azarchitecture/Jarson & Jarson is the only Real Estate firm in Arizona that specializes in the sales and marketing of Architecturally Unique Homes™ and often gets called on for their expertise. Here’s what’s in the news about the firm plus updates on valley architecture and design.

In the Press

  • View from the Top

    Designed by famed FAIA Architect Will Bruder, this 5,387 SF stunner boasts multiple vignettes for showcasing a handsome collection of artwork and furniture. … For the courtyard, the former owners tapped local artists Mayme Kratz and architect Mark Ryan to produce a custom sculpture wall that glows a fiery red-orange in the outdoor space. Concrete floors and countertops keep the color palette neutral to allow maximum attention to the 360-degree views. “It certainly is one of the most expressive celebrations of architecture in the region,” says listing agent Scott Jarson of azarchitecture / Jarson & Jarson.

    Scottsdale Modern Luxury (May / June 2016 Issue)   July 2016
  • Eldorado on 1st breaks ground in Scottsdale

    “In Scottsdale, we have a cherished tradition to protect…to be a community one aspires to live in. You aspire to reach the point that you can move here to be part of this community; to be part of all it has to offer – the arts, culture and cuisine,” said Scottsdale Vice Mayor David N. Smith. ““For this project we were challenged to think outside the box and we did that.”

    AZ Big Media   May 2016
  • Homes priced $1.5 mil and up set for central Scottsdale

    “Construction on a housing and office project designed by award-winning architect Will Bruder in Scottsdale’s art district is scheduled to start later this month. The development, named Eldorado on 1st for its location, will have seven homes above two street-front offices, on the southeastern corner of First Street and El Dorado Lane.”

    The Arizona Republic   April 2016
  • Whats Behind Phoenix’s Condominium Building Real Estate Boom?

    “That turnaround, Jarson says, is distinctively Phoenix. “In many cities, the movers and shakers who are dictating the way a city is shaped are the bankers and the financiers. Here, the people who have been doing the directing are restaurateurs and artists.” These creatives, Jarson believes, are building vibrant neighborhoods that have recently merged to become a more vibrant downtown…”

    Phoenix New Times   January 2016
  • Rammed-Earth Luxury Homes

    The wider market for luxury rammed-earth homes is difficult to gauge because there aren’t that many of them. “The rammed earth was really reflective of the level of the quality of the materials in the home—and it does reflect in the price,” said Scott Jarson, an owner of azarchitecture Real Estate in Scottsdale, which has a $4.5 million listing for a 7,156-square-foot rammed-earth and copper-clad home in Paradise Valley.

    The Wall Street Journal   April 2015
  • Housing market shifts back to metro Phoenix’s core

    “We’re really kind of re-residentializing that block,” Jarson said. “It may not be for everybody, but I love the challenge of it. . .

    Azcentral   December 2013
  • Historic Mid-Century Phoenix Home Is Demolished

    Scott Jarson of Jarson & Jarson Real Estate said the demolition should incite residents to step up as a community to save historic houses in Phoenix…

    AzCentral   November 2013
  • Soraa: Jarson Residence

    This elegant architectural gem in the desert near Scottsdale, Arizona was designed by noted American architect Will Bruder for his friends and colleagues Scott and Debbie Jarson…

    Soraa   June 2013
  • After Potential Demolition, A Bright Future For The David Wright House

    The David and Gladys Wright House in Arcadia, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for his son David in the early 1950s, has been purchased by a Delaware Limited Liability Company formed by a family with long standing ties to Phoenix…

    SaveWright.org   March 2013
  • Lasting Touch: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fingerprint on Arizona

    The desert fascinated Frank Lloyd Wright. […] He once described the nature of Arizona as that of a “cry out for a space-loving architecture of its own.”…

    Arizona Sonora News Service   March 2013
  • Step Inside the Desert Architecture of Will Bruder

    When Debbie and Scott Jarson decided to build a house on the land they’d owned for 13 years, they were surprised that many architects didn’t understand the building site…

    Design Notes: Design Within Reach   March 2013
  • Cool Home: Elegant, Modern Hillside Home – Debbie and Scott Jarson

    Debbie and Scott Jarson, Realtors known for selling architecturally significant houses, enjoy their own distinctive home…

    AZCentral.com   February 2013
  • Anonymous Benefactor Saves the David and Gladys Wright House

