City Park

May 3, 2017

City Park will bring 15 new businesses, hundreds of new jobs and over 100,000 square feet of retail, office and entertainment space to the Downtown core. (Photo/DTP August 3. Rendering/Bourn Companies)


Under Construction:

City Park (20,40, 60 E Congress St), developed by Bourn Companies, is a transit oriented development located on Congress street just east of Stone Ave and a Sun Link modern streetcar stop. The first floor of the 5 story City Park building, at 40 E Congress, will house a food hall. The first floors of the existing neighboring buildings, at 20 E Congress and 60 E Congress, will house two new anchor food and/or beverage tenants – one on each side. The three buildings will be connected through spacious patios. The second floor of the new building will be an entertainment venue which includes a bowling alley, pinball arcade, a bar and private event space. The third, fourth and a portion of the fifth floor is the new North American headquarters for international mining technology firm, Hexagon Mining. The remaining portion of the fifth level will be flex space for events like conferences or concerts that include a 2,056 sq ft outdoor deck and 995 sq ft of indoor space. Rio Nuevo approved a $2.6 million loan in July of 2016 to complete the financing required for the project. Total project cost is estimated around $27.5 million which will create more than 100,00 rentable sq ft.

Construction is expected to be completed by late October 2018. Hexagon Mining is relocating staff to their new headquarters in stages and will ultimately relocate up to 200 jobs to City Park. For more information, visit Bourn Companies|City Park website.


City Park In the News:

Hexagon opens new mining HQ in Tucson

International mining tech firm Hexagon to expand, relocate HQ to downtown Tucson

Two more projects prove downtown Tucson is thriving

Rio Nuevo approves City Park project

Building with food hall, bowling center, offices proposed for downtown Tucson

Council signs off on $1.2 million tax incentive for downtown Tucson food hall

Downtown Bourn project gets city incentive worth $748K