This 1800 + three level, loft like unit has great live-work potential with ground floor space that features concrete floors, powder room and separate entry. Large great room and slick modern kitchen on 2nd level, master bedroom on the 3rd level. Great mountain and city views from great room, master and balconies. Private attached garage. Intimate 12 unit condo community with green features, built in 2007. Walk to Cibo’s, Margaret T Hance Park, Japanese Friendship Garden, Dodge Theatre and Grand Ave galleries, bars and cafes.
Buy this very cool, 3 bedroom home in the Campus Vista Historic District for as little as 1% down, depending on your Credit Score. This home sits on an irrigated lot with lush foliage – trees, shrubs, flowers, and a pond. Built in 1948, this executive red brick ranch features large formal dining and living rooms, large windows, and polished concrete floors.
The City Council on Wednesday, unanimously approved the PUD (Planned Unit Development) Application of the Jackson Street Entertainment District developers, paving the way for them to move forward with their project. Although I was not there personally and I have not been able to find any reports of this event in the media, I’m told by at least 2 reliable sources that it happened.
The Jackson Street Entertainment District covers an L-shaped group of properties in the city’s warehouse district — on Jackson from First to Fourth Streets and between Third and Fourth Streets from Jackson to Lincoln Streets. The Plan calls for a walkable District that would include an outdoor market and cafes, restaurants, nightclubs and up to as many as 1000 residential units at completion. Although the Project could take 5 to 7 years to complete, some businesses could open as early as next year, according to Larry Lazarus, Attorney for the Developer.
If you have always wanted to live in the Coronado Historic District, now is definitely a prime time to make your dream come true. Buy one of the half dozen Bank owned fixers currently on the market in Coronado and rehab it so you can actually live in it with a Purchase/Renovation Loan. Pull the whole deal off with only 3.5% down.
A few years ago, the possibility of buying a home in the Roosevelt Historic District in the low 300’s was totally unimaginable. Fast forward to today’s real estate market and experience the new market reality. This Bungalow, built in 1912 and just steps from the light rail station at Central & McDowell is on the market for $329,000. Due to the recently increased FHA loan limits, this home would qualify for FHA financing with as little as 3.5% down.
A free Historic Homeowners’ Expo will be offered from 9am to 1pm Saturday, June 20, at the Hyatt Regency Phoenix, 122 N. 2nd St. as part of the statewide Historic Preservation Partnership Conference in Phoenix from June 18 to 20.
The expo will offer educational workshops of interest to owners of designated historic homes such as improving energy efficiency, researching a historic home, grants and tax incentives, and how to hire a contractor.
The epitome of downtown Phoenix urban living would be to live right on the light rail line, with a restaurant downstairs, the Library across the street, a pharmacy a few blocks away and the grocery store within bicycling distance, don’t you agree? Some fortunate soul will seize the opportunity to enjoy the just described locale by acquiring this bank-owned, 2-story loft at the Artisan Lofts on Central, that just came on the market.
If you are in the market for an urban, loft style condo in the Downtown Phoenix area and have not checked out Portland 38, you may want to take a peek. The complex, which was designed by local Architect, Michael Underhill, offers some sleek design features including sand-blasted interior block walls, polished concrete floors, Miele stainless appliances, CeasarStone counters, 2′ tile baths, designer lighting, Kohler ‘Stillness’ fixtures, and Western windows.
You may be one of those rabid Diamondbacks fans who has given thought in the past to living near Chase Field, but ruled it out because it was too expensive a proposition. Well, with baseball season now underway and given the drastic decline in real estate prices in the last 18 + months, you might want to revisit the possibilities.
Internationally renowned architect Will Bruder has created life and art at Mezzo. A place to take in the sunset from your private terrace. It`s a place to pick fresh organic herbs and vegetables from the community garden for tonight`s dinner party. It`s a place close enough to your office, the market, museum, and favorite hot spots – that makes driving optional. Wall-to-wall windows, exposed masonry, natural wood or stone flooring, a modern kitchen with high-end stainless appliances cherry cabinetry, and a dining and living area that extends to your private terrace.