    Christmas has come early for the international community of architects and preservationists, as an anonymous benefactor has saved the endangered David and Gladys Wright House…

    archdaily   December 2012
  • The Design School Hosts Panel on Preserving the David Wright Home

    The Design School in the ASU Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts is holding a panel discussion Monday, Nov. 5 among prominent Phoenix architects, local preservationists and ASU faculty…

    ASU Herberger Institute   November 2012
  • Frank Lloyd Wright House Under Demolition Threat

    In Phoenix, there’s a showdown over the last house designed and built by one of America’s premier architects, Frank Lloyd Wright. […] On Wednesday, city officials gave a little more time to preservationists who want to save it…

    CBS News   October 2012
  • Residents, Organization trying to Save Acclaimed Frank Lloyd Wright Home

    The fight to save a home considered to be one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most innovative and significant buildings could be determined by the Historic Preservation Commission…

    Azfamily.com   September 2012
  • Embracing Peacefulness: The Modern Jarson Residence in Arizona

    Jarson Residence is a secluded 4,440 square foot contemporary home designed by Phoenix-base studio will bruder+PARTNERS (sic) and located in Paradise Valley, Arizona…

    Freshome   February 2012
  • The Jarson Residence In Paradise Valley, Arizona by Will Bruder Architects

    This house is designed as a vessel of personal discovery for two real estate professionals with an educated passion for modern architecture and their two sons…

    AECCafe   June 2011
  • Architectural Tour of the Jarson Residence

    Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art Salon Members are invited to enjoy an architectural tour of the Jarson residence on Tuesday, Nov. 9. Husband and wife team Scott and Debbie Jarson of Jarson & Jarson Real Estate…

    hauteliving.com   November 2010
  • 8-Unit housing complex on 12th Street touted as infill project

    An eight-unit residential project will be built on land where a developer purchased and razed a house on 12th Street once owned by a prominent Valley architect. The “George” housing development…

    The Arizona Republic   August 2008
  • Jarson & Jarson: Architecturally Unique Homes for the “Creative Class”

    The real estate firm of Jarson & Jarson handles only those homes deemed “Architecturally Unique.” On the frontlines of preserving important properties both historic and modern, Scott Jarson…

    944 Magazine   July 2007
  • Desert awes Soleri-inspired architect

    Each day after school, Scott Jarson would trot over to his neighbor’s house to watch him work. That neighbor was architect Paolo Soleri.

    The Phoenix Republic   April 2007
  • Realtor’s inspiration: Neighbor Paolo Soleri

    Each day after school, Scott Jarson would trot over to his neighbor’s house to watch him work. That neighbor was architect Paolo Soleri.

    The Arizona Republic   April 2007
  • Jarson & Jarson: Modern Matchmakers

    When you’re ready to search for that special dream home–perhaps a classic Bennie Gonzales condo, a cutting-edge Will Bruder home on a hillside, or something not yet in existence—Jarson & Jarson is the one to call.

    Contact Magazine   December 2006
  • Haute Houses: The latest local architectural trend glosses over the desert.

    Leesa Struck’s house is where birds go to kill themselves. “They fly directly into the glass walls,” Struck says, pointing a bare foot at one of the several floor to ceiling windows in her Paradise Valley home…

    Phoenix New Times   June 2006
  • Couple reserve Arizona’s Architecture heritage

    What is Arizona architecture? Is it the early-20th-century homes and buildings layered with hand-fired adobe bricks? Is it the postwar ranch house? Or is it Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West, Paolo Soleri’s Consanti or Will Bruder’s modern-day public library? …

    The Arizona Republic   February 2006
  • Wright, Neutra and… Al Beadle? Unknown ‘50s, ‘60s Architects Get Big Push From Brokers; Rising Prices, Leaky Roofs

    When Michele and Tim Juengst went house-hunting in San Diego earlier this year, they didn’t know much about the midcentury modern school of architecture. But after visiting a 1965 home with a V-shaped roof and open floor plan-and flipping through a book…

    The Wall Street Journal   December 2005
  • The Connoisseurs: Jarson & Jarson Real Estate

    There are wine snobs and art snobs, and if there were such a thing as architect snobs, Debbie and Scott Jarson might be so classified except they’re just too darn nice for that. After 20 years in the real estate field, this enterprising couple drew on their art and design…

    Arizona Foothills   August 2005
  • Couple finds success thinking outside the (stucco) box

