The Ghost Ranch Lodge had its grand reopening several months ago, as I previously posted in The Redevelopment of the Ghost Ranch Lodge. Construction had just been completed a few weeks before the event, and the units were already 100% occupied with a waiting list for future residents. It has also served as a catalyst . . . → Read More: The Ghost Ranch Lodge, an Adaptive Reuse Success
The City of Tucson’s current Land Use Code (LUC), which regulates land use and development, is infamous for being one of the most draconian in use. Adopted in 1995, it was flawed to begin with and time and continual addition of reactionary standards hasn’t helped. Figuring out what is allowed and required for development, and . . . → Read More: Simplifying Tucson’s Land Use Code
I was recently invited to say a few words at the celebration of the rehabilitation and adaption of the historic Ghost Ranch Lodge into affordable senior housing. The grand reopening coincides with the popular Miracle Mile Open House & Tour, an event created from the City of Tucson’s Oracle Area Revitalization Plan.
I had the . . . → Read More: The Redevelopment of the Ghost Ranch Lodge