Designed by Ralph Haver, situated on Architect's Row near Central and Camelback
Dave Friedman of Butler Homes was a great patron of Ralph Haver's firm in the mid to late 50s through the early 60s. They collaborated together on Starlite Vista Homes in Phoenix and Villa Monterrey in Scottsdale, as well as two significant two-story office buildings in downtown Scottsdale, the Pima Plaza building and The Triangle Building, which housed the City of Scottsdale City Hall before a more permanent complex was built. This building at 201 East Camelback Road was the headquarters for Friedman's venture Butler Homes. It was situated immediately west of Haver's own architecture firm office building, which is where Auto Zone now stands.