The first piece of the project was the block’s southwest corner, a historic turn-of-the-century building, once the largest assay shop in southern Arizona. Next was 50 E. Broadway, formerly the Graham Brothers truck factory and home of the Tucson-inspired Ram truck. 44 E. Broadway, the notorious federal courthouse, completed the assemblage.
Once redeveloped, the buildings quickly attracted a true Tucson visionary tenant, where he headquartered his publicly traded company, Providence Service Corporation.
In the future, the assembly will grow to encompass two prime vacant lots, which Dabdoub Schwabe are currently planning for a future expanded mixed use development. Existing buildings on the block provide more than 58,000 square feet of space, and new development is slated to add more than 150,000 square feet extending from Broadway to Ochoa St.
Serving the flavors of traditional Mexican cuisine , full of flavors inspired by the pre Colombian ingredients mixed with the influence of the Spanish and French.
What started as an unappreciated building on Broadway Boulevard and Scott Avenue is now a desirable two-story office building. Peach Properties redeveloped the original historic façade and overhauled the interior.