City votes to abandon alley at Sixth Avenue, Fillmore

The end of the alley between Fifth and Sixth Avenues is surrounded by empty lots at the point it meets with Fillmore Street. / Photo Anya Magnuson / Downtown Devil

By Rebecca Spiess | Downtown Devil

The city of Phoenix officially abandoned an alleyway at a Tuesday morning City Hall Hearing, but only with the stipulations that nearby landowners would not lose essential alley access.

The alley in question is one of the parcels along Fillmore Street from Fourth to Fifth avenues that landed Councilman Michael Nowakowski in hot water in late 2015 for possible conflicts of interest in the proposal process.

The city ultimately chose the Trammel Crow Company and the Cesar Chavez Foundation to develop the project.

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