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Tucson City Council to vote on proposed 20-story tower near UA

The proposed 20-story tower with retail, office and residential space, would go up at Speedway and Campbell Avenue. This rendering shows the view from the southeast corner of the intersection. /Image: Rick Joy Architects


A 20-story tower, more than 20 years in the making, may soon grace a prominent Tucson intersection.

On Tuesday, the Tucson City Council is to vote on a plan to build the 20-story tower on the northwest corner of Campbell Avenue and Speedway that will feature residential, office, retail and open space with an emphasis on public transit.

Local developer and Tucson native Richard Shenkarow bought the 2.5-acre site — where the Palm Shadows and Babcock apartments are currently — more than 20 years ago with the hopes of one day developing something iconic.


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