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Phoenix, AZ (2008)

Swindall Tourist Inn

The Swindall Tourist Inn was converted and renovated thanks to NMTC financing.

Investment

  • NMTC Amount: $580,000
  • Total Project Cost: $615,000

IMPACT

  • 10 FTE jobs
  • 5 construction jobs

CDEs

Project Description

The Swindall Tourist Inn is the last known surviving African American boarding house in Phoenix, Arizona used during the Jim Crow era.[2][3] The building itself was built in 1913 and was sold in 1940. Until its selling, it was used as a boarding house, predominantly for African American lodgers. The building has since been converted to office use.

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Address: 1021 East Washington Street, Phoenix, AZ 85034

Census Tract: 4013114000

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