Superior Home and Building Tour shows historic town’s revitalization

This massive old Superior High School has now become a home. Many of the rooms inside have been converted to guest suites. Superior Chamber of Commerce / Tri-Valley Dispatch


Nestled on the edge of the Superstition Mountains, the small mining town of Superior might be over an hour’s drive from Phoenix, but it knows a thing or two about rising from the ashes.

Driving into town along U.S. 60, those who have never been to Superior are likely to notice a place unlike any they have ever seen. It’s a town that is timeless, in that it doesn’t appear to belong to any specific historic period. There are buildings that look straight out of the early days of copper mining, others that are run down and still others that retain old-timey architecture, but with modern aesthetics.


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