Completed in 2009, this is a tribal office, administration and government complex. The $70 million, 198,000 square foot complex reflects the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian community’s respect for the land and the two rivers – Salt and Verde – that flow through the eastern boundary. Features include two 3-story office buildings connected by a bridge, along with cultural displays, outdoor amphitheater and park. In addition, the landscape design includes an extensive array of native plantings with fountain features that create a tranquil and welcoming environment. Two more buildings in the complex, a 12,000 sf. cafeteria and 12,800 sf. tribal council chambers, each accommodate up to 300 people.