    Scott Jarson, 47, a Realtor, co-owns Jarson & Jarson Real Estate with his wife, Debbie, 46, a designated broker. They specialize in architecturally unique homes in the Valley…

    Arizona Republic   July 2005
  • Central Phoenix site being refurbished in condominiums

    A San Diego developer plans to convert a vacant, 10-story office building in central Phoenix into luxury condominiums. Joe Pinsonneault bought the old Qwest Communications building at 3033 N. Third St. for $12.5 million.…

    The Business Journal Phoenix   June 2005
  • Sky’s the Limit with Custom Features for Home Buyers

    Money and imagination are the only limits to the luxury options added to today’s custom homes. “Whatever the owner wants and can afford, is what he gets,” said architect Jim Hann of James Hann Designs in Scottsdale…

    Phoenix Business Journal   December 2004
  • Luxury without bounds: Sky’s the limit with custom features for home buyers

    Money and imagination are the only limits to the luxury options added to today’s custom homes. “Whatever the owner wants and can afford, is what he gets,” said architect Jim Hann of James Hann Designs in Scottsdale…

    The Business Journal Phoenix   December 2004
  • Downtown Scottsdale Residents Relish Lifestyle, business opportunities

    From the third floor of their offices in downtown Scottsdale, Scott and Debbie Jarson have front-row seats for what they and others believe are changing dynamics in the city’s future…

    Phoenix Business Journal   October 2004
  • Urban pioneers: Downtown Scottsdale residents relish lifestyle, business opportunities

    From the third floor of their offices in downtown Scottsdale, Scott and Debbie Jarson have front-row seats for what they and others believe are changing dynamics in the city’s future…

    The Business Journal Phoenix   October 2004
  • Realtor Team Opening Office that Matches Their Niche

    A husband-and-wife real estate team that has made architecturally unique home sales their niche has a new and equally unique corporate home…

    Phoenix Business Journal   September 2004
  • Realtor team opening office that matches their niche

    A husband-and-wife real estate team that has made architecturally unique home sales their niche has a new and equally unique corporate home.…

    The Business Journal Phoenix   September 2004
  • Real Estate Rumors

    Scott and Debbie Jarson, a real estate team with a focus on architecturally unique homes, have formed an independent real estate company in their own architecturally unique building in the Scottsdale Downtown Arts District.…

    Scottsdale Real Estate   September 2004
  • ‘Expressive’ Tempe Condos Attract Wide Buyer Mix

    One of the metro region’s more unusual residential developments is under construction a short bike ride from Arizona State University, but few of the tenants are students…

    Phoenix Business Journal   July 2004
  • “Expressive” Tempe condos attract wide buyer mix

    On of the metro region’s more unusual residential developments is under construction a short bike ride from Arizona State University, but few of the tenants are students. Most of the buyers of The Vale Condominiums are professionals who like its design…

    The Business Journal Phoenix   July 2004
  • Central Phoenix Site being Refurbished into Condominiums

    A San Diego developer plans to convert a vacant, 10-story office building in central Phoenix into luxury condominiums.
    Joe Pinsonneault bought the old Qwest Communications building…

    Phoenix Business Journal   June 2004
  • Realtor makes the “A” team

    Estates West magazine named Scott Jarson an “A List Realtor” because he and his wide, Debbie, are known as the “go-to team” for buyers interested in architecturally unique residences. The honor is in the summer 2004 issue of the magazine…

    The Business Journal Phoenix   May 2004
  • Aging Tempe area going upscale

    Urban infill housing is a hot market for Tempe developers, and buyers wasted no time snapping up one of the latest developments a mile west of Arizona State university. Contracts for The Vale will not be signed for a couple of weeks, but most of the…

    Arizona Business Gazette   May 2004
  • “Vision to Value” Awards

    Vision without action creates little value. Taking this to heart, we have developed the “Vision to Value” awards for “Local Heroes” who exemplify their profession and serve clients and community. 1. A great idea and execution that contributes to the good of…

    Personal Real Estate Portfolio   March 2004
  • Urban Loving: Talking with Scott Jarson of Jarson & Jarson Real Estate

    Scott Jarson and his wife Debbie have made a business “Defining Desert Living,” as promised in their agency’s tag line. In the early 90’s, about five years into his career as a real-estate agent, Scott realized that he couldn’t sell another…

    Phoenix New Times   January 2004

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