Tucson, Ariz.

St. Augustine Cathedral's façade (at left), created between 1897 and 1928, was kept during a 1960s sanctuary overhaul.

The 29,000-square-foot, $5.4 million St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, completed in 2005.

The $6 million Edith Ball Adaptive Recreation Center, a public swimming facility designed for people with disabilities, features a general-use pool outside and an aquatic-therapy pool inside. The center received the Sonoran Institute's 2005 Green Building Award and the 2005 Outstanding Facility Award from the Arizona Parks & Recreation Association. Designed by Burns Wald-Hopkins Architects; developed by the City of Tucson.

Located in Tucson's Rio Nuevo development— a billion-dollar plan to invigorate the city's downtown—the Mercado District of Menlo Park is a new 14-acre residential and commercial neighborhood under development by Rio Development Co. The Monier Brickyard Building, a 100,000-square-foot mixed-use complex designed by SBBL Architecture & Planning, will help anchor the neighborhood's retail center.

The 1,345-acre University of Arizona Science and Technology Park has 2 million square feet of office, R&D, and lab space. Designed by various architects; developed by the University of Arizona.

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