Step onto the grounds of Placita de la Luna and immediately you sense the colorful history of this beautifully maintained complex. Explore the buildings with their graceful arches and thick adobe walls to discover the story of their origins. The original structure was a home built in 1934 with adobe dug from the site and hand formed by members of the Pasqui Yaqui tribe who lived on the reservation just south of the complex. The home was added on to over the decades as the family's needs grew. The resulting traditional territorial architecture is uniquely a Tucson treasure. You'll be glad to know that there are artist studio spaces available for lease.
Feel good about where you work.
- water harvesting
- passive solar heating
- thick adobe walls
- solar plans
- bicycle parking
The management of Placita de la Luna is committed to having an environmentally responsible work place as well as a beautiful one.
- inspiring glass block design elements
- water features (coming fall 2009)
- desert friendly landscaping
- eclectic mix of businesses
- inner and outer courtyards
And all these features come with ample parking and a convenient location. The streetfront spaces have excellent visibility. You will be thrilled to know the artist studio spaces available for lease at Placita de la Luna are being offered below Tucson market prices.