Named for the street that slices through the southern part of the district, the Roosevelt Historic District features a variety of well-kept California and Craftsman Bungalow single-family homes built on narrow, deep lots. The area also has renovated apartments and new lofts. Not only is there commerce on these streets, but the light rail, museums, sports arenas, arts and popular concerts are within blocks, as well as Arizona State University’s downtown campus. The Roosevelt Historic District was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1983.
Boundaries: From Fillmore Street North to McDowell Road, and Central Avenue West to 7th Avenue
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