Downtown Phoenix is quickly becoming Arizona’s center for art, commerce, and culture. Restaurants, art galleries, shops, and businesses abound, spurring new residential developments. From luxury apartments and high-rises to mixed-use buildings, the Downtown Phoenix scene is thriving. This urban area boasts a high walkability score (or the light rail is always there to get you where you’re going.)
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In addition to the usual suspects—Fry’s, Safeway, Sprouts—Downtown Phoenix supports a handful of locally-owned markets, bodegas, and co-ops where you can pick up your kitchen essentials. Shop an authentic supermercado at Los Altos Ranch Market, Or drop by the Phoenix Public Market for your fresh, local produce, meats, and other eats.
Downtown might not be the city’s most infamous shopping district, but you’ll still have plenty of trendy shops to visit in this thriving city center. Located in the heart of downtown, CityScape is two blocks of restaurants, boutique shops, and upscale entertainment.
Like many urban centers, Downtown Phoenix is where museums, theaters, and art galleries abound. Roosevelt Row, Phoenix’s popular Arts District, is home to some of the city’s favorite exhibits and galleries. Walk through on First Friday to see the newest murals and projects in what has been dubbed “a continuously evolving urban canvas.” Plus, the Valley’s urban center is home to the Talking Stick Resort Arena and Chase Field , where you can catch concerts, games, and other special events. Add that to a lively nightclub scene and there’s no shortage of things to do in Downtown Phoenix.
For affordable modern townhouses, single family homes, condos, and high rises in a bustling urban area, look no further than Downtown Phoenix. Check out what’s available in the area.
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