Phoenix has a new concept in urban gardening. DIG IT urban gardens and nursery opened recently on 16th Street—part urban garden, part community space, part artisan hub. The concept is fun, a little bit funky, and completely homegrown.
Urban lifestyles appeal to more Phoenix residents than ever before. With the changing urban landscape, Phoenicians are looking to live closer to the action—bars, restaurants boutiques and museums within walking distance are something Arizonans used to only dream of. Today, there are more options than ever before for urban living. Here are some of the newest options for apartments, condominiums and townhomes in Phoenix.
As the Scottsdale lifestyle evolves, residents demand a more urban lifestyle that combines the best of city living—easy access to bars, restaurants and shops—with Scottsdale's breathtaking views, refined luxury and sophistication. Today, there are more options than ever before. Here are some of the newest options for apartments, condominiums, townhomes and villas in Scottsdale.
As you drive through Scottsdale these days—from North Scottsdale to the Waterfront, Old Town to South Scottsdale—it's difficult not to notice all the condominium and apartment buildings sprouting up. Most of these new projects are billed as luxury urban living, and range from high-end luxe to "affordable luxury."
Ever wanted a master bath suite with an 80-square-foot shower? A shooting range in the basement? A tequila room? A soft water tap in the garage for washing cars? A wine vault? You can check out all that and more on the Street of Dreams home tour in Gilbert. Street of Dreams is a Washington-based producer of luxury homes. Each year they present homes in different cities across North America. It was in Calgary, Alberta in 2012 and has been in Arizona twice before--once in Tucson in 2007 and at Superstition Mountain in 2002.