In the heart of downtown Phoenix, the Iconic Orpheum Lofts (originally the Title and Trust Building) is an 11-story high-rise building and designed in Art Deco style by local architects Lescher & Mahoney . Downtown living at its finest, great city views, heated pool & spa, a clubhouse, BBQ common area, workout facility, close to new shopping, restaurants, performing theatres, museums, light rail and sports venues. Open floor plan, Cherry hardwood floors, shaker kitchen cabinets, granite counter tops, Glass tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, Exposed brick and 10 foot high duct ceilings. No expense was spared in this remodel. This a rare chance to live in an exclusive downtown building It was the largest office building in Arizona at the time of its construction in 1930. The grand opening took place on January 31, 1931. Easy living at its finest ! Must see to appreciate all the finest details ! The bricks used in the facade were specially made in California and are progressively lighter in color from bottom to top. A neon sign located on the north side that advertised the 'Phoenix Titles & Trust Co' was a prominent feature for many years. The site was originally occupied by the 2-story O'Neill Building which was constructed around 1900 and housed early Phoenix lawyers O'Neill and McKean, and later the Arizona Industrial Congress. The building was razed in 1929 to make way for construction of the Title and Trust Building which was expected to cost $650,000. Transamerica Title Insurance Co. acquired the building in 1959 when it bought controlling interest in the Phoenix Title & Trust Co. The building was sold during March 1969, by Transamerica to T & T Building Associates for $2,000,000 The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on September 4, 1985, as part of the Phoenix Commercial MRA (multiple resource area). The opening sequence of the 1960 Alfred Hitchcock film Psycho, was filmed from the roof of this building. A walk score 78
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