Mid-Century Modern signature building in Central Phoenix, built in 1962 for Conn & Canlin CPA firm, in the Modernistic style and designed John Sing Tang, Phoenix first Chinese American architect. This head turning building is in the Willo Historic district. Featuring unique and dramatic architecture which lends to intrigue from the exterior, Natural stone materials blend well with the environment, the stone piers and planters, cantilevered overhangs, clerestory windows, wood siding, glass walls, and mullion-less corner windows. Large corner lot in a highly visible location, tongue and groove interior ceilings. 3 private offices, a lobby and large open space enough to 10 cubicles. Kitchen area, extensive storage and 2 restrooms. Close to light rail and a walk score of 66.