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Saturday, nov. 3, 2018
11 am - 5 pm

This self-guided tour brings attendees from all over the Valley for a 6 hour tour through homes in some of Midtown’s finest buildings and offers the rare opportunity for tour-goers to explore residences in these buildings. 


By offering a glimpse into central Phoenix’s most unique high-rise condominiums and more, The Midtown Neighborhood Association hopes that more residents and tourists will view the district as a prime place to live alongside incredible cultural centers and businesses.

Getting around the tour is easy – free trolleys will run from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.. For those who prefer to ride the light rail, all tour buildings are only a short walk from light rail stops.

 
Midtown life is booming. It’s not your mother’s Midtown. Come see how we live, work, and play in Midtown today!

TICKETS COMING SOON

 

2018 Buildings

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One Lexington

It’s back on the tour! Built in 1974 as a high-rise office tower, this elegant building now is home to 17 stories of luxury condominiums.

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Phoenix Towers

Built with a modern design in 1957, Phoenix Towers stands as a beautiful part of history as the first high-rise residential building in all of Arizona.

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Villa Del Coronado

This historic small complex is in one of the most sought-after neighborhoods. Beautiful homes just steps away from museums, restaurants, and the light rail.

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Regency on Central

This 22-story Central Avenue high-rise offers spectacular views of the entire valley. Built in 1964, Regency is in the heart of Midtown.

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Tapestry

Tapestry’s 280 units offer a wide variety of floorplans. Centrally located along the light rail, it is adjacent to the Willo Historic District and also just a short walk to the renowned Heard Museum and Phoenix Art Museum.

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ARTISAN LOFTS

This 40-unit condominium building sits atop a popular restaurant, and is just a short walk away from the Burton Barr Library, the Arizona Opera, museums and other attractions. Most of the lofts have either roof decks or large balconies, expanding the living space of residents.

 

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