The Palm Court Tower is a project taking place on the Arizona Center property at the Northeast corner of Van Buren and 5th Street. It will consist of a 31-story Residential tower on land converted from what is now a grass lawn bounded by palm trees.
The building will cost $100M and will be designed by Will Bruder Architects. It will include 350 residential units ranging from studio to three bedrooms in size. The structure will also include 6 levels of parking, a ground-floor courtyard, and a swimming pool terrace.
- Address: 440 E. Van Buren
- Type: Residential
- Floors: 31
- Units: 350
- Height: About 375′
- Expected completion: 2019
Arizona Center Update
The Palm Court Tower project is in addition to a $25M renovation currently underway at the 90’s-era Arizona Center. The multi-use facility was built during an earlier renaissance in downtown Phoenix that eventually fizzled out for lack of one essential ingredient: downtown residents. Come 2018 and that’s all changed.
The Arizona Center renovation, coupled with the new residential tower, signals a new chapter for a property that had become a cautionary tale.
Not only has there been an absolute explosion in terms of downtown housing in the last 6 years, but the Palm Court Tower will add 350 families who will need to look no further than the first floor of their own complex for a drink, coffee, entertainment, or a bite to eat.
Above: The Arizona Center, as it opened on Nov. 19th, 1990. Below: A rendering of what the Arizona Center is to look like after the current renovation.