Sitting on the patio at Cibo, you may have noticed a quaint little stuccoed apartment complex directly across 5th Avenue.
I recently moved to the Downtown Phoenix area and during my search this is the place that really stuck out.
One of the overlooked aspects of the recent home buyer’s tax credits approved by Congress is the credit that is available for the move-up or repeat home buyer.
One of the things that makes Downtown Phoenix interesting is the presence of several residential neighborhoods filled with homes built from the 1920s to the 1950s.
The Orpheum Lofts building was once the largest office building in the state. Despite much change, its Art Deco influence remains strong.
Just a few years ago, living in a Downtown Phoenix condo or loft was reserved primarily for the wealthy. But, in today’s market, condo living is actually affordable.
If you’ve been at the corner of 5th and Roosevelt streets this past month, you’ve noticed the Upcycle Living model home on the northeast corner. Inside you find a green, affordable living space.
The 25th annual F.Q. Story Home Tour & Holiday Gift Sale is this coming weekend.
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?