This recently opened shopping plaza, named for Josias Joesler, a renowned Swiss-born architect who shaped Tucson architecture ... More
This recently opened shopping plaza, named for Josias Joesler, a renowned Swiss-born architect who shaped Tucson architecture from the 1930s to the 1950s, reflects the architect's genius. The buildings are reminiscent of an old Mexican village, combining elements of Southwest-Mexican adobe architecture with tile roofs in the typically eclectic Tucson style. The mix of businesses here is as eclectic as the style, featuring American Indian art galleries, interior design stores, boutiques, a Chinese restaurant, and a bistro. The place is definitely upscale, and still expanding.
Shopping at Plaza Palomino is a pleasant mix of strolling among Mexican style tiled courtyards and fountains reminiscent of large
haciendas and relaxing at a restaurant table outside. This artfully designed center contains jewelry stores, galleries, women's apparel stores ...
For five years, this colorful store inside the Williams Business Centre has provided locals and visitors with things they never
knew they needed, such as ceramic pigs painted in colors that customers may pick from the store's design collection. ...
Air conditioned shopping malls are the main centers for entertainment and social activities for locals, particularly during the hot summer
months. The Foothills Mall is no exception. This is definitely the mall for Foothills residents, especially after its recent ...
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