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Central Corridor - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Walkscore in Central Corridor: 11 / County Avg 29

19%

Avg Year Built in Central Corridor: 1968 / County Avg 1994

49%

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A Friendly, Unique, and Urban Neighborhood


Located between 7th Street and 7th Ave., the Central Corridor is one of Phoenix’s most populous and diverse communities, and it offers housing and recreational opportunities for people across all economic spectrums.  The Central Corridor neighborhood represents varying types of architecture and style in both the homes and the businesses—offering everything from single family homes, to estates, high-rise apartments, and even townhomes.  Central Avenue and The Corridor are protected historic communities, so these incredible pieces of architecture will last well into the next century and beyond. Ask one of our agents to show you your dream home in the Central Corridor today!

 

The Homes


Homes in the Central Corridor are incredibly diverse—coming in every style, size, and price point.  While there is an abundance of single-family homes and estates exist throughout the community, the 1960s saw a major upswing in the development of high-rise apartments that can also be purchased by potential homeowners.  Homes and high rises in The Corridor line the streets among the skyscrapers that now create the skyline to Phoenix. It is quite literally one of the most urban-based communities in the city and has becoming highly desired by young professionals who work in the heart of Phoenix.  The average listing price is just under $700k, but there is a plethora of price points for homes—with a little digging and good timing, potential buyers can find their perfect space!

 

The Community


Central Corridor is a highly sought-after neighborhood—may the most desirable in all of Phoenix.  Stretching from Camelback Ave. to Northern Ave., The Corridor is most popular because of its proximity to Downtown Phoenix.  Though it’s deep within city limits, the Corridor community often has homes available with irrigated lots and lush green grasses and gardens.  It’s a neighborhood like no other—fully urban but emanating a suburban feel. The Corridor is friendly, warm, and welcoming to all those who travel through its limits.

 

Nearby


Phoenix residents who commute to their jobs often choose Central Corridor as the neighborhood to buy in because of its close proximity to the business sect of Downtown Phoenix.  Residents of The Corridor can also take advantage of the public transportation, with commuter buses running regularly every day of the week, and the Valley Metro Light Rail Line nearby too!  There is a vibrant arts and cultural scene in the area as well!

 

Recreation


The central location of The Corridor means there are not expansive states parks right within the neighborhood, but Central Phoenix is a one of the most walkable parts of the city.  A stroll down Murphy’s Bridle Path allows residents to step back into a time when horses roamed the 2.5-mile-long unpaved trail extending to Bethany Home Road. The streets are perfect for brisk walks or strolls with family—and there are even local parks scattered throughout The Corridor for the kids to enjoy!