For those seeking the ultimate urban Phoenix living experience, there is no better place than the chunk of Downtown Phoenix that is the 85004 ZIP code.
The O.C. Thompson House, on the corner of 2nd Avenue and Roosevelt Street, is one of the first examples of brick residential structures in Phoenix.
Midtown’s One Lexington, formerly Century Plaza, is poised to become one of Phoenix’s most popular residential towers when it reopens later this month.
This coming Sunday, March 7, the historic home tour caravan moves to Uptown, for a glimpse of what life is like in Windsor Square.
The Brentwood Historic District, which is part of the Greater Coronado Neighborhood Association, will be holding its first-ever home tour on Sunday, February 28.
Built in 1895, the Rosson House is one of Phoenix’s original homes, and it is one of the only remaining examples of a brief Victorian architectural influence in town.
The portion of Downtown Phoenix that the U.S. Postal Service considers the 85007 ZIP code is diverse to the max, to say the least.
The motto for this year’s Willo Home Tour, ‘This Valentine’s Day, fall in love with Willo,’ is fitting, as attendees continue to flock to the tour every year.
GeOasis has developed a unique solution on display in a historic home that meets the Valley’s home cooling and heating needs using the solar energy stored just below our feet.
The 22nd annual Willo Historic District Home Tour & Street Fair will take place this year on Valentine’s Day, Sunday, February 14 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.