Sunday, March 9, 2014

Old Phoenix hotel leaves historic mark



The Barrister Place building in downtown Phoenix has a storied past, opening in 1915 as the tallest building in the state and, later, playing a cameo as a backdrop to the 1960 horror movie “Psycho.”

But despite the building’s unique status, Phoenix has struggled to find a feasible use for the structure, a six-story brick-and-concrete building on Central Avenue and Jefferson Street.

It has sat vacant for more than three years after the city, which owns the building, shuttered it.

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