Downtown Phoenix offers a everything from condos, lofts, townhomes and single family homes in urban neighborhoods. Right in downtown is the Evans-Churchill Historic neighborhood with residential. commercial and live/work properties.
Most historic districts in Phoenix are very close to downtown. These areas provide great single family homes with historic features you can’t buy today in a new build. If you are considering moving to a historic district in Phoenix, you really want to call us, we have extensive experience with historic homes and the joy and the problems that can come up.
Downtown Phoenix has been on-the-rebound for at least 20 years. The Great Recession slowed things down a bit area is better than ever with something for everyone. There is more construction of new residential properties than we’ve had in a long time!
With prime location, many residents enjoy a short walk to the ASU campus, easy access to tons of shopping and dining, and many fun local festivals and concerts that take place throughout the year.
As of the first of January 2017, there are over 10,000 residential homes under construction in downtown and mid-town Phoenix.
Roosevelt Row Arts District is located in downtown and its main area is between 7th Street and 7th Avenue on Roosevelt Street. Roosevelt Row has art, entertainment and restaurants. Everything month on the first Friday of the month there’s the nationally well known Artlink First Friday Art Walk.
From downtown you really have access to everything easier than most areas. The most freeways in the valley go to or close to downtown. Once in the freeway system, you can get anywhere in minutes. Sky Harbor International Airport is just minutes away, so is mid-town and the Biltmore Financial District. Arcadia and North Central Ave are very desirable residential areas.
Enjoy the pedestrian life of Downtown.