Adaptive Reuse Program

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The award-winning Adaptive Reuse Program began as a pilot program in April 2008, and today is one of the most comprehensive programs of its kind in the country. The program offers development guidance, streamlined processes, reduced timeframe, and cost savings to customers looking to adapt older buildings for new business uses. Additionally, the adaptive reuse of existing buildings preserves our history, contributes to economic vitality, promotes building effort, and creates more vibrant neighborhoods.



​Learn more about the program by selecting the following links:

Adaptive Reuse Fee Incentives

P&D fee incentives are now available for eligible adaptive reuse projects. Please see the links below for eligibility criteria and application requirements.

Infill Development District
The Infill Development District was established to promote development in areas served by Light rail and existing infrastructure by providing flexibility to standard development requirements.

For additional information, contact the Office of Cus​tomer Advocacy at 602-534-7344.​​

​Take a look at the below video to see how the program works and learn about incentives.

​​Superstition Meadery: Behind the Scenes!  

The Superstition Meadery is open and welcoming customers to its unique dining experience. Below is a video showing how they got started rennovating the historic building with help from the Office of Customer Advocacy.

​U​nique Downtown Brewery Opens Featuring One of Country's Only Female Brewmasters!

​Greenwood Brewery opened over the summer with help from the Office of Customer Advocacy! Take a peek inside of this Adaptive Reuse project in the video below.