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Living in Downtown Phoenix has been cool for a while, but when the Phoenix light rail system rode into town a few years ago, living in a condo near a light rail stop became downright convenient. Granted, Phoenix was a little slow to embrace the light rail concept. Most big cities, like San Francisco and Denver, had one in place years ago. But, it’s here now and current service runs straight down on Central Avenue and bends into the Chase Field on Jefferson Street and east through Tempe to Mesa.
Residents who live in condos near the Phoenix light rail are enviably close to about 1,700 businesses located along the current 20-mile-track, and that includes bars, restaurants, and entertainment venues. Dine in the iconic Durant’s, or take in a game at the Bank One Ballpark, both just minutes away. You're also an easy ride to Sky Harbor airport, so you don't have to leave a car there and pay the parking fees.
One Lexington is one of our favorite choices on the light rail right now. This highrise is a totally renovated 17-story high rise in mid-town Phoenix located right across the street from the Osborne and Central Avenue light rail station.Residents here enjoy all the amenities of downtown/midtown Phoenix in contemporary surroundings that feature beautiful wood floors, stainless steel appliances, and floor-to-ceiling windows with spectacular views. Live here and you'll not only pocket the extra gas money, you’ll extend the life of your vehicle.
Chateaux on Central condos are Brownstone-style with over 5,000 square feet of living space and offer the ultimate in luxury along with convenience. You’ll feel like you’re living in New York or Chicago with the brick and masonry construction and basements, but the oversized double garages are all Phoenix! But you'll want to leave your car in the garage and take your pick between the light rail stops Encanto and Central Avenue or McDowell and Central Avenue.
For a comprehensive list, see our Phoenix condos along the light rail, see the list below.
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- DOWNTOWN PHOENIX
- 44 MONROE
- LANDMARK TOWERS
- TAPESTRY ON CENTRAL
- ARTISAN LOFTS ON CENTRAL
- PHOENIX TOWERS
- PORTLAND PLACE
- SUMMIT AT COPPER SQUARE
- ONE LEXINGTON
- PORTLAND ON THE PARK
- EDISON MIDTOWN
Enjoy a ballgame, go to the theatre, or take some ASU classes - all a stones throw away when you live in Downtown Phoenix. Choose between highrise condos, lofts and cozy condos and enjoy being close to everything.
If you love high-rises, you'll adore 44 Monroe condos, a guard-gated high rise in downtown Phoenix. Consider the views from your floor-to-ceiling windows in the highest residential building in Arizona. This 34-story, contemporary high-rise boasts 202 condos including six penthouses ranging in size from a cozy 975 square feet to 4,400 square feet.
The eighth-floor features a gorgeous community terrace and sundeck, a heated pool and spa, a fitness facility, media room, clubhouse, ...
In the heart of Midtown Phoenix, the best of mid-century chic meets the best of urban living. Landmark Towers on Central offers an eclectic mix of modern and vintage flair with a 17-story tower of condominiums overlooking the skyline.
Originally opened in 1963, the Landmark Towers building has been grandly renovated to play up its architectural highlights including floor to ceiling windows opening onto panoramic balconies. Amenities include a community pool, sky deck, and fitness ...
Midtown Phoenix! Near the Arts and Willo Historic District! Residents at the convenient and contemporary Tapestry on Central have easy access to theaters, museums, art galleries, sports, shopping, dining, and the airport with the Phoenix Light Rail just out side the door.
Nice views are available from the units on the upper floors. 10ft. ceilings and 9ft. doors give the floorplans some spaciousness. And some units have fireplaces, an unusual feature for the average condo ...
The modern, industrial spaces of Artisan Lofts are located in downtown Phoenix on the light rail line. Each of the 40 lofts in this contemporary complex boast exposed ductwork, soaring ceilings, tons of windows offering spectacular city lights and mountain views, granite countertops, full sized washers and dryers, and sealed concrete or hardwood flooring.
In addition to your personal space, you'll enjoy community amenities such as the 25-yard lap pool and spas, a roof-top sky ...
The Phoenix Towers are a perfect blend of mid-century and modern. Located in downtown Phoenix, the central location is on the light rail with restaurants, bars, parks and museums within blocks.
Although Phoenix Towers dates back to the 1950s, the building has been renovated with new boilers, A/C, electrical and a breathtaking roof top terrace. Some condos have been restored to prime 1950s glory with era-specific finishes, while others have been remodeled to feature chic and ...
Floor to ceiling windows, a chef's kitchen and wrap-around patios are just the beginning of what residents love about Portland Place. A formal entryway leads into a great room with possible views of the city, mountains, Japanese Friendship Gardens and Margaret T. Hance Park. The brick walls (in some units) offer some warmth against the modern kitchens that open up into the living area. The two-story penthouse units are spectacular, with an upstairs loft looking out through the 28 foot ...
Located in the heart of the action in downtown Phoenix, Summit at Copper Square is a contemporary 22-story high rise that offers unparalleled views. There are a multitude of floor plans offering one, two and three bedrooms that range in size from 898 to 1,500 square feet. Underground parking is situated on the first four floors of the building, condos are on floors six through 19 and Penthouses are located on the floors above.
A terrace, heated pool and spa, sauna, fitness ...
One of our favorites in Midtown Phoenix, One Lexington is a 17 story high rise with a modern flair and spectacular city views. Once known as Century Plaza, this high rise was a former office building gutted and refurbished into modern, loft style condos. Units are styled with contemporary finishes - wood floors, european cabinetry, high-end appliances and plenty of floor-to-ceiling windows to enjoy the views. Upper floor units have awesome views of the valley.
The resort style ...
Step into the impressive lobby and community gathering space at Portland on the Park and you'll know you're someplace special. This newer highrise condo building has some of the best esthetics in Downtown Phoenix. The 20+ foot ceilings in both the lobby and the fitness facility give both spaces a light filled and spacious atmosphere. The pool deck also has an adjacent seating area with gas grills. Surrounded by parks, the light rail, and the eclectic coffee houses, art galleries and ...
With a choice of interior finishes to reflect your lifestyle, the condos at Edison Midtown are a welcome addition to the Valley's housing palette. The first phase was built in 2016 and the second in 2023. Condos have mostly 1 and 2 bedroom floorplans ranging from 808 to 1,419 square feet, but the larger floorplans have a den that can convert to a bedroom. The community has a spacious 2-story 2000 square foot fitness room and a lap pool, spa and relaxation deck.
Located steps from ...
For modern downtown Phoenix living, consider the eclectic design of artHAUS. These three-story townhouses, two-story lofts and one-story flats range from 561 to 1,905 square feet. By paying special attention to water usage and energy efficiency, artHAUS works hard at being environmentally friendly. Large windows and patios combine to mesh the light and vibe of the city with a modern indoor space.
Along with the Phoenix Art Museum and the Heard Museum, ArtHAUS residents are a bike ...
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Last Updated: 2024-03-05 00:46:02