You drive by its like everyday. If you gave it any notice, you'd call it "dated," "old school," "kind of like Ugly Betty but a building." In fact, this is No. 3 in the Modern Architecture Preservation Project's Modern 50, which I've featured before. Fifty buildings constructed in the mid-20th Century "that made a significant contribution to Tucson's cultural heritage." Every one is a jewel, a location manger's answer to the director's desperate query: "Location! Where can I find something for Don Draper to stand in front of?" This used to be the Alvernon Eye Clinic, built in 1961 by noted Tucson architect Terry Atkinson, who did some nice work with repetitive blocks of concrete fascia panels, in the words of MAPP. The sculpted hedges are a bonus.