One of the go-to spaces to hold events in Tucson, the historic Manning House, has been put on the market. It will host no events after July 11.
“It’s a competitive business, and we didn’t make it,” said CEO Colleen Concannon, who founded the events business at the 1907 “Snob Hollow” home almost 16 years ago. “Summer is always difficult, but this one is worst of all.”
The Concannon family, which owns the downtown property at 450 W. Paseo Redondo, is offering it for $67 a square foot. That amounts to $2.48 million for a 37,000-square-foot building on 5.2 acres.
“It’s a bargain,” Concannon said. “It’s like giving it away.”
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