706 E Washington Street in Phoenix
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- .12 +/- sqft/mo
Artisan Parkview is comprised of 14 soft lofts and row-home style townhomes located in the heart of Downtown Phoenix. This community was Eric Brown’s first foray into downtown Phoenix development in 2003. One can see many of the design elements from Parkview used in the later construction of Artisan Village just down the road.
Every home has a tandem two-car garage with an additional uncovered parking space, which also has the tandem style. This property mainly features the soft loft look – which combines industrial features with traditional styles. One can see this with the exposed ductwork and the more traditional fixtures and flooring. This community is not gated, and it does not have a pool; however, the exterior of each home definitely has a row house style with front entries right off of Washington Street, providing easy access to what Downtown Phoenix has to offer.
Artisan Parkview is situated nicely at 7th Street and Washington, in an area peppered with restaurants, coffee shops, and entertainment. It received a Walk Score of 78, as most errands can be accomplished on foot. Restaurants within a mile of the community include Pizzeria Bianco, The Big League Café, 1130 the restaurant, and Nobuo at Teeter House. It would only take a few minutes to get to coffee shops like the Royal Coffee Bar, City Central Coffee, and even Starbucks. It’s also important to know that Artisan Parkview is within a mile of numerous museums, Heritage Square, FilmBar, The Nash, Chase Field, and Symphony Hall.
Overall, Artisan Parkview offers good architecture, a very up & coming location, and affordable prices. It is a great community surrounded by some of the best entertainment opportunities that Downtown Phoenix can offer. The Artisan Parkview community of homes is definitely worth checking out.