Frequently listed as the top place to live in all of Phoenix Metro due to its ideal location for both work and fun, Arcadia thrives from its vibrant food and culture scene, walkability and plush landscape. The entire neighborhood is bounded from 44th Street to 68th Street and Camelback Road to the canal. It contains well-kept homes on large lots, which command relatively high property values (as it is an adjacent neighborhood to the upscale suburbs of Paradise Valley, the Biltmore area, Scottsdale and North Phoenix). Built on former citrus groves, Arcadia is known for well-irrigated, mature landscaping. Several yards prominently feature orange, lemon, and grapefruit trees as reminders of the area’s citrus farming past. In the mid-1950s, the rest of Phoenix caught up with the farms and the area suburbanized with characteristic ranch homes on large lots. You’ll find much of Phoenix’s cycling scene pedals through this neighborhood, as Campbell/Lafeyette is one of the main Phoenix cycling corridors. Arcadia’s ideal location is also just south of desired hiking destinations such as Camelback Mountain and Piestewa Peak.
The Biltmore is an idyllic upscale residential neighborhood and financial district in central North East Phoenix, Arizona. It is anchored at the intersection of North 24th Street and East Camelback Road, where you will find Biltmore Fashion Park, a The Camby Hotel and several large office buildings. The neighborhood is also the site of the famed Wrigley Mansion, built atop La Colina Solana, a small bluff overlooking the resort neighborhoods. The Biltmore is Phoenix’s most acclaimed neighborhood, largely due to its location near the Arizona Biltmore Hotel, which is a local landmark that was opened in 1929. The Resort is surrounded by two 18 hole championship golf courses along with some of the most exclusive homes in the Valley of the Sun. The greater area of the Biltmore is known as a financial district, which offers upscale shopping and dining. This area is clustered with business and residential mid-rise tower buildings and gated neighborhoods along a line known as the “Camelback Corridor,” which extends from Central Avenue, East on Camelback Road into Scottsdale.
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