This group of late-Victorian and mid-twentieth-century homes remains as an unmistakable difference to the taking off the innovation of downtown Phoenix. With the structures now delicately repurposed (the Bungalow contains a creating space and shop, while others fill in as an exhibition, eateries, and guest focus), it’s conceivable to see inside many, including the completely reestablished, impressive Rosson House.

There’s a parking structure at the edge of fifth St and E Monroe.

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