Tlaquepaque North breaks ground

Written by Ron Eland
April 28th, 2015
Jordan Reece/Larson Newspapers
The day couldn’t have come too soon for Wendy Lippman.

“I am so excited about this getting off the ground – it has been a painstakingly long wait for me,” she said.

It’s been nearly a year since Lippman, resident partner and general manager of Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village, announced the expansion of their property to across the street in what’s being called “Tlaquepaque North.”

Ground was broken on Thursday, April 23, with demolition taking place this week. The project is expected to take about 10 months with a completion date set for February.

“This is going to be a beautiful complex built out with the same care and attention to detail that we always do,” Lippman said in a release. “We have preserved the mature sycamore trees, we’ll have a signature central fountain with pavers throughout and the landscaping will have the same feel and congruency as the existing Tlaquepaque complex.”

New tenants include Pumphouse Deli and Market, The Artist’s Kitchen, Caravana Clothing and Accessories, and Renee Taylor Gallery.

The Sedona Planning and Zoning Commission in August approved a development review for the 1.065-acre project.

Article reprinted from Red Rock News

Ralph Bredahl, Associate Broker and Tricia Bredahl, Realtor are Sedona Realtors with Realty One Group Mountain Desert and have been serving Arizona home buyers and home sellers since 1997. The Sedona and the Verde Valley include the cities and towns of Sedona, Cottonwood, Clarkdale, Jerome, Camp Verde, Montezuma Lakes and Rimrock

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