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Mayor Gordon’s Blog | Public Housing Goes Green

September 30, 2009 | By

Hard work is paying off — $3.4 million to be exact. The city was just notified, once again, that the Housing Department was awarded a competitive ARRA grant.

The Historic Neighborhoods of Phoenix

September 25, 2009 | By

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.”

Live in the Ashland Place Historic District

September 15, 2009 | By

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.

Adobe Home in North Garfield Historic District

August 27, 2009 | By

Great opportunity for a historical home enthusiast to own an adobe home in Downtown Phoenix.

Bank-Owned Condos at St. Croix Villas and PRD 845

August 18, 2009 | By

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.

Buying a Move-in-Ready Bank-Owned Home in Downtown Phoenix — How is That Possible?

August 10, 2009 | By

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.

Historic Fixer on 2 1/2 lots in Garfield

August 4, 2009 | By

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.

50’s Ranch near Light Rail in great Uptown location

July 26, 2009 | By

Walk to the 7th Ave Light Rail Station from this large single story home on a spacious corner lot. Featuring 3 bedrooms, 1.75 baths with separate entry for what could be home/office. Situated on a lushly landscaped lot with privacy in both front and back yards. Also, walking or bicycling distance to all of the new restaurants & other retail, opening near Central & Camelback including Postino’s, Lola’s, Haus Modern Living and on and on.

Live in Arizona’s tallest residential building

July 20, 2009 | By

Does high-rise living interest you, but you thought you couldn’t afford the mortgage plus HOA? If you’re interested in renting in Downtown Phoenix, there are actually a limited number of condos for rent at 44 Monroe, our tallest residential tower. Amenities include indoor/outdoor pool, spa cantilevering into the skyline, state of the art fitness center & conference room. Enjoy the community entertainment lounge, play pool, watch the game, enjoy wine & food in a relaxing intimate setting or step outdoors on the terrace and enjoy the views and fresh air.

Huge 2 story Bungalow in East Evergreen Historic District

July 16, 2009 | By

This is an extraordinary opportunity for someone who wants to live and work in Downtown Phoenix, all under the same roof or for a full blown Professional Office ie. Attorney, Lobbyist, Architect or ? You’re talking a renovated property here with hardwood floors, remodeled kitchen and bathrooms, 8 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. A few of the bedrooms would serve as great conference rooms. Property is zoned R-5 and is within walking distance to Safeway, Starbucks & others to the North, Roosevelt Row to the South, Downtown Phoenix Public Library & Light Rail to the West.