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The Kuentz Recreation Center, 14401 R.H. Johnson Blvd., was the third recreation center built in Sun City West. more
Plaza del Sol Shopping Center, located on the southeast corner of 107th and Peoria avenues, was built in the early-1960s to serve Sun City’s then-growing population, which at the time was expanding to the south. more
It may not look like it, but Menke Funeral and Cremation Center on the northwest corner of 103rd Avenue and Coggins Drive in Sun City was the original home of Sun City’s first free-standing U.S. Post Office. more
The West Valley Museum of Art, which today is located at Peoria City Hall, 8401 W. Monroe St., was originally created by several art enthusiasts in Sun City and Sun City West. more
When Sun City first opened Jan. 1, 1960, prospective buyers were treated to five model homes, a shopping center, restaurant, golf course and a recreation center. more
Last week, local historian Bret McKeand shared a story of a Circle K convenience store that was built at 103rd and Grand avenues decades ago to serve the needs of Sun City. more
Circle K became the first business in Sun City to be open 24 hours when it opened a convenience market in the early-1970s at 12440 N. 103rd Ave., just south of Grand Avenue. more
When the Sundome Center for Performing Arts opened in September 1980 in Sun City West, it was billed as the largest single-level auditorium in the Southwest. more
Yesterday: This small building, left, was erected by the Del Webb Development Company in 1959 to house a salesman to answer inquiries from passersby. more
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