Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio has applauded the likely $2.38 million-sale of the historic Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home in Phoenix to an anonymous buyer, saying the transaction is the first of many more steps to come in order to permanently protect the property.
However, a planned city vote on designating the property as historic is likely to moved back because of the pending sale.
In a letter to his supporters Thursday, the day after the announcement of the Wright-home’s sale, DiCiccio said the property was
one of the most important treasures in Phoenix and the anonymous buyer’s intent to preserve the iconic home was
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