The Phoenix Business Journal reports on the newest wrinkle in the ongoing saga to open the David and Gladys Wright House to the public for tours and events: Deed restrictions. Opponents to the plans to open the house to the public cite local deed restrictions that limited the activities of neighborhood homes to act only as residences. The owner of the Wright house counter that their plans do not violate the actual wording of the deed restrictions. Read more about this architectural tug of war here.
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