The Willo Historic District Annual Home Tour will take place on Sunday, February 8th, 2009 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. This unique neighborhood tour features outstanding examples of Tudor, Spanish, and Bungalow style homes dating from the 1920’s through the 1940’s.
I just read an encouraging article at azcentral.com, reporting that: “The airport initially expected that a daily average of 600 to 700 people would use the new transit connection from the train stop at 44th and Washington streets in Phoenix. But with Metro service not even a month old, Sky Harbor says the average is 850 people… Read more
With the Light Rail now in full operation and real estate prices as low as they are, this is a perfect opportunity to move in to Downtown Phoenix. The Stadium Lofts are located within a 5 minute walk to US Airways Center, Chase Field, the Light Rail. Walk to many restaurants, theatres and every thing else… Read more
The renovation on the 1931 Professional Building, former home of Valley National Bank in Downtown Phoenix must be moving along at breakneck speed as the Hotel Manager, Todd Iacono told Arizona Republic reporter Jahna Berry that the Hotel would be open in October. A $100 million renovation will restore the vintage lobby and will create… Read more
According to Jahna Berry’s Blog at azcentral.com, the 83 year old owner of the San Carlos is seeking a partner. Greg Melikian was quoted as saying “”We are looking for someone to join our family and to take Hotel San Carlos to the next level.” Melikian has owned the historic 121-room hotel on and off for… Read more
This cute, brick bungalow with covered front porch and covered carport represents a great owner-occupied or investment property opportunity in the Central Park neighborhood of SoDo Phoenix. City Park with Recreation Center just steps away from the property. Just around the corner from the Bentley Projects Gallery and City Bakery. Just a short walk to… Read more