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History. Hayden Flour Mill is a relic of our agricultural past, when Tempe was a small town surrounded by miles of farmland and anchored, economically, by the processing and marketing of grain, cotton, fruit, vegetable, and dairy products.

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  • Hayden Flour Mill  Tempes Iconic Towers

    Hayden Flour Mill Tempes Iconic Towers

    Nestled in the heart of downtown Tempe, just outside Phoenix, the Hayden Flour Mill and Silos are among the oldest and most iconic buildings in Arizona. Since the mill opened in 1874, the site was the longest continuously used industrial site in the Salt River Valley.

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  • Our Story  Hayden Flour Mills

    Our Story Hayden Flour Mills

    Hayden Flour Mills OUR STORY The legend goes that in 1868, Charles Hayden was making his way up North when he was waylaid by dangerously high waters on the Salt River.

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  • Hayden Flour Mill | Downtown Tempe AZ

    Hayden Flour Mill | Downtown Tempe AZ

    Established by the Charles Trumbell Hayden family, the building operated as a flour mill for 80 years until its closing on April 1, 1998. The building remained mostly original with the exception of its electrification in 1924 and a grain elevator as added on to the original mill in 1951.

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  • Hayden Flour Mill

    Hayden Flour Mill

    At one point in time, the Hayden Flour Mill produced approximately 96 bushels per hour or approximately 100,000 lbs of flour per day. The silos at the mill are 112 feet tall. “ Hayden Flour Mill is a relic of our agricultural past, when Tempe was a small town surrounded by miles of farmland and anchored, economically, by the processing and marketing of grain, cotton, fruit, vegetable, and dairy products .”

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  • An abridged history of Mill Avenue: The Hayden Flour Mill

    An abridged history of Mill Avenue: The Hayden Flour Mill

    Thus, Hayden Flour Mill’s fate is up to its owners, the city of Tempe. Maybe the future of the mill is all but decided. In December 2014, Tempe City Council voted to have the Hayden Flour Mill redeveloped into a hotel and outdoor music venue capable of seating 4,000.

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  • Historic: Hayden Flour Mill  Echoes of the Southwest

    Historic: Hayden Flour Mill Echoes of the Southwest

    Jun 20, 2012 · By October 10, 1984, the mill was added to the National Register of Historic Places. The mill ceased all operations on April 1, 1998, and the Hayden Flour Mill and silos were left abandoned until about 14 years later when it was finally renova ted. I got the opportunity to visit this fantastic historic site and was thrilled at how rustic it still is.

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  • Historic Hayden Flour Mill Coming Back To Life  Tempe

    Historic Hayden Flour Mill Coming Back To Life Tempe

    The original Mill was built in 1874 by Charles Hayden. The large grain silos were not built until 1951. The Hayden family operated the mill until the 1980s, and flour was ground here until 1997. More of my Hayden Flour Mill photos can be found here: The Future is Bright in Tempe:

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  • Hayden Flour Mill | Downtown Tempe AZ

    Hayden Flour Mill | Downtown Tempe AZ

    Established by the Charles Trumbell Hayden family, the building operated as a flour mill for 80 years until its closing on April 1, 1998. The building remained mostly original with the exception of its electrification in 1924 and a grain elevator as added on to the original mill in 1951.

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  • An abridged history of Mill Avenue: The Hayden Flour Mill

    An abridged history of Mill Avenue: The Hayden Flour Mill

    Mills Mill. What better place to start than Mill Avenue’s namesake: The Hayden Flour Mill. Located near Rio Salado Parkway and Mill Avenue, the mill is one of Tempe and …

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  • Hayden Flour Mill  Baum Revision

    Hayden Flour Mill Baum Revision

    Our vision for the Hayden Flour Mill is to develop an iconic project that celebrates the history of the Mill through a uniquely branded world-class hotel along with an …

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  • Tempes historic Hayden Flour Mill being redeveloped

    Tempes historic Hayden Flour Mill being redeveloped

    The Hayden Flour Mill was built in 1874 and damaged in a fire. The mills and silos visible today near Rio Salado Parkway and Mill Avenue were built in 1918 — making them 100 years old this year.

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  • Tempe OKs development deal for Hayden mill

    Tempe OKs development deal for Hayden mill

    May 31, 2016 · Tempe OKs development deal for Hayden mill. For the better part of a century, the Hayden Flour Mill in downtown Tempe has stood as perhaps the most recognizable marker of the citys early history. Built in 1918 and expanded in 1951 with towering silos adjacent to the building, the mill served as a "welcome to Tempe sign of sorts,...

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  • Hayden Flour Mill Redevelopment Proceeding

    Hayden Flour Mill Redevelopment Proceeding

    In addition to creating an outdoor multipurpose and entertainment area at Rio Salado Parkway and Mill, the reconstruction program will also create a path and trailhead to Hayden Butte and establish a public exhibit space to showcase the history of the mill and the surrounding area.

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  • Hayden Flour Mill  Home | Facebook

    Hayden Flour Mill Home | Facebook

    The Hayden Flour Mill no longer hosts events as it is under a development agreement. While the historic building will remain, it will be operated by others. You may wish to consider the Tempe Center for the Arts or Tempe History Museum as alternatives.

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  • Hayden Flour Mill Redevelopment Proceeding

    Hayden Flour Mill Redevelopment Proceeding

    By Roland Murphy for Arizona Builder’s Exchange. The first phase of the long-awaited Hayden Flour Mill Redevelopment project moved another step closer to fruition last month after gaining approvals for several components from Tempe’s Development Review Commission.. In its Oct. 24 meeting, DRC approved Iconic Mill, LLC’s requests for Zoning Map Amendment, Amended Planned Area …

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  • Charles T. Hayden  Wikipedia

    Charles T. Hayden Wikipedia

    The Hayden family moved out of the house in 1889. It was listed in the National Register of Historic Places on October 10, 1984 reference #84000173. The Hayden Flour Mill, was originally built by Charles T. Hayden in 1874, thus the name of "Mill Avenue" in Tempe.

