In an exclusive interview with The American Conservatives, the city of Tucson, Arizona, is considering moving the Cascade apartments into foreclosure and converting the property into a hotel.
The proposed move would remove the entire apartment complex, as well as the parking lot and other infrastructure, from the city.
In a written statement to the American Conservative, Mayor Terence Garcia said, “The Cascade complex is a very large structure that is an integral part of the cityscape.
I understand the concern that this development will cause for many, many families, including some who have lived here for decades, and I am working with the community to address these concerns.”
The city is currently reviewing several alternatives, including a demolition of the entire complex and the demolition of some or all of the parking garage.
But the City Council’s consideration of the Cascade project is not the only thing it is considering.
On Thursday, The American Conservatory published an editorial titled, Why Tucson’s Cascade development is not a good idea.
The article, which was published on The American Conscience, is an opinion piece that describes the city’s proposed demolition of a complex of Cascade apartments and the potential redevelopment of the area as a hotel and convention center.
The editorial argues that the Cascade complex, which is in the midst of a foreclosure process, is a poor fit for the downtown Tucson area, which has a large amount of housing stock and a growing population.
In addition to the residential units, there are approximately 70 acres of parking, including several in the Downtown Phoenix area.
The city’s proposal is intended to replace Cascade apartments with a hotel, convention center, and convention facility.
The Cascade complex consists of four buildings, including the main hotel, three residential buildings, a hotel office, a shopping center, a restaurant, and parking.
The area is home to several high-end restaurants and retail shops.
As the property has become increasingly vacant, it has become a magnet for development.
The American Heritage Building is one of the buildings that has been vacant since 2007.
The developer is planning to tear down the Cascade buildings and redevelop the area, creating an office park and hotel.
“It’s a shame that it’s happening in downtown Tucson,” resident Jessica Williams said.
“I think that it would be really nice to see this property redeveloped.
But I would also like to see it torn down.”
In a statement, the City said it will study the project and “make an informed decision on the merits of the proposal, as it relates to the existing residential, commercial, and residential-use districts of downtown Tucson.”
The City is currently working with a private developer to relocate the building.
“As the City continues to assess its redevelopment options, the developer will work with the City on a final decision,” the statement read.
The project would include a hotel that would occupy the entire site and will be located within the downtown Phoenix area, according to the statement.
The developers plan to open a convention center for the event in 2019, and the hotel will be part of that development.
“We will be working closely with the city on a design for this project that meets the needs of our community, and will take into consideration the concerns of all stakeholders,” the developers said in a statement.
Residents are concerned about the development’s impacts on the city and the surrounding communities.
“There is a real need to have a hotel in downtown Phoenix, and this development could bring a hotel to the area that will have an impact on the neighborhood,” resident Michael Boulton said.
The proposal would also negatively impact the historic Cascade complex.
“This development is just another example of the kinds of developments that are happening in this area,” resident John Gaffney said.