Rescued bungalows on Broadway will become Tucson foodie hub

By Cathalena E. Burch | Arizona Daily Star

A pair of Tucson developers is about to give Tucson’s City of Gastronomy an actual address.

And they are doing it in seven historic bungalows that narrowly missed the wrecking ball in a stretch of the city’s core that many had long ago written off as desolate and neglected.

Developers Randi Dorman (who is connected to the Ice House Lofts and The Trinity apartments, office and retail space) and Moniqua Lane (linked to the Downtown Clifton and Citizen Hotel) are creating a foodie hub in seven bungalows on the so-called Sunshine Mile. The 2-mile stretch of East Broadway, from Country Club to Euclid, lies in the path of the city’s controversial Broadway road-widening project that leveled hundreds of buildings, some of them historic.


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