MacAuthur Building, Tucson is a three-story, 22,661-square-foot building in downtown Tucson, Arizona. It was originally named the Hotel Heidel in 1907 and was remodeled into the MacArthur Hotel in 1944.[1] The hotel included a restaurant, saloon and barbershop and was built to serve passengers arriving via the Southern Pacific Railroad Depot.[2] The hotel closed in 1979 and was renovated for office use in 1985.[1]

The city bought the MacArthur Building for $2.9 million in 2005 for possible use in the Depot Plaza housing project immediately to the south, but the property was not incorporated.[1] In 2008, the city sold the building to Madden Media.[3][4]


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