In 1999, Michael Levine (co-host of the 2010 Jane’s Walk Phoenix) purchased “a few” signs from the Arizona State surplus yard. 12 years later he has put them to work, in time for the Arizona Centennial in 2012.
Welcome to the historic downtown Phoenix warehouse district.
In 1999 I purchased “a few” signs from the Arizona State surplus yard. 12 years later I put them to work.
– Over 500 AZDOT Highway signs
– Over 3,000 Self drilling screws
– 6 Days installation
– 27′ High X 140′ long
* time lapse www.d2prod.com * Dennis & Dennis are awesome
Michael Levine and Angela Paladino are painstakingly removing layers of paint from the oldest remaining warehouse in downtown Phoenix.
This building is an often overlooked example of Phoenix’s mid-century architecture. Neil B. McGinnis Neil B. McGinnis was born in El Paso Texas in 1897. He spent his childhood in Missouri, and moved to Phoenix in 1912. McGinnis graduated from Phoenix Union High School and attended Occidental College in California before…
605 East Grant Street has a long and storied history, with connection to some key figures in the Phoenix’s history.