Phoenix City Square, formerly Kent Plaza and the Rosenzweig Center, is a mixed use high rise complex covering 15 acres at 3800-4000 N. Central Ave. in Phoenix, Arizona. The project was developed by the Del Webb Corporation in 1962. The complex features 3 office towers, a hotel, an open-air retail plaza, and a 1200-car parking gargage. City Square was designed by the architectural firm of Flatow, Moore, Bryan & Fairburn. The towers were constructed in 1962, 1964, and 1971. 3800 Tower is ; 3838 Tower is ; and 4000 Tower is 295,797 square feet. There is also a large Fitness Center, known as Sports Club at City Square, that is part of the complex. Phoenix City Square is on Central Avenue in Phoenix, Arizona. The Metro Light Rail track runs down this portion of Central Avenue. This project is part of the Valley Metro system. On December 27, 2008, Valley Metro Light Rail officially opened. It remains to be seen if this will have an impact in increasing tenancy at City Square, though it will serve to connect the area to Downtown Phoenix. There are a variety of businesses that are part of the complex. Besides having a fitness center, there are also cafes, a day care, a barber shop, law offices, accounting firms, engineering consultants, etc. There is also an on-site U.S. Bank as part of the City Square area.
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City Square Cafe
- Mon - Fri: 7:00 am - 2:30 pm
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