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Subcommittee approves lot sale, partnership with ASU

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By Derek Hall | Downtown Devil

Lot at 30 N. First St. in downtown Phoenix, currently used for parking. Google Maps

A city council subcommittee voted to advance motions which put a city-owned parking lot up for sale as well as a future partnership between the city and Arizona State University to assist start-ups.

Items that would have made significant changes to downtown’s zoning code were continued to next month’s meeting of the Downtown, Aviation, Economy and Innovation subcommittee. The move came after a letter from seven community group complaining about the changes was sent to the mayor’s office and city council members.


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