Friday, August 31, 2012

Office in a Historic Neighborhood


I recently discovered this interesting office building located in the heart of a historic neighborhood in Central Phoenix.  It houses a Law firm specializing in personal injury and medical malpractice.  I wonder who gets that round office.


It's actually two buildings joined in the center by this lovely covered walkway.  The buildings fit into the neighborhood perfectly.

13 comments:

alp said...

Bonitas fotos. Un beso desde Murcia.

Birdman said...

Hahahaha Probably the restroom.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

This is a very appealing building Sharon, the white and cream give it a cool serene look, love the columns and arched walkway, if I had to work in an office, the round room would suit me just fine!

Magpie said...

What a beautifully elegant building. It just doesn't seem like something you would find in Phoenix. And such a grand walkway. Happy Friday!

RedPat said...

it doesn't fit my image of a Phoenix commercial building either. Wonderful place.

glenda said...

Great looking building, would love to have the round office space.

Judy said...

From the pictures it looks like it could be a home. Very pretty.

Lowell said...

Gorgeous building. Love the steps going up the side and this arched entrance. I'd say the boss gets the corner ... that way he or she can survey the whole place!

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

What an attractive building; it must be a lot nicer to face a day working there rather than a modern office block.

Bruce Taylor, a.k.a. Catalyst said...

Gorgeous architecture.

Randy said...

Beautiful building.

Kathy said...

I used to office in the little building right behind this! I'll never forget the year we had the rogue peacock who was hanging out on the roof of that arched walkway. Those attorneys were mighty mad about that big bird pooping on their sidewalk!

JM said...

Wonderful architecture. I would fight to have my desk in the round room! Well, actually, I can't complain, I have worked in one of Lisbon's most beautiful Art Nouveau buildings... with all the inconveniences a historic building brings you to! :-)