The building name “Carline Center” pays homage to the streetcar line which once ran through the FQ Story neighborhood between Roosevelt and Grand Avenue. This building dates back to the late 1920's with two homes that were part of the FQ Story Addition development. Later in the 1960's they were merged. Before our purchase, it had been vacant for five years and now stands as a prime example of adaptive reuse in Phoenix. To encourage activity on Roosevelt Street, we created street-facing welcoming entries, a patio, and outdoor shaded areas that have given this building a real facelift. We used modern materials and fixtures that are reminiscent of the building’s age. On the interior its historic look remains intact with exposed brick walls. This space provides modern day functionality with a remodeled open floor plan.
Amenities include: large open office space, concrete floors throughout, fireplaces and exposed brick, ADA bathrooms, custom craftsman workspaces and cabinetry, oversized patio with desert landscaping, covered parking and a 5:1 parking ratio.
Carline Center is home to Solera Health.
Architect: Synectic Design
General Contractor: Ameris Construction
5:1,000sf Parking Ratio
Historic F.Q. Story Neighborhood
Easy access to I-10 Freeway
Near the city, county, federal courts and State Capitol.
Among downtown’s vibrant restaurant and coffee scene