Authentic Arizonan flair widespread over a large region of the city.
The city's hub, downtown Phoenix has some of the main attractions of Arizona. The historic section of Phoenix is large and separated into 36 separate communities. However, citizens enjoy the “small-town” feel located on the corner of interstate 17 and 10, with an outlier section by Scottsdale named Arcadia.
Offering traditional and classic Southwestern architecture, the spectacular housing represents time-honored styles that have endured centuries. The neighborhoods are built in Pueblo, bungalow, French Provincial, ranch, and Monterey styles, among many other options. It’s easy to connect with the rest of the large area using the Valley Metro Rail line, which runs numerous commuter functions. They include commuter bus service, light rail, and vanpool service.
While all the historic communities are extraordinary, Willo, Medlock Place, Coronado, and Roosevelt Row are the most notable. Built in the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s, Willo has some of the most iconic neighborhoods in Phoenix. This city's nexus is a beautiful walk with palm-tree-lined streets, guest homes, and porches for the best life has to offer. The architectural design celebrates Tudors, Spanish Colonials, bungalows, and ranch homes. Medlock Place is a charming combination of the city and country. Also developed in the 1920s, many of this neighborhood’s homes are Pueblo Revival and ranch homesteads. Beautiful lush foliage accents the urban subset here. Coronado is a larger area containing three historic neighborhoods: Brentwood, Coronado, and Country Club. The northern end has California bungalows, ranches, and Spanish Colonial Revival houses.
Coronado is perfect for those who’d like to stop at the city attractions, including the art district, central corridor, and light rail line. Finally, the Roosevelt District is one of the most notable in this city region. The large, craftsman-like buildings attract residents eager for an active lifestyle mixing with the community and creme de la creme professionals and businesses.
While the community is large and encompasses a variety of the populace, the close-knit feel allows neighbors to create their villages within the grandiosity. As it’s fondly named, Roosevelt Row is well-known for its artistic value. Indeed, the awe-inspiring uniqueness of this locality creates a bond and connection among its residents.
Vivacious and spontaneous, downtown Phoenix sets off a spark like none other. Although designated in a giant physical area with many separate communities, the residents have connections. Visual aspects include grandiose houses and healthy industrial development, but the feel is that of sitting on the front porch with lemonade and chatting with your neighbors.
Citizens have ample choices for eating and purchasing. Cityscape Shopping & Dining Complex has national clothing and nutrition shops and fantastic coffee and dining options. Arizona Center is a brand new hub of Phoenix, known as the perfect meeting spot before a Diamondbacks or Suns Game, a stopover at the Convention Center, or a home base for any jaunt down to the center of Phoenix. It contains favorite eateries and retail shops, and the landscaping is superior. Groups can enjoy serenity amidst the stimulating waterways and luxuriant garden grotto. Professional and social groups will prosper in such a beautiful setting.
Marvelous activities abound in this part of the city. There are attractions for art enthusiasts, sports lovers, family outings, and many more. On First Fridays (the first Friday of every month), vendors display incredible artwork within a stretch of dozens of city blocks and a large mass of businesses. Some 70 galleries and even more creators participate in this massive event. Heritage Square honors Phoenix’s Victorian roots, with the Rosson House Museum being the main attraction. This 1895 Queen Anne house is fully restored and represents some of Phoenix’s earliest settlers. While here, visitors can enjoy a 60-minute tour of the living space and experience a snapshot of life in those days. If time allows, hop over to the Arizona Science Center, the Children's Museum of Phoenix, and The Lath House Pavilion, which hosts myriad spectacular events each year.
Enchanted Island is yet another attraction for amusement park lovers. Named as one of Forbes’s Top 12 Best City Parks in America, the exciting family fun place has 11 amazing rides, a lagoon to ride a pedal-boat across, and a giant splash zone perfect for refreshing from the desert sun.
Chase Field, home of the Arizona Diamondbacks, is set within Jefferson Street, Fourth Street, and Seventh Street. It is among the most unique structures in town, making it a prime entertainment destination. The retractable roof is built with the same technology as drawbridges and overhead traveling cranes, a design that allows fans to enjoy games whether the heat is pushing 110 or rain is washing the desert. The Downtown PHX Farmers Market is a thriving marketplace for local vendors who produce freshly grown food. They welcome agricultural vendors, prepared food vendors, food trucks, and medicinal vendors, among countless others. In addition, the Downtown Phoenix campus and Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport are nearby.
Phoenix has a large number of public schools divided into about 30 districts, and the city has various private schools, including:
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