100 Mill Avenue
Proposed High Rises near Monti's La Casa Vieja Historic site and restaurant.
In the News: TEMPE - The city's Development Review Commission waved through the Monti's La Casa Vieja high-rises during a marathon meeting Tuesday night, leaving the City Council as the last hurdle for the controversial project.
The developer agreed to chop 5 feet off one of the buildings, putting the structures at 320 and 300 feet tall.
Even so, developer Tony Wall's intentions to place two high rises on the site of one of the Valley's oldest adobe buildings have garnered attention. The Monti's steak restaurant - itself a long-time local favorite - sits inside the Hayden house, which was built by Tempe's Anglo founder, Charles Trumbull Hayden.
Opposition from Tempe's Historic Preservation Commission prompted a redesign that put the high rise just south of the Monti's building instead of on top of it.
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