Local legend says Phoenix got its name from Cambridge-educated pioneer Darrell Duppa, who saw the ancient ruins of the Hohokam and believed another civilization would rise from the ashes. And rise it did; Phoenix is now the United States’ sixth-largest city with a population of more than 1.6 million people. When it comes to luxury real estate, you’ll want to narrow in on two districts: Downtown Phoenix and the North Central Corridor. Downtown –bordered by Jackson St. (south), McDowell Rd. (north), 7th St. (east) and 7th Ave. (west) – is a diverse mash-up of historic homes (Tudor Revival, Spanish Colonial, Mission Revival) and modern high-rise condos. Bordering downtown, North Central Phoenix runs along Central Ave. from Northern Ave. down to Camelback Rd. and is an affluent neighborhood marked by three distinct styles: 1940s and 50s ranch homes, stylish contemporary dwellings and expansive estates.


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