Downtown Phoenix is synonymous with Central Phoenix. Between 7th St & 7th Ave, downtown Phoenix runs from Jefferson St north to Bethany Home Rd. Downtown Phoenix includes several historic neighborhoods such as Roosevelt, Evans Churchill and Garfield Historic Districts, as well as the Central Business District. In recent years the light-rail, ASU Downtown, and a burgeoning Arts District have brought revival to the area. These neighborhoods are some of the most desirable due to their proximity to mass-transit, the airport, ASU, popular restaurants, and sports venues. Midtown Phoenix (McDoWell Rd north to Indian School Rd) is downtown Phoenix’s second Central Business District that is known for its skyline. There are several light-rail stops going up Central Avenue where you can drop in popular spots like Switch, Durants, Sochu House, and Gallo Blanco. The Midtown’s neighborhoods the Willo and Coronado Historical Districts are held in high esteem for their annual home tours. North of Indian School Rd to Bethany Home Rd, you will find Uptown Phoenix, which has experience a recent boom in development due to investment from people like Kimber Lanning, the Upward Projects group and Changing Hands Bookstore.
If you want to live in a place where you can walk or bike to work, a Downtown Phoenix rental is your destination. Enjoy walking to the coffee shop on your way to the train station before work. You can also grab a slice of pizza and a glass of wine before you stroll to the concert – transportation and convenience! You will also discover a tight-knit community with coffee shops, fresh local restaurants, a farmers market, the largest Art Walk in the country on “First Fridays”, and Arizona State University’s downtown campus. The downtown area has become a mecca for young professionals and students who seek city life in the desert.
Why Choose Downtown Phoenix Rentals?
Find the best option of Downtown Phoenix rentals in the most desirable neighborhoods from Downtown’s Roosevelt Historic District to Uptown’s Camelback corridor. Downtown Phoenix Rentals can be original apartment communities that have their own unique character, which reflects the neighborhood’s identity. Single-family homes are available in prime Phoenix locations in Downtown Phoenix, Midtown Phoenix, and Uptown Phoenix. There are all types of housing in downtown Phoenix. Apartments range from studios to three bedrooms, and houses in 1-bedroom duplexes to large four-bedroom homes. Find the perfect fit for your lifestyle with us. Most of the downtown Phoenix rental properties are pet-friendly and conducive to pet owners needs.
Know your neighbors and live well in downtown Phoenix rentals in historic communities throughout Downtown Phoenix. Find affordable housing with legitimate landlords that take care of their property. Find a prime location, affordability and community engagement in sought after neighborhoods close to mixed-used transit oriented development. Enjoy the ability to walk to a local coffee shop, restaurant or bar. Anyone can live downtown and live well when you find an affordable rental in downtown Phoenix that is managed by respectable and trustworthy people. You can find contemporary housing in historic spaces for just the right price. Downtown Phoenix Rentals are near new community garden projects, shade tree initiatives and other community engagement activities.
What’s new for people in downtown Phoenix Rentals? Phoenix Public Market
Only blocks from our Roosevelt District communities you’ll find the Phoenix Public Market and now the Phoenix Public Market Café by local chef Aaron Chamberlain. The Phoenix Public Market has become one of the largest and well-attended farmers markets in Arizona. It’s variety of fresh food, entertainment and crafts have attracted Phoenicians from downtown and beyond the urban core.
The farmers market is the closest fresh food option in downtown Phoenix. You can find anything from fresh vegetables and fruits – from local producers – to grass-fed beef and free-range chicken.
The Phoenix Public Market Café is the newest addition to the market located on McKinley Street between Central Avenue and 1st Street. Formerly it was a full service grocery that serviced the neighborhood with the same fresh food the rest of the week. Chamberlain, who also owns St Francis uptown, has reinvented the space as neighborhood cafe serving breakfast to dinner and a $5 happy hour that lasts until midnight.
The Phoenix Public Market open air market is available on Wednesday from 5 to 8 p.m. and Saturday 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.