A Brand New Library in Arizona, and Ahead of Schedule Too

It's Avondale's $6.2 million Old Town Library (pdf) and it opens on September 15th. Detroit-based SmithGroup designed and Tempe-based Sundt Construction built the state-of-the-art library.

"In addition to incorporating green and energy-efficient aspects into the building, the architecture makes good use of natural light to create an inviting atmosphere inside the library," said Dan Davis, Avondale's parks, recreation and libraries director. AZ Central reports.

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Huh.

So Avondale has two new Library buildings? The other one partnered with the County and on the Eastern edge of town, and this one to replace the old downtown building?

Long story short

Long story short, the library partnered with the County will be leaving the County system within the foreseeable future.

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