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Owners of Van Buren to appeal terms of preservation grant

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Phoenix City Council is set to vote Wednesday, November 15, on a request to change grant terms for the Van Buren. /John Spevacek/DD

By Ashley Musil | Downtown Devil

The Phoenix City Council is set to vote next Wednesday, November 15 on a request to change grant terms for one of downtown’s newly restored historic buildings, the Van Buren.

At the beginning of the restoration negotiations, the city of Phoenix agreed to give the building owners, Pat Cantelme and James Kuykendall, $250,000 in funding in exchange for a 30-year historic preservation contract.

Originally, this meant if the city’s guidelines for historic buildings were broken anytime during their 30-year contract, Cantelme and Kuykendall would have to pay the city back the grant in full.


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