Listen in as Ecomonic Development Program Manager Sam McAllen and Historic Preservation Officer Michelle Dodds speak with Silent Witness on this Adaptive Reuse about Adaptive Reuse and how it impacts our communites.
Weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Phoenix City Hall
200 W. Washington Street 2nd FloorPhoenix, AZ 85003
For more information or to make an appointment, call 602-534-7344.
The Office of Customer Advocacy (OCA) can help you understand the development requirements for your project. Customers considering the renovation of an existing building for commercial purposes are encouraged to contact this office before beginning the building permit process.
Remodel of existing commercial buildings
Adaptive reuse of existing buildings for new business purposes
Conversion of residences into business offices
Minor additions to existing commercial buildings
Staff can meet with you to discuss the full scope of your construction project and explain the requirements involved in obtaining
building permits and ultimately
Certificates of Occupancy.
The Phoenix Planning and Development’s Office of Customer Advocacy (OCA) is working with the owners of the new Superstition Meadery to convert what was a 1928 Chinese grocery store at 11th Street and Washington into a unique restaurant and meadery. A meadery is a winery that produces honey wines and food with a medieval ambiance. Learn how the OCA staff help new business owners work through the development process.