AT A GLANCE
With some 35 historic districts in Phoenix, you are never far from interesting homes and neighborhoods. The Garfield Historic District dates back to the late 19th Century and is the third largest historic district in Phoenix. Developed from 1883 to 1942, the district is an example of a “streetcar subdivision,” where residential development was directly related to the establishment of a streetcar line through the neighborhood. This historic district is also home to the first city well and pumping plant.
Located at 7th and Portland Streets, Portland 38 marks the first large-scale private investment in years into the historic Garfield District, adjacent to Downtown Phoenix. This location puts homeowners within walking distance of the shops, restaurants and nightlife of Roosevelt Row, in addition to the light rail that will take riders to the sporting and cultural attractions of downtown.
The 38-unit complex, designed by award-winning architect and ASU professor Michael Underhill, incorporates common areas, which include a large play pool with tile accent walls, communal dining and barbecue areas and even a reflection garden.
Portland 38 is comprised of three-level townhomes with their own private yards and garages. The unique front spaces serve as both front entry and garage, borrowing an innovation from several housing developments in Amsterdam’s Eastern Harbour District that increases density and enhances sustainability. The units also incorporate features like sandblasted block walls, polished concrete floors, Miele stainless steel appliances, Kohler plumbing fixtures, and 2-inch tile bathrooms.
Portland 38 units range from 1,272 to 1,606 square feet and are priced from the low $200,000s.
For more information, call Center City Realty at 602.254.1500 or visit jagdevelopment.com.
Housing Type-Condos and townhomes
Number of Units-38
Price Range-$229,000 to $349,000