Our Phoenix Arizona Service Areas
Roughly bordered by Thomas Road on the north, Buckeye Road on the south, 19th Avenue on the west, and Seventh Street on the east, downtown is primarily a business, financial, and government district, where both the city hall and the state capitol are located. Downtown Phoenix is also the Valley’s prime sports, entertainment, and museum district. The Arizona Diamondbacks play big-league baseball at Chase Field, while the Phoenix Suns shoot hoops at the US Airways Center. Of course, there are also lots of sports bars in the area. Three major performing arts venues — the historic Orpheum Theatre, Symphony Hall, and the Herberger Theater Center — are located here. Downtown museums and attractions include the Arizona Science Center, Heritage Square (historic homes), the Arizona Capitol Museum, and the Arizona Mining & Mineral Museum.
Rich in history and primed for redevelopment Grant Park is one of 13 neighborhoods in the community of Central City South. Latino heritage and culture is strong in Grant Park, which is also home to Friendly House Inc., which has served new immigrants since 1915; American Legion Post 41, the first Legion to allow Hispanics as members after World War II; El Portal Restaurant; St. Mary’s Catholic Church, which is on the Hispanic historical registry; Grant Park Community Garden, La Canasta Mexican Restaurant; and the Grant Park Community Center, famous for its “Midnight Basketball Classic” and other youth programs.
Emerging businesses, community gardens and thriving programs for adults and youths are the hallmarks of this close-knit neighborhood located south of Chase Field. Attractions include Bentley Projects, Carver Museum, Central Park Neighborhood Community Center, The Levine Machine and Phoenix Day Child & Family Center, which has served the community since 1915. Central Park Phoenix is one of 13 neighborhoods in the Central City South Community.