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Restore The A.S. Noon Building

$835 of $500,000 goal

Raised by 7 people in 15 months

 

Help to preserve and restore The Noon Building, an iconic part of Southern Arizona’s border history!

The A.S. Noon Building, located in Nogales Arizona, was built in 1908 by Adolphus Samuel Noon and has remained within the Noon Family for generations & still does today.  In 1986, the Noon Building was added to the National Registry of Historic Places.  The Noon Building sits proudly on Grand Avenue in downtown Nogales, Arizona,  just a few hundred yards from the DeConcini Port of Entry to Mexico. It is the only flatiron building in Southern Arizona.  For over 109 years, The Noon Building has helped to shape the economy of downtown Nogales, contributing growth and opportunities for commerce, by providing business space for local merchants all within walking distance of the Nogales/Mexico border.

OUR PLAN
Our unique historic building in a readily accesible downtown location, very close to the Business District in Nogales Sonora, and the DiConcini Port of Entry. 

We will be offering contemporary lodging and office/conference space in a classic building with 360 degrees of stunning views, high ceilings and the latest in web link technologies. 


Follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheNoonBuilding/

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask! 



Adolphus Samuel Noon
Before there was The A.S. Noon Bldg., there was A.S. Noon Blacksmith & Machinist. 
The A.S. Noon Bldg. through the years
The A.S. Noon Bldg. through the years
The A.S. Noon Bldg. through the years
The A.S. Noon Bldg. through the years
The A.S. Noon Bldg. through the years
Today
Intersection of Grand Ave, Elm St. & Arroyo Blvd.
Intersection of Grand Ave, Elm St. & Arroyo Blvd.
Looking South to Mexico & the DeConcinni Port of Entry from the roof

Leaking windows & crumbling plaster
Leaking windows



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Up on the roof trying to stop some new leaks, clean the gutters & repair swamp cooler issues.
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https://www.facebook.com/azpreservation/photos/a.10150732524619050.468496.83815914049/10155656522274050/?type=1&theater

Arizona Preservation Foundation is helping to promote our campaign! They changed their cover photo to a picture of The Noon Building!
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We've received our 4th donation! Thank You Thank You!
Here is an article about the Cuban Queen Bordello in Jerome, AZ. Please help us avoid this catastrophe!
https://www.verdenews.com/news/2017/mar/06/jeromes-historic-cuban-queen-bordello-collapses/
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$835 of $500,000 goal

Raised by 7 people in 15 months
Created June 5, 2017
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LL
$100
L Lampner
13 months ago

I hope this helps

$10
Gracie Aguirre
13 months ago

Nogales use to be a beautiful town back in those days. It had elegance and character. Lets hope our little town will pull together and give you the support. Which I believe they will. Good Luck.

MK
$200
Mary Kasulaitis
15 months ago

This historic building is important!

SI
$100
Sylvia Ilan
15 months ago

Best of luck Sarah! I appreciate you trying to preserve the building for the history of Nogales and the Noon Family.

AB
$200
Ann Bassetti
15 months ago

This is a cool old building; well worth the effort to save! Not to mention historic. Good luck, Sarah!

CC
$25
Christine Courtland
15 months ago

Good luck Sarah! And family

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