Tempe historic neighborhoods fight urban expansion

Tempe

By Jerod MacDonald-Evoy | The Republic

Half-century and older homes dot a tree-lined Tempe neighborhood less than a mile from where office buildings and condos have shot skyward in recent years.

Many of the homeowners there fear the urban redevelopment will creep into their historic enclaves. A “Harmony in Tempe” apartment complex proposed last year in the Maple-Ash Neighborhood sparked a rallying cry to the city for help.

“It’s kinda ironic the project is called harmony,” Tempe City Councilwoman Lauren Kuby said, adding that the proposal did bring community residents together to find a solution to what they see as encroaching condo and apartment developments.

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