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Old Posted May 3, 2021, 8:02 PM
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I thought I had read (on here?) that the proposed project at the old Maloney's site on 4th Ave. was dead (but I can't seem to find where I might have read that).

Anyway, AZBEX is listing it in its Top 10 AZ projects for multi-family living currently in design. Hadn't heard much on it in a while so figured I'd update:

9. Partners on Fourth Mixed-Use

Partners on Fourth is planned as a 13-story building housing totaling 323 luxury rental units. Like The Ragsdale, this project will include ground floor retail and parking. It will also include one subgrade level. Partners on Fourth is replacing the Maloney’s Tavern Building at 213 N. 4th Avenue in Tucson.

The Opus Group is the developer, architect and general contractor for this $63.7M-$73M project. The Opus Group is waiting on the land sale to close before moving forward.

https://azbex.com/top-10-az-multifam...cts-in-design/https://azbex.com/top-10-az-multifam...cts-in-design/
Partners on Fourth LLC does own the land. That's in the city records. But ironically I cant find the renderings on the Opus Group website? Maybe it is dead.
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Originally Posted by Patrick S View Post
I thought I had read (on here?) that the proposed project at the old Maloney's site on 4th Ave. was dead (but I can't seem to find where I might have read that).

Anyway, AZBEX is listing it in its Top 10 AZ projects for multi-family living currently in design. Hadn't heard much on it in a while so figured I'd update:

9. Partners on Fourth Mixed-Use

Partners on Fourth is planned as a 13-story building housing totaling 323 luxury rental units. Like The Ragsdale, this project will include ground floor retail and parking. It will also include one subgrade level. Partners on Fourth is replacing the Maloney’s Tavern Building at 213 N. 4th Avenue in Tucson.

The Opus Group is the developer, architect and general contractor for this $63.7M-$73M project. The Opus Group is waiting on the land sale to close before moving forward.

https://azbex.com/top-10-az-multifam...cts-in-design/https://azbex.com/top-10-az-multifam...cts-in-design/
I think it was mentioned in passing at a Rio Nuevo meeting.
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Originally Posted by Patrick S View Post
I thought I had read (on here?) that the proposed project at the old Maloney's site on 4th Ave. was dead (but I can't seem to find where I might have read that).

Anyway, AZBEX is listing it in its Top 10 AZ projects for multi-family living currently in design. Hadn't heard much on it in a while so figured I'd update:

9. Partners on Fourth Mixed-Use

Partners on Fourth is planned as a 13-story building housing totaling 323 luxury rental units. Like The Ragsdale, this project will include ground floor retail and parking. It will also include one subgrade level. Partners on Fourth is replacing the Maloney’s Tavern Building at 213 N. 4th Avenue in Tucson.

The Opus Group is the developer, architect and general contractor for this $63.7M-$73M project. The Opus Group is waiting on the land sale to close before moving forward.

https://azbex.com/top-10-az-multifam...cts-in-design/https://azbex.com/top-10-az-multifam...cts-in-design/
I think I posted something awhile ago about it being dead in conjunction to a video about a new development for shipping container housings on Stone. They had a community meeting and one member of the 4th ave coalition present asking questions had mentioned they shot down the Opus development and they ended up not going through because they couldn't secure GPLET.

https://m.facebook.com/stackhouseliving/

Video is posted on July 30, 2020 and it starts at 29 min of when they mentioned it but perhaps it's not the same development then...or it's renewed w/o GPLET

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Furthermore, it looks like Stackhouse is building their first one in Denver! They mentioned in a post they hope to build one in Downtown Tucson after. So looks like it's still potentially happening.
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