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Seven historic homes in Phoenix could be demolished for new development

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Home in the Coronado Historic District. / urbanconnectionrealty.com

By Jessica Boehm and Catherine Reagor | Arizona Republic

Seven houses in the Coronado Historic District could be razed to make way for new development — triggering alarm in the neighborhood and beyond.

The houses, built between 1917 and 1928, are modest bungalows along 11th Street between McDowell and Coronado roads.

Utah-based PEG Cos. is under contract to buy the houses but is still working on plans and hasn’t requested any demolition or other building permits, the developer’s attorney Stephen Anderson said.

A partnership called Eleven Residential currently owns the houses, according to property records. The group is led by the children of Dr. Wallace Reed, a longtime advocate for the Coronado neighborhood.

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