Monday, March 28, 2016

10 Interactive Photos Show Changes In Tucson's Skyline

Posted By on Mon, Mar 28, 2016 at 2:40 PM

Rent Cafe, an apartment search website, and writer Ama Otet put together a remarkable collection of before and after images showcasing the recent transformations in Tucson's skyline. Hover over the images to see the year they were taken. 

Take a look for yourself:

1. Hub at Tucson, Sol Building and Luna Building at Speedway Boulevard and Euclid Avenue


2. The District on 5th at 6th Street at Arizona Avenue


3. Tucson Electric Power at Broadway Boulevard. and Scott Avenue
4. Sentinel Plaza Apartments at Congress Street and Linda Avenue
5. University of Arizona Student Recreation Center at 6th Street and Highland Avenue
6. Arizona Stadium at 6th Street and Cherry Avenue
7. Likins Residence Hall at 6th Street and Highland Avenue
8. Environment & Natural Resources 2 at Park Avenue and 6th Street
9. One East Broadway at Broadway Boulevard and Stone Avenue
10. Pima County Public Service Center at Stone Avenue and Toole Avenue

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