Current Development Projects
Redevelopment of the 4.2 acre Ronstadt Transit Center site, located at Congress St. and 6th Ave. This project marks the culmination of a multi year, competitive RFP process that included numerous meetings with stakeholders, Federal Transportation Agency, and final public presentations. The site currently houses the Ronstadt Transit Center and two parking lots. Our plan includes development of mixed use retail, office space, residential, hospitality, public spaces, a public market alongside the new transit mall, and a parking garage.
The City of Tucson issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) for the restoration, redevelopment, and reuse of the former Tucson Performing Arts Center / Cursillo property at 408 S. Sixth Avenue, SW corner of S. Sixth Ave. and 14th Street. The upstairs is planned to remain a performance and event venue and the basement will be converted to a mixed-use market space.
The historic Rodgers Hospital, located at 123 S. Stone Ave., is currently undergoing extensive renovation, including outdoor seating, which will open up to the newly remodeled Ochoa Street, with upgraded pedestrian thoroughfares, shade structures, and more. Also housed on this property are Perfect Teeth Dentistry, Curley’s Barber Shop, and the Southern Arizona office of the Honorable Senator Kyrsten Sinema.
Peach Properties, Marcel Dabdoub, and Red Lion Group acquired the Chicago Store, a landmark multi-story building in Historic Downtown Tucson at 130 E. Congress. Built in 1918 in the Italianate style of early 20th-century American architecture, it has been the home of the Los Angeles Furniture Store, Tucson’s first JC Penney, and since 1967 the Chicago Music Store (originally the Chicago Store). The most unique attributes of this building include its open floor plan and prominent façade, which underwent a $200,000 facelift in 2013 to fully restore the prismatic glass transom above the storefront windows. The building site, on the southwest corner of Congress St. and 6th Ave., ranks among the highest in both pedestrian and vehicular traffic. In addition to being located across from a streetcar stop on the route connecting downtown Tucson to the University of Arizona. The partnership has developed a mixed use commercial space with uses including co-share offices, bar, restaurant, coffee shop and other retail uses.
In the city of South Tucson, Peach Properties is redeveloping and revitalizing the former Beach Furniture and Appliance building, orginally constructed in 1953, located at the corner of South 6th Avenue and 32nd Street. Currently leasing, the mixed-use project features 11,000+ SF of commercial space and 7 remodeled live/work studios.
Developers Ron Schwabe and Marcel Dabdoub are partnering to remodel the buildings at 98 (former Wig-o-Rama), 100 (former Grill) and 110 E. Congress St. into over 9,000 square feet of space for dining and retail. Each space will rejuvenate the original brick façade to its original splendor.
Originally built in the 1940’s, the 12,000 square foot Haskell Linen Building was converted to office, retail and restaurant space in the 1980’s. Located at 299 S. Park Avenue, this property offers easy access to Broadway, the Kino Parkway, and Downtown Tucson.
One of Peach Properties’ most recent restoration projects is the King Warehouse, located at 510 N. 7th Ave. in Tucson’s historic Warehouse Arts District. The building, which was formerly the location of Star Auto Parts in the 1940’s and 50’s, has been transformed into 16,000 square feet of urban commercial loft spaces. This new mixed-use project is the seventh building completed by Peach Properties in the Warehouse Arts District since 1985.
Formerly the Firestone Warehouse, this large building is centrally located in the Warehouse Arts District on the corner of 6th Ave. and 6th St. Renovated in the 1990s, it serves as home to some of Tucson’s finest art galleries, photography studios, and retail shops.
At the corner of 6th Ave. & 7th St., the Market Inn is conveniently located near downtown and 4th Ave. in Tucson’s Warehouse Arts District. Market Inn tenants include all locally owned establishments. This development is true to Peach Properties’ architectural and design style, featuring exposed ductwork, original brick structures, and rustic metalwork. Peach Properties was responsible for acquisition, redevelopment, and leasing of the property.
Located in the Warehouse Arts District with over 18,000 square feet of usable space and a classic bow truss ceiling, this building showcases the best of Peach’s urban/industrial restoration style.
Another outstanding example of Peach Properties’ historical redevelopment and reuse is 119 E. Toole Ave. Originally scheduled for demolition, the decision by the Arizona Department of Transportation to auction this property and others along Toole Ave. has infused new life into the Historic Warehouse Arts District. It also serves as a unifying link between neighborhoods located on either side of the railroad tracks located just north of the building.
Formerly a Safeway Market, Peach Properties redeveloped The Broadway Brewery Block. The rustic Broadway Brewery Block, located on the southwest corner of Broadway and Herbert, is now home to locally owned businesses.
