Category:Westward Ho (Phoenix)

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English: The Westward Ho tower building — a landmark on south Central Boulevard, in downtown Phoenix, Arizona.
  • Housing the renowned Westward Ho Hotel from 1928 to 1980, and since 1981 the present day residential subsidized housing complex for elderly, mobility impaired, and physically or mentally disabled people.
  • The 16-story building of 208 feet (63 m) to the roof, held the title of tallest building in Arizona for over 30 years until the Guaranty Bank Building (Meridian Bank Tower) surpassed it in 1960.