Construction performed by
Phoenix-based Robert E. Porter
Nearly as old as our state, the warehouse has seen the rise of every Arizona governor, speaker, supervisor and mayor since 1928.
-Jeff Gray, Deputy Director, Client Services
The lobbying industry was founded on the basis of being in close proximity to elected public officials.
Legend is that President Ulysses S. Grant coined the term “lobbyist” in the 1860s. He would often escape the confines of the White House to have a cigar and brandy at the nearby Willard Hotel lobby in the evenings.Read More›
Like everything else we touch, we can’t help but add some personality to the 25,000 Sq Ft of space.
-Matt Silverman, VP & Managing Director, Phoenix
R&R Partners is packing up its 29th-story office for an abandoned warehouse a few blocks south. Goodbye Valley views and covered parking. Hello late-night visits from the undead in a haunted warehouse! Needless to say, the move was hard to digest at first. So I did what any logical man would have done: I fled the country for two weeks.Read More›