Redevelopment plans unveiled for iconic midtown Phoenix office complex

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By Audrey Jensen | Phoenix Business Journal

A famous mid-century office building in midtown Phoenix will soon become part of a mixed-use campus with new housing, amenities and an outdoor park for the community.

Formerly known as the Phoenix Financial Center, the Punch Card building was developed in the 1960s by Phoenix real estate developer David H. Murdock and designed by W.A. Sarmiento, a renowned Peruvian architect who was famous for his modern bank designs across the U.S. and studied under Brazilian architect Oscar Neimeyer.

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