Lyle is the Designated Broker at Urban Connection Realty, specializing in "urban" Phoenix real estate, including the historic neighborhoods, lofts, condos and small creative use commercial buildings. Lyle has been in Arizona off and on since 1984, with the most recent stint starting in 2004, hanging out in and promoting Downtown Phoenix. Lyle can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 602.373.3725.
Here is an incredible mid-century modern home with a 4,600+-square-foot original floor plan including eight bedrooms and five baths.
Why buy a small, traditional office building, when you could operate your business from this 1920s Tudor Revival?
Originally part of a 1920s neighborhood grocery store, this freestanding building, completely redeveloped in 2006, is now part of a small creative complex.
The city of Phoenix has designated 35 different neighborhoods in Downtown and Central Phoenix as “historic neighborhoods.” In addition to living in a neighborhood where there are cool older homes, there are other advantages to living in a “historic district.”
Ashland Place is a very cool and quaint historic neighborhood near the Heard Museum. Your home would be just a few minutes’ walk to the light rail station at Encanto and Central.
A 12-lane bowling alley is coming to Downtown Phoenix in 2010 in what would seem to be an unlikely spot.
Great opportunity for a historical home enthusiast to own an adobe home in Downtown Phoenix.
There is currently one unit at each the St. Croix Villas and PRD 845 that are owned by banks that are offering both great prices and low down payments. Each one of these units can be purchased with as little as 3% down.
Some young professionals have discovered the secret. There is currently a mortgage loan program that will allow you to buy a fixer and obtain money to renovate the home and combine the two loans into one 30-year fixed-rate loan.
A property like this rarely becomes available. This is probably one of only ten truly individually significant historic buildings in the Garfield historic district. Built in 1913, an original, nearly 2100 sq ft, two story brick bungalow with formal living, formal dining, large kitchen with original cabinetry and a huge pantry and laundry room. Great sized bedrooms downstairs, four bedrooms, bath, and foyer landing upstairs. Terrific windows throughout and solid wood floors in much of the house.