Adaptive Reuse Project on Roosevelt Row in Phoenix
Synectic Design Inc. architecture firm and Ameris Construction have been contracted by Harder for the Carline Center project.
Harder Development’s new adaptive reuse project, the Carline Center, is along downtown Phoenix’s Roosevelt Row.
The Carline Center is at the northeast corner of Roosevelt Street and 11th Avenue.
The property was originally two houses built in the late 1920s. They were later merged into a cohesive structure in the 1960s. The buildings have been empty for more than five years. Harder Development is rehabilitating the property into two professional suites.
The architecture firm, Synectic Design Inc. and Ameris Construction have been hired for the project.
The design and architecture also will have some references to the streetcar line that once ran through the area in the FQ Story neighborhood, between Roosevelt and Grand Avenue.