About Central Park
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.
Living in Central Park
Central Park Place mostly features cozy homes that are competitively priced. This is a well-established community that continues to attract interest from buyers looking in the Phoenix area.
The homes were built in the mid 1950’s by Bella Vista Properties. Almost all of the homes are designed in ranch style, which was quite common at the time.
Things to do in Central Park
You’ll want to do this in the daytime with a camera in hand, because Roosevelt Row is home to some of the best street art in Arizona. If you’re looking for a new backdrop for the ‘Gram or happen to visit Phoenix on a cooler day, it’ll be hard to go far on Roosevelt without seeing a colorful piece of art that you won’t want to snap.
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On the first Friday of every month, downtown Phoenix turns into a huge street festival. Grab something to go from a food truck and walk through live music, street exhibitions, and open art galleries downtown. It’ll be hard not to spend money on cool trinkets you find along the way, but take the light rail downtown to save money and avoid the hassle of finding parking.
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