Central Block Rehabilitation

February 27, 2019

The space at 110 E Congress Street will be home to Ten55 Brewing and Sausage House (Photo/DTP Aug 4. Rendering courtesy Schwabe/Dabdoub).

 

Under Construction:

Developers Ron Schwabe and Marcel Dabdoub are partnering to remodel the buildings at 98 (former Wig-o-Rama), 100 (former Grill) and 110 (former Voodoo Jacks) East Congress Street into over 9,000 sqft of space for dining and retail. Each space will have the original brick facade rejuvenated close to its original splendor. Tucson’s Ten 55 Brewing Company will open a restaurant and bar in the 110 E space, while tenants for the other three spaces have yet to be confirmed. The corner 98 E Congress building was said to have interest from chain beverage giant, Starbucks Coffee, but Peach Properties is looking into local vendors instead. There is approximately 10,000 sqft total of space in the Central Block (single story building with mezzanines).

Ten 55 Brewing and Sausage House held its grand opening on August 11th. Peach Properties is currently looking into local coffee shops to occupy the 98 E Congress spot, aiming to open by Fall 2019 and activeley seeking tenants for the other properties. Contact Patricia Schwabe for leasing information.

Peach Properties is in the early stages of planning a three-story addition to the top of the Central Block for an additional 24,000 square feet of 24 live/work units.

 

Central Block In the News:

Downtown brewery looks to fill 40 position at job fair

“Ten55 Brewing and Sausage House” to open downtown mid-August

Work reveals historic facade of Wig-O-Rama building

Tucson Brewery Opening New Spot, First to Use Equity Crowdfunding Law

Possible second location for The Loft downtown

What’s going up? More downtown projects and fast-food shops

CVS Nixes Plans for Store in Iconic Downtown Building

Downtown’s iconic Wig-O-Rama sold to Tucson developers

Downtown Tucson’s Wig-O-Rama & Diocese School Sell for $2.45 Million