Pictures from Phoenix and sometimes from the surrounding cities that make up the "Valley of the Sun"
I am not sure about the look... looks like a small parking structure to me. :-)
What a setting!
It is a dramatic setting, but the architecture makes no attempt to blend in with the setting. My guess is that this is on the East side of Camelback.
The views may be grand but the building itself leaves something to be desired.
Shalom! Today is the International Day of Peace (9/21/12) May you and all countries know and enjoy peace.It is not only dramatic but it looks quite large, too. Wouldn't mind living there.
This area looks so green. I would love to see some of those views.
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It looks huge but a bit brutal for me!
What an eyesore. If their going to build on the mountain the design should at least try to blend.
I'll bet the views are absolutely amazing, but the structure itself is not to my taste. But, I have pretty traditional tastes. Can you see a Tuscan style home there? Or an adobe home?
Wow Sharon, that's quite a building. It looks very functional from the outside but I bet it's fab inside.
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