As downtown Tucson grows, development is spilling onto South Fourth Avenue

Monica Gonzalez hands out a takeout order at Birrieria Guadalajara, 304 E. 22nd St. “I’m hopeful that Fourth Avenue becomes a thing,” says Gonzalez, who installed a cooling system on the patio of her family’s nearly 40-year-old restaurant. / Photos by Mike Christy / Arizona Daily Star

 

Optimism emanating from downtown Tucson’s revitalization is evident in commercial and residential projects west, east and north of the city’s core.

Development to the south was inevitable.

While 22nd Street was once considered a hard border to downtown, local business owners and developers are now eyeing properties to the south as complementary projects to downtown.

“We’ve got such a small downtown geographically there’s only so many ways it can expand,” said Kevin Volk, a commercial broker with Volk Co. “The south is the most natural … it’s a very straight, easy shot from downtown and you’re right next to Interstate 10.”

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