The Ronstadt

April 3, 2017

The Ronstadt transit center redevelopment is a key project in advancing downtown Tucson’s revitalization. (Rendering/Peach Props)



Peach Properties proposal to redevelop the Ronstadt Transit Center was chosen by the City of Tucson in 2015. One requirement of the proposal is to keep Ronstadt as a full functioning transit center. The 4.7 acre key downtown development also includes plans for a mix of 300 residential units, commercial and retail along with a boutique hotel, a public market, and open plaza space. The Peach Properties team is led by local developer Ron Schwabe and includes several equity partners, including Scott Stiteler.  The team includes local architecture firms Swaim Associates and FORS Architecture + Interiors, general contractor Ryan, and transportation/transit consultant, HDR.  Also part of the team is Melody Peters, the public artist who created the tiles that decorate the existing arcade.

Financing is said to be secured and is just waiting on Federal Transit Authority approval because of the transit component of the project. 


Ronstadt In the News:

Downtown’s largest project waiting for federal approval

Ronstadt Transit Center Joint Development

New Ronstadt Transit Center to come soon

Tucson Council Set to OK Two Big Urban Core Projects

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Who is Tucson’s Ronstadt Transit Center named after? It’s not exactly who you think

Peach wins Ronstadt Center redevelopment project

Plans proposed to redevelop Ronstadt Transit Center

Early reactions to Ronstadt plan positive

Development Proposals for the Ronstadt Transit Center Making Progress, Is Everyone Really OK About It Though?