CityScape Residences - Gourmet Kitchens w/ Prep Islands, Designer French Doors, Private Balconies, Granite Countertops, Tile Backsplashes, Upgraded Stainless Steel Appliance Package, Floor to Ceiling Windows, Ceiling Fans, Luxurious Bathrooms, Linen Closets, Plush Carpet, Large Walk-in Closets, Modern Track Lighting, 24Hr State of the Art Fitness Center, WiFi Throughout Common Areas, In-Home Washer/Dryer, Pets Welcome

CityScape Residences

11 S Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85003

0.1 Miles - Walk Score: 95

Gourmet Kitchens w/ Prep Islands, Designer French Doors, Private Balconies, Granite Countertops, Tile Backsplashes, Upgraded Stainless...

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Studio1 Bathroom560 sq. ft $ 1,200
Studio1 Bathroom587 sq. ft $ 1,200
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Skyline Lofts (Downtown Phoenix) - Studio, One and Two Bedroom Apartments, Resort Style Pool & Heated Spa, Whirlpool Appliances, Full-size Washer and Dryer, Executive Business Center, Luxurious Soaking Tubs and/or Walk-in Showers, Cyber Caf including Wireless Internet, Spacious Patio or Balcony, 24 hour Fitness Center, Game Room and Billiards, Controlled-Access Parking Garages, Pet Friendly

Skyline Lofts (Downtown Phoenix)

600 N 4th St, Phoenix, AZ 85004

0.5 Miles - Walk Score: 88

Studio, One and Two Bedroom Apartments, Resort Style Pool & Heated Spa, Whirlpool Appliances, Full-size Washer and Dryer, Executive...

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Studio1 Bathroom672 sq. ft $ 1,037
Studio1 Bathroom760 sq. ft $ 1,092
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Camden Copper Square - Camden Copper Square is the epitome of luxury loft and townhome style apartments in Downtown Phoenix

Camden Copper Square

901 E Van Buren St, Phoenix, AZ 85006

0.7 Miles - Walk Score: 82

Camden Copper Square is the epitome of luxury loft and townhome style apartments in Downtown Phoenix.

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1 Bedroom1 Bathroom610 sq. ft $ 889
1 Bedroom1 Bathroom706 sq. ft $ 889
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Roosevelt Point (Downtown Phoenix) - All-Inclusive Utilities with Electricity Cap, Granite Countertops, Stainless Steel Appliances, Internet and Cable, Walk-in CLosets, Private Washer/Dryer, Two Resort Style Pools, Two Courtyards, Two Modern Fitness Centers/Tanning Dome, Outdoor Fireplace, Water, Sewer, Trash, Community-wide WiFi

Roosevelt Point (Downtown Phoenix)

888 N 4th St, Phoenix, AZ 85004

0.7 Miles - Walk Score: 83

All-Inclusive Utilities with Electricity Cap, Granite Countertops, Stainless Steel Appliances, Internet and Cable, Walk-in CLosets,...

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Studio1 Bathroom500 sq. ft $ 905
1 Bedroom1 Bathroom675 sq. ft $ 989
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Roosevelt Commons - 35 App fee, Income req

Roosevelt Commons

825 N 6th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85003

0.7 Miles - Walk Score: 73

35 App fee, Income req. 2 people 1 bed,

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2 Bedroom1 Bathroom721 sq. ft $ 695
2 Bedroom2 Bathroom745 sq. ft $ 840
Legacy Bungalows -

Legacy Bungalows

1350 W Van Buren St, Phoenix, AZ 85007

0.9 Miles - Walk Score: 72

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2 Bedroom2 Bathroom1,006 sq. ft $ 600
1 Bedroom1 Bathroom789 sq. ft $ 610
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Phoenix, AZ

Founded in 1861, Phoenix is the capital and largest city of the U.S. state of Arizona, as well as the sixth most populated city in the United States. According to the 2010 Census Bureau, Phoenix is home to approximately 1.4 million people. The city has a notable and famous political culture and has been home to numerous influential American politicians and other dignitaries, including Sandra Day O'Connor, Carl Hayden, JohnMcCain, Barry Goldwater, William Rehnquist and Janet Napoleon. Phoenix has maintained a growth streak in recent years, growing by 24.2% since 2000. This makes it the second-fastest-growing metropolitan area in the United States following only Las Vegas. Phoenix and the surrounding area have several cultural activities, including the performing arts, museums, and events.

