City Council funds rehab of two South Phoenix historic buildings

[Source: Barbara Stocklin, Historic Preservation Officer, City of Phoenix] — The Phoenix City Council approved up to $168,755 in matching Historic Preservation Bond funds to assist Chicano Por La Causa (CPLC) with the rehabilitation and adaptive reuse of two South Phoenix historic buildings as part of a small business incubator development project.  The project will convert the adobe 1879 Jones-Montoya House, the oldest known house in Phoenix, into an office and museum space, with the 1940 river rock-clad Webb Grocery to accommodate a small business use.

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