Home to the Peach Properties central office, this large multi-use building in downtown Tucson was redeveloped to serve as headquarters for Providence Service Corp, one of the few Fortune 500 corporations located in Tucson. This building features office space and penthouse level condos on the upper floors. 44 E. Broadway is situated in the center of the business and government district on a streetcar stop, within easy access to restaurants, banks, and performing arts venues.
In 2015, Ron Schwabe partnered with Marcel Dabdoub in the purchase and redevelopment of the Brings Building. The Brings Funeral Home originally opened in 1928. It was converted into a two-story 13,845 square foot building consisting of build-to-suit office spaces ranging from 200 to 6,000 square feet. Brings is located at the heart of Downtown Tucson, close to TEP and the Scottish Rite Cathedral. Tenants have easy access to the streetcar, other professional buildings, cafes, and restaurants. Brings is home to Brings Coworking and a growing number of local independent businesses.
Peach Properties is taking on the redevelopment of the historic La Buena restaurant. Located at 22nd Street and 4th Avenue, it offers a great view of A Mountain and is less than a mile from Downtown. The project is currently home to a growing number of independent businesses.
In 1921, this building was the home of Tucson’s largest blacksmith shop. Peach Properties acquired, re-developed and converted this 11,000 square foot property into live/work studios in 2004.
Peach Development Experience
Originally scheduled for demolition after years as a Senior Housing development, Peach Properties’ redevelopment of One North Fifth helped to plant the seeds for the revitalization of Congress Street and Downtown Tucson. Today this high density mixed use project houses a variety of professional residents in 161 units, as well as ground floor retail tenants including Caffe Luce, Berry Greens, and Yoga Oasis.
Built between the 1920’s and 1940’s, a portion of this 62,000 square foot property located at 657 W. St Mary’s Road, originally served as auxiliary barracks during WWII, and then for 60 years served as the main plant for Arizona Sash & Door. Converted to Wildcat Storage / Work Shops in 2004. Peach Properties involvement included property acquisition, a conversion plan, construction, initial leasing and operations.
In partnership with international investment company Holualoa Companies, Peach Properties led the $10 million redevelopment of this iconic 1970’s built structure. The Herbert provides the best of Downtown Tucson housing featuring chic new studio and one bedroom rental apartments in the quiet Armory Park neighborhood. Conveniently located just one block from the modern streetcar and many of Downtown’s best restaurants, bars and cultural attractions, The Herbert is another example of Peach Properties’ dedication to the thoughtful restoration and preservation of Tucson’s history.
The Geronimo is located near Main Gate on University Boulevard and Euclid Avenue in the heart of the University of Arizona campus. Originally built in 1927 as a hotel, this space was redeveloped in the 1980’s. Peach’s involvement included market planning, redevelopment design, and securing of state historical certification.
Built in 1922 and originally used as a Chinese grocery store, the 7,000 square foot Lim Market was redeveloped in 2004 into live/work studios. It is centrally located with close proximity to Downtown and the University of Arizona.
The Manning House was formerly a 17,200 square foot residence located at 450 W. Paseo Redondo built in the 1890s. Converted to Office Space/Restaurant use in the early 80’s, Peach Properties involvement included market studies, re-use and design, financial packaging, and securing of state historical certification.
Built in the late 19th century, this 9,000 square foot building was converted for office use in the 1980’s and is located in close proximity to downtown and Interstate 10. Peach Properties involvement included redevelopment, financial packaging, and securing of state historical certification.
New Mexico Projects
- Built in 1985, these apartments boast 208 units ranging from studios to 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms.
Corrado Pointe Apartments
- Built in 1986, these apartments boast 208 units.
- Built in 1985, there are 208 units.
- Built in 1987, this complex is right next door to Terra Pointe. There are 144 units.
Turn @ TownCenter
- Built in 1986, this complex features 388 units. These apartments are located at 8800 SE Causey Loop.
Turn @ Gresham
- Built in 1986, Turn @ Gresham features 388 units. These apartments are located at 24050 SE Stark Street.
Additional Arizona Projects
- Built in 1985, located at 6502 E Golf Links.
Speedway/Wilmot NW Corner Shopping Center
- Built in 1986.
22nd & Sarnoff Shopping Center
- Built in 1986.
4539 E Fort Lowell
- Built in 1986.
American Self Storage
- 510 W Limberlost. Built in 1985.
- 2501 S Wilmot. Built in 1987.
The Fountains @ La Cholla
- Senior living facility