On this map area, Tempe North is bounded by McKellips Road to the north, Baseline Road to the south, with the I-10 Freeway to the west and the 101 Freeway to the east. The city of Tempe is 40 square miles, and is generally considered to be both a college town, home to Arizona State University, (thus popular with students and young professionals), and a family-friendly city, thanks to its many parks and planned communities. There is a wide range of homes in Tempe North. For example, Broadway Palms (at Broadway and the 101 Freeway), features 109 single-family homes on well-manicured streets. University Heights contains 226 single-family homes which were constructed in the mid-1940s to the mid-1950s, many of which are historic. This charming community is popular with young professionals as well as university students thanks to its proximity to ASU. Hudson Manor is a neighborhood featuring single-family homes constructed in the late 1940s and early 1950s. Mitchell Park East contains 315 single-family homes built in the 1930s and 1940s, which Mitchell Park West consists of 274 single-family homes constructed between the 1940s and the 1960s.
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Other neighborhoods within Tempe North include Shalimar, Broadmor, Date Palm Manor, Clark Park, Daley Park, Holdeman, Gililland, Lindon Park, and Sunset. Loft style living is also available in Tempe North, east of Mill Avenue adjacent to ASU, thanks to Orchidhouse. This 7-story building features 83 lofts, ranging in size from 916 to 3,745 square feet. Tempe is also home to a thriving arts community, which is drawn to Tempe’s Center for the Arts as well as its art festivals. Mill Avenue is a popular destination for students as well as young professionals thanks to its many restaurants, bars and shops. Major attractions and destinations in Tempe include the Phoenix Zoo, Desert Botanical Garden and Big Surf Waterpark, as well as Arizona State University.
Things To Do: Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy the Papago Park, Tempe Town Lake and the Tempe Beach Park. Tempe is also home to the annual P.F. Chang’s Marathon and Half-Marathon which occur in January. Papago and South Mountain Parks offer opportunities to hike, mountain bike and rock climb. Golfers enjoy the Papago Golf Course, the Ken McDonald Golf Course, and the Rolling Hills Golf Course.
Shopping options within Tempe include the popular Tempe Marketplace, IKEA, and the expansive Arizona Mills outlet mall. Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport is located just 2 miles from Tempe. Tempe is bounded by three major freeways: the 202, the 101 and Interstate 10.
Schools: Several school districts serve Tempe including the Tempe Elementary and the Tempe Union High School Districts as well as Kyrene School District and Scottsdale Unified School District.