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Chandler, AZ’s Major Historical Sites

With its long history, Chandler Arizona has its share of historical buildings. Some have been rebuilt or demolished to make room for Chandler’s growing business and technology development, but several still stand as a record of the town that once was. If you’re a Chandler resident looking for water treatment or HVAC service, check out our service offerings.

Suhwaro Hotel

Address: 58 W. Buffalo St.

Will Robinson built the Suhwaro Hotel in 1915. It’s played many roles in downtown Chandler since then, including employee housing, classroom space, and a budget hotel. Today it’s occupied by food services, retail, and office spaces.

San Marcos Hotel

Address: 1 San Marcos Place

Dr. Alexander Chandler (for whom the town of Chandler is named) built the San Marcos Hotel 1913 as a destination for snowbirds who wanted to escape to the warm Arizona winter. Today it remains a historic venue with modern amenities. It now has a 18 hole golf course, and a gorgeous outdoor pool.

McCullough-Price House

Address: 300 S. Chandler Village Drive

Like many historical buildings in Arizona, the McCullough-Price house began its life as a winter destination residence. A stunning example of Arizona’s pueblo style of architecture, it was built by William McCullough and was later purchased by the Price family in 1950.

Today it exists as a modernized research and archive center for the Chandler Museum.

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