Scottsdale seeks next tenant of Noriega Livery Stable

The Noriega Livery Stable is in Old Town Scottsdale at 3806 N. Brown Ave. (photo by Melissa Fittro/Scottsdale Independent)

By Melissa Fittro | Scottsdale Independent

City officials are requesting proposals for a space on one of downtown Scottsdale’s historic properties — the Noriega Livery Stable.

Issued Monday, July 24, the city’s tourism, events and real estate departments are seeking proposals for a three-year revocable license agreement for a 3,125-square-foot space at 3806 N. Brown Ave.

Donning a horse-stable mural on its interior south wall and embedded with a rich western back-story, the space is now occupied by Scottsdale Arts. The in-resident artist lease expires in November, prompting the solicitation for a new tenant.

The small tan building, sitting on the southeast corner of a parking lot and space utilized for a weekly Downtown Scottsdale Farmers Market, was purchased by the city from Gerbacio “Harvey” Noriega — also identified as the man riding a wild bronc pictured on the city of Scottsdale seal.

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