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  • Sanborn Map of the Hayden Flour Mill left

    Sanborn Map of the Hayden Flour Mill left

    Photo courtesy of the Tempe History Museum. Sanborn Map of the Hayden Flour Mill (left) Water flowing through the Hayden Canal turned a turbine that powered the Hayden Flour Mill. The mill building had rooms for equipment to clean wheat, grind it, and purify the flour. Other rooms were for filling and storing the finished sacks.

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  • The Hayden Flour Mill Project  Rio Salado Foundation

    The Hayden Flour Mill Project Rio Salado Foundation

    Overview. The Hayden Flour Mill, located at Rio Salado Parkway and Mill Avenue, is one of Tempe’s most iconic structures with its tall white silos. It had been unoccupied since 1998, fenced off from the public and a no trespassing zone for safety reasons. The City of Tempe’s intention is to someday attract development to that site...

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  • Hayden Flour Mill  Posts | Facebook

    Hayden Flour Mill Posts | Facebook

    The Flaming Lips to perform this Friday LIVE UNDER THE MILL with Dry River Yacht ClubPOSTED in NewsTHE FLAMING LIPS have been added to the Live Under The Mill show this Friday, April 4th, at the Hayden Flour Mill with Dry River Yacht Club.At this point, no idea seems too out-there for the Flaming L...

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  • An abridged history of Mill Avenue: The Hayden Flour Mill

    An abridged history of Mill Avenue: The Hayden Flour Mill

    However, there is a rich history that lies in the 1.2 miles between Gammage Auditorium and Hayden Flour Mill. Mills Mill. What better place to start than Mill Avenue’s namesake: The Hayden Flour Mill. Located near Rio Salado Parkway and Mill Avenue, the mill is one …

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  • All About Tempe AZ: Hayden Flour Mill  Tempe AZ

    All About Tempe AZ: Hayden Flour Mill Tempe AZ

    Hayden Flour Mill - Tempe AZ The Hayden Flour Mill is a historical landmark in Tempe, AZ. Posted by AllAboutTempeAZ at 3:30 PM. Email This BlogThis! Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest. Labels: Hayden Flour Mill, History, Landmarks, Mill Avenue. No comments: Post a Comment. Newer Post Older Post Home.

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  • Piece of Tempe history comes back to life as mill opens to

    Piece of Tempe history comes back to life as mill opens to

    ARROYO RODRIGUEZ: The historic Hayden Flour Mill is an icon that can be seen from all directions. It stands on the busiest corner of downtown Tempe at the foot of the Town Lake bridge. It’s three stories high and the silo next to it rises higher still. Wheat farming was a booming industry in the 1800s.

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  • Hayden Flour Mill  Mills and Gins on

    Hayden Flour Mill Mills and Gins on

    The existing mill began operations on July 10, 1918, and was built by prominent valley concrete contractor, J. C. Steele. On October 10, 1984, upon completion of a substantive review, the Keeper determined the Hayden Flour Mill eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places at the State Level of Significance.

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  • The Hayden Flour Mill Project  Rio Salado Foundation

    The Hayden Flour Mill Project Rio Salado Foundation

    The Hayden Flour Mill, located at Rio Salado Parkway and Mill Avenue, is one of Tempe’s most iconic structures with its tall white silos. It had been unoccupied since 1998, fenced off from the public and a no trespassing zone for safety reasons.

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  • Sanborn Map of the Hayden Flour Mill left

    Sanborn Map of the Hayden Flour Mill left

    Photos courtesy of the Tempe History Museum.Photo courtesy of the Tempe History Museum. Hayden Flour Mill This was the second mill built on this site in about 1890. The Hayden Flour Mill was more than just the milling equipment to grind wheat into flour. It was a …

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  • Hayden Flour Mill | Downtown Tempe AZ

    Hayden Flour Mill | Downtown Tempe AZ

    Details. The Green at the Hayden Flour Mill is the perfect place for picnicking, a grass lawn in front of the amphitheater, and information telling the story of the historic Hayden Flour Mill, an iconic part of Downtown Tempe.

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  • Hayden Flour Mills: Sowing Ancient Grains to Rebuild an

    Hayden Flour Mills: Sowing Ancient Grains to Rebuild an

    Mar 24, 2014 · European missionaries brought it to the high desert of the American Southwest in the 1700s and farmers grew it there for centuries. In the early 20th century, it became the basis for a popular flour brand, Arizona Rose -- produced by the original Hayden Flour Mills. That Hayden Flour was founded in …

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  • Hayden Flour Mill Redevelopment Proceeding

    Hayden Flour Mill Redevelopment Proceeding

    By Roland Murphy for Arizona Builder’s Exchange. The first phase of the long-awaited Hayden Flour Mill Redevelopment project moved another step closer to fruition last month after gaining approvals for several components from Tempe’s Development Review Commission.. In its Oct. 24 meeting, DRC approved Iconic Mill, LLC’s requests for Zoning Map Amendment, Amended Planned Area …

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  • Charles T. Hayden  Wikipedia

    Charles T. Hayden Wikipedia

    The Hayden family moved out of the house in 1889. It was listed in the National Register of Historic Places on October 10, 1984 reference #84000173. The Hayden Flour Mill, was originally built by Charles T. Hayden in 1874, thus the name of "Mill Avenue" in Tempe.

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