New design lowers heights of proposed apartments around former Tucson monastery

Photo Mike Christy / Arizona Daily Star 2018

By Gabriela Rico | Arizona Daily Star

Updated designs for the future development of apartments around the former Benedictine Monastery were unveiled Wednesday night.

After months of working with neighbors and a design group, the developer and architect shared a new design that lowers the height of the structures and expands to the north of the monastery on the site of a formerly abandoned and fenced-off house.

The apartments would sit north, south and east of the monastery. The tallest buildings would be up to 55 feet, with lower heights along North Country Club Road and the residential Anderson Boulevard on the east, architect Corky Poster said.

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