Competition heavy to redo ‘Psycho’ building

‘Psycho’ building
‘Psycho’ building
PB Bell:Davis rendering of proposed development. /Image courtesy of City of Phoenix.

By Eric Jay Toll and Mike Sunnucks | Phoenix Business Journal

Eight proposals have been submitted for redevelopment of the historic Barrister Place Building in downtown Phoenix.

The 100-year-old building was previously the Jefferson Hotel and was featured in Alfred Hitchcock’s movie “Psycho” in 1960.

The city of Phoenix wants to sell the 100-year-old Barrister building in downtown

The city of Phoenix has owned the Barrister building since 1990. It wants to sell the property at Jefferson Street and Central Avenue for $2.28 million and see the historic property redeveloped.


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