Central Corridor

Featuring spacious ranch homes on expansive irrigated lots, the Central Corridor is close to Downtown Phoenix and the historic equestrian trail known as Murphy’s Bridle Path.

Key Features

Urban Culture Design Project: What makes a city feel like home? The Urban Culture Design Project combines the passion of architects and designers who work to keep Downtown Phoenix vibrant and unique.

Yesterday Meets Today: Central Avenue is the historic core of old Phoenix. Travel the state of the art light rail system to experience the grand architecture of days gone by.

Nest Picks

Walk/Run Along the Bridle Path

Running along Central Avenue, Murphy’s Bridle Path is a spectacular trail that follows an old route dating back to the development of the Central Corridor. It’s the perfect spot for a jog!

Take Light Rail to a Ballgame

Hop on the light rail and take a trip to Chase Field to watch the Diamondbacks play ball. With its retractable roof, Chase Field is always comfortable!

Check out the Heard Museum

The Heard Museum is the best place to see and learn about Native American art. Focusing mainly on American Indians of the Southwest, the museum is an important repository of this area’s original culture.

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