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Windsor Square 2024 Home Tour
March 10, 2024

News for Residents

Annual Meeting
Tuesday, March 28th at 7pm at
“The GRID” 5227 North 7th St.

Please plan to attend the upcoming Windsor Square Annual Meeting where you can expect updates from/regarding the following:

– A Representative from Councilwoman Pastors’ office
– Security/Budget/State of the Square
– New board members will be presented

We hope you will plan to attend this annual neighborhood meeting and look forward to seeing you!

SB1117 Housing; Infrastructure

Update: SB117 did not pass in the AZ Senate.

New Advantage Card Additions

Pay your dues today to get the 2023 Advantage card!

  • Dapper & Stout 15% discount excluding Happy Hour deals and premium liquor
  • Oak On Camelback 10%
  • Royal Aesthetics & Injectables – 10%
  • Scott’s Automotive – 10% up to $250
  • Uptown Window – 10%
7th Street and Colter Zoning Update

Despite the best efforts of Windsor Square and many other neighborhood groups and individual participants, the Phoenix City Council voted 7-1 yesterday to approve the PUD zoning case related to the northeast corner of 7th Street and Colter (the Zola Project). Laura Pastor was the lone nay vote. Windsor Square, along with North Central Phoenix Homeowners Association, The Peak Homeowners Association, Murphy Trials Association and MidCentury Modern Homeowners Association, had opposed the case and had requested that the building be pushed further back from 7th Street, that the upper floors of the building be stepped back so as not to loom 60 feet over 7th Street, and for access to the project to be off 7th Street rather than Colter. None of these requests was incorporated into the approved plan. The only open question now is whether and how the 7th and Colter intersection will be signalized. Obviously, this is a big issue and we will continue to monitor the status of that going forward.

We are very disappointed at this result and we are still trying to figure out what lessons to take from the experience. In the meantime, many thanks to all the Windsor Squarians who gave their time and effort. Thought it may be cold comfort in the moment, this process has enabled us to more with our fellow neighbors and we are a closer community as a result.