Temperature

Average High - 105, Average Low - 45

Sports

Basketball - Suns

Baseball - Arizona Diamondbacks

Footballs - Cardinals

Hockey - Coyotes

Crime Rate

Crime in Phoenix has reached a 20 year low; although as with most major cities, crime can be an issue.

Top Neighborhoods

Scottsdale is one of the largest and most beautiful and most talked about suburbs in the state of Arizona. What began more than a hundred years ago as small desert town with dirt roads has seen dramatic growth and development over the years, culminating into a forefront of the best of the best that Arizona has to offer for those who are seeking a pristine and culturally lavish residential atmosphere. Scottsdale features two main sections that together deliver the best the neighborhood has to offer. There are several great elementary, middle and high schools, and one of the largest communities of colleges in the nation. Scottsdale offers fine dining and great nightlife.

Gilbert was once a small town, but not so much anymore. It is considered to be one of the fastest growing suburbs in the state and in the country for that matter. Although not known for it's nightlife, there are quaint shops, and stores available. Gilbert offers some of the most affordable housing in the Arizona area; great green spaces and a quiet safe neighborhood that has very little crime. Although it is a bit removed from the expressway, Gilbert is a pocket of nicety just inside the busy city limits. Gilbert has great schools from elementary to high school, and is a nice place to raise a family.

Tempe is quite possibly one of the largest college towns in the US. Tempe hosts Arizona State University and Tempe Town Lake as its main attractions. The city has undergone much change and upgrades in recent years. The crime rate is far lower, the businesses have been cleaned up and the world famous shopping on Mill Avenue has grown exponentially. Housing prices are in par with the national average, but actually finding a house that is for sale may be challenging. There are plenty of great places to visit as well as ample jobs in this growing revived neighborhood.

Sedona, Arizona is a hip, young, vibrant and happening small town that is filled with gorgeous and natural red rock formations, and lots of alternative-lifestyle interests. It hosts two world class resorts, the Miano Spa and the Four Seasons; frequented by the world’s best-known celebrities and VIPs. Sedona offers scenic hikes, enjoyable horseback riding on trails and of course, one of only four natural equinoxes in the US. When people move to Sedona, it seems they never want to leave. Although finding housing can be a little difficult, living in Sedona is certainly worth the effort..

Downtown Phoenix is the central business district of Phoenix. It is located near the geographic center of the Phoenix metropolitan area. Phoenix, Major arts and cultural institutions also call the area home. Downtown Phoenix is a center of banking and finance and of course major league sports activities, live concert events. The US Airways Center is home to the Phoenix Suns, the Phoenix Mercury, the Arizona Rattlers and the Phoenix RoadRunners. US Airways Center hosted the 2009 NBA All-Star game. Downtown Phoenix is alive with activity; from the busy epicenter of the financial district to the fans of professional sports that take over at night. Downtown Phoenix provides art, culture, sports and entertainment. What more can you ask for?

Central Avenue Corridor Located halfway between the major arterial roads 7th Street and 7th Avenue, Central Avenue is the dividing line for Phoenix. Central Avenue Corridor provides a great mix of people from every walk of life and socioeconomic level. Central Avenue represents almost every architectural use and style found in Phoenix; and as a result, a wide range of price points for and housing options. You can find everything from converted warehouses to small single family homes to high rise living, the Central Corridor has it all. On Central or in the immediate vicinity lie officially recognized and protected historic neighborhoods and a variety of cultural, performance, and sporting venues.

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