Newest city of Tucson National Historic Landmark right here in our historic subdivision of Colonia Solana (there are 7 in the entire city). Interesting enough, not our first one in Colonia Solana, as the El Con Water Tower is also a City National Landmark. The Voorhees-Pattison House can be seen at the corner of Randolph Way and E Via Golondrina across the street from Randolph Park on the way to Reid Park.
After a year of work and public meetings the City of Tucson Mayor and Council voted unanimously to create our 7th Historic Landmark: the 1929 Voorhees-Pattison House, designed by renowned Architect Roy Place. Located in the national historic district of Colonia Solana this house is one of the more outstanding examples of Spanish Revival architecture in our city. This designation is a regulatory overlay that protects the property and requires City Council approval demolition. Please take a moment to send a thank you to the Council for proactively working to save Tucson’s heritage: email@example.com
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