Pierson Place Historic District at Central & Camelback
This neighborhood has about 200 houses, a few dozen multi-family properties, and many service businesses on its’ east and west borders. The southern border contains the City’s Canalscape Project, which is a modern multi-use path on the bank of the Grand Canal that is great for walking, riding, visiting, etc. The borders of this neighborhood are Camelback on the north, The Grand Canal on the south, Central Ave. on the east, and 7th Ave. on the west. Most of the residents are younger to middle-aged professionals living in renovated houses, and some are long-time residents that were the original buyers. This neighborhood has a very active neighborhood association with 100+ members and many activities during the year, and the crime rate is one of the lowest in the city. Drive thru this neighborhood any time and you’ll see residents working in the yard, chatting with neighbors, walking pets, and riding bikes.
Carnation Neighborhood at Central & Indian School
This neighborhood has about 250 houses, a few dozen multi-family properties, and many service businesses on its’ east and west borders. The borders are The Grand Canal on the north, Indian School Rd. on the south, Central Ave. on the east, and 7th Ave. on the west. Many of these residents are retired, and the others are predominantly middle-aged professionals living in renovated houses. This neighborhood also has an active neighborhood association, and the crime rate is very low. Drive thru this neighborhood, and you’ll see residents doing exactly the same things as in Pierson Place!
Both neighborhoods offer:
Very short walks to Light Rail and Bus Stations at Central at Camelback, Campbell or Indian School Rd., and on 3rd Avenue at Camelback and Indian School Roads.
Places within walking distance: AJ’s, Postino’s, Federal Pizza, Lux, Clever Koi, Steele Indian School Park, the Melrose on 7th Ave Arts District, St. Francis Church, Brophy and Xavier Prep, Central High School, walking and biking on the canal bank, and tons of
antique stores and service businesses.
5-minute drive to downtown, east Camelback corridor, and I-10, I-17 and SR51 freeways.
Living in the Corridor, it’s the heart of urban, hip and chic!