Ghost Ranch Lodge Sign

The Ghost Ranch Lodge, an Adaptive Reuse Success

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 for redevelopment along Miracle Mile, and now the historic motor court Monterey Motel down the street is being redeveloped into an artist studio. The Ghost Ranch Lodge is truly an adaptive reuse project that shows a historic rehabilitation can be good for a community as well as financially feasible!

The developer of the Ghost Ranch Lodge, Atlantic Development + Investments, generously sent some pictures so I wanted to share a few of them here. If you are in Tucson and have a chance to drive by, it’s off the Miracle Mile exit east of I-10. The neon sign is awesome at night.

Ghost Ranch Lodge Sign
The iconic neon Ghost Ranch Lodge sign on Miracle Mile that has greeted visitors to Tucson for more than sixty years.
Ghost Ranch Lodge Clubhouse
Inside the Ghost Ranch Lodge’s restored clubhouse.
Ghost Ranch Lodge Furnished Living Room
One of the living rooms, beautifully decorated and furnished by the resident, at the Ghost Ranch Lodge.
Ghost Ranch Lodge Historic Cactus Garden
The Ghost Ranch Lodge’s fully restored historic cactus garden. Photo credit: Ladd Keith
Ghost Ranch Lodge
The Ghost Ranch Lodge on Miracle Mile. 

Photos, except where noted, were provided courtesy of Atlantic Development + Investments.


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