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Morrison GroceryChandler History
Historic Structures
and Neighborhoods

Presently, the City of Chandler does not have a historic preservation ordinance or plan. There are a number of historic structures that have been preserved through various efforts in the past. This page lists some of the historic structures in the City.

  • Chandler High School, 1921
  • McCrosky House & Edwards House at Tumbleweed Ranch
  • McCullough-Price House: This recently rehabilitated pueblo revival style home, built in 1938, now serves as a cultural, heritage and visitors center near Chandler Fashion Center.
  • Winn School, 1929
  • Silk Stocking Neighborhood, 1912

For information on other historic structures and neighborhood renovation projects, call 480-782-2751. 

 

 Chandler's Commercial Historic District
(listed on the National Register in 2000)

  • O.S. Stapley HardwareSan Marcos Hotel
  • Suhuaro Hotel
  • Monroe Building
  • Morrison Grocery
  • Dobson Building
  • Dougherty Building
  • Andersen Building
  • Price Building
  • Hotel Chandler
  • O.S. Stapley Hardware
  • Esber Store
  • Serrano's Popular Store
  • Western Auto Supply
  • Sprouse Reitz
  • Reliable Hardware / Arrow Pharmacy
  • First National Bank
  • Rowena Theatre
  • Rowena TheatreChandler Arizonan Newspaper Building
  • U.S. Post Office
  • McCormick Building
  • Margret Square
  • Thomas Building

For information on Historic Downtown Chandler, contact the City's Downtown Coordinator at (480) 782-3045.

 

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