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The idea of a party dorm like Coronado Residence Hall in a quiet Tucson neighborhood has elicited passionate objections from communities bordering the University of Arizona campus.
Neighborhood negotiations: Tucson developer struggles to get community on board with historic structure repurposing
Local developer Ross Rulney is encountering challenges from the community in developing luxury apartments on his newly-acquired property: the site of an early-1900s-era Benedictine Monastery, heralded as a place of significance by the Tucson community.
Not too often do café-goers have the opportunity to walk in on a real coffee bean roasting machine at work. Exo Roast Co. on Sixth Avenue, Cartel Coffee Lab on Campbell Avenue and Caffe Luce on University Boulevard are among those coffee shops that offer the experience once in a while, however there’s one quaint and homey coffee destination that may not be on your radar: Presta Coffee Roasters on First Avenue.