Phoenix approves sale of historic downtown ‘Psycho’ building

The Barrister Building stands six stories with a brick façade over reinforced concrete. /Photo courtesy of the City of Phoenix
The Barrister Building stands six stories with a brick façade over reinforced concrete. /Photo courtesy of the City of Phoenix

By Brenna Goth | The Republic

Phoenix will sell a historic downtown landmark — made famous by its appearance in the Alfred Hitchcock thriller “Psycho” — to be converted into condos, shops and restaurants.

Crescent Bay Development Services LLC will buy the 1915 Barrister Building and adjacent land for $2.28 million under the plan approved 8-1 by the City Council on Wednesday. Councilman Jim Waring voted against the proposal for the city-owned site at Central Avenue and Jefferson Street.

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