Mister Car Wash, the nation’s largest car wash company, plans to relocate its headquarters in early June to the revitalized downtown area of Tucson, AZ. The company’s decision to move from its previous Tucson location in the La Paloma Corporate Center was made in an effort to continue to attract top talent through a workspace that speaks of energy, culture, collaboration, and ideas. The modern, state-of-the-art office space reflects Mister Car Wash management’s commitment to investing in the future growth and development of the company and its employees, as well as the cultural and economic growth of the city of Tucson.

Originally a school built in the 1950s, the three-story, double-brick structure has been completely remodeled and houses more than 25,000 square feet of Art Deco-inspired and contemporary open office space, all designed to promote a collaborative and progressive working environment. The building features breakout rooms, a training space, a workout area with showers, and a sizable lounge that spills out to a shaded, landscaped entry courtyard.

"We have known for a while that Tucson’s recent growth has created an environment where people want to work and live, and will allow Mister Car Wash to continue to attract top talent to grow our team, while retaining our current team of experienced industry experts," said Mister Car Wash CEO, John Lai.