stella condominiums phoenix azNaturally, the Downtown Phoenix region is home to a number of condominium, townhouse and loft communities. We have created a list of the condo, townhouse and loft developments in the Downtown region with brief narrative.

In addition to the narrative, we will include a list of condos currently for sale.   As they say, just a click away.

We also have more generalized information about buying and selling homes, condos, lofts in Downtown Phoenix, as well as, our monthly real estate market report. You can access this information using the navigation buttons on the home page. We hope you enjoy.

Information, Pictures and Places for Sale

Condominium, Townhouse and Loft Communities in Downtown & Midtown Phoenix, AZ

215 McKinley: Was purchased by a Michigan based investment firm in December 2011. Not sure if they will be placing units on the resale market.

3rd Avenue Palms: One of our favorite projects located in Mid-town Phoenix. Builder units are sold out and resale’s do come to market periodically.

one lexington exterior 144 Monroe: Converted to luxury apartments in late 2010. Will come back as condos in the future.

9 Devonshire: AKA Cambridge Manor

Artisan Lofts on Central:  A sweet community in the heart of Phoenix.

Artisan Lofts Osborn: Award-winning true loft community near Phoenix Country Club.

Artisan Parkview: It’s 7th street and Washington location make this one a winner.

artisan village condos phoenix azArtisan Village: A top choice in the Roosevelt Row area.

Beadleview: Only 8 units in this inspired development overlooking an Al Beadle commercial building.

Brick Commons: Large apartment style condo conversion in Midtown Phoenix.

Cambridge Manor: A fairly large condo development north of Indian School and 9th Ave.

Chateau De Ville: Small, a 12-unit community near the Heard Museum.

Chateau on Central CondosChateau on Central: Luxury brownstone community near Willo. Upscale large condo/homes in the 1.5 million range.

Citi on Camelback: Large, 360 unit, apartment style condo development at 9th Street and Camelback.

Clarendon: (AKA Park North) A coop/condo development with a Mid-Century feel located in Mid-town Phoenix.

Crystal Point: A 16 floor luxury condo tower at 10th Street and Osborn Rd.

Devonshire Square Condos: Another apartment to condo conversion from 2007.executive towers downtown phoenix az

El Cortez: Large condominium project with small studio and 1 bedroom units. Lots of rentals too.

Embassy: A sweet condo tower near the Roosevelt Historic District.

Evergreen 9: Built in 2007, this 9 unit townhouse development near 5th Street and McDowell has an urban feel.

Executive Towers: An Al Beadle designed high rise with 1 bedroom condo homes.

Fontenelle: Built in the 1920’s this is a rare historic loft development in the Roosevelt District.

Grandview Gardens: AnAl Beadle 1963 mid-century modern condo development with 27 units.lofts at filmore phoenix az

Hawthorn: Another large apartment to condo conversion in midtown Phoenix.

Landmark Towers: High-rise tower located on Central just south of Camelback.

Lofts at Fillmore: A true historic loft conversion near Roosevelt and the light rail.

Lofts on Thomas: A mid-size condo/loft tower in the heart of mid-town Phoenix with great views and amenities

Matthie Place: See Executives Towers

Mezzo: A 10 unit midtown project designed by fame architect Will Bruder. Sleek and modern

One Lexington:  Our top choice in 2010-2011. A fantastic high-rise development with great lexington condos phoenix az

Orpheum Lofts: A well done adaptive reuse project. Some parking issues but a beautiful Moderne style building.

Palm Lane: An 11 unit, 2 story condo development built in 2006.

Park Central Place: An 18 unit apartment style development at 4th Ave and Earle. Built in the 1980’s and rehabbed in 2007.

Park North: (AKA Clarendon) A cooperative condo community in mid-town. Cash buyers only, no rentals or dogs allowed. A sweet retro look to the place.

Phoenix Towers: A 14 story condo tower that has recently had significant renovations performed. copper square exterior 2It is a cooperative so cash is needed to purchase.

Pierre on 5th:  A well done midcentury modern apartment conversion. Sold out quickly from the builder in 2011. Resale only now.

Portland 2: A 5 unit development that opened in 2007. A new phase of development began in early 2012.

Portland 38: Located near 7th Street and Portland, this development feels very contemporary and sleek. Some might say industrial urban residential.

Portland on The Park: A new condo development breaking ground in early 2015 and scheduled for completion in late 2016.

Portland Place: A favorite among locals… great location, exceptional design and a charming feel to the place. Check out the roof top pool.


Portland on the Park rendering courtesy of DAVIS architecture

Portland on the Park: Portland on the Park is the much anticipated second phase of Portland Place condominiums. Sales are expected to begin in the Fall of 2014.

PRD-845: If you like the feel of corrugated things like concrete and metal, check this downtown condo development near 8th Ave and Roosevelt.

Regency House:  A luxury condo tower that began a large renovation in 2011.

Renaissance Park: Lots of people like Renaissance Park for its location at 7th Street and Washington. Nice large gated community.

Roosevelt 11: Brick and open beam ceilings give place a nice urban feeling. Can be challenging getting financing due to heavy non-owner occupied ownership.

Royal Riviera: A bit retro and mostly tired. Prices are low though.

Roosevelt Square: A very nice townhouse commuinty with a great location. Nice three story units with garages.

Solaris Condos: A 132 unit apartment to condo conversion located just south of Camelback and east of 7th Ave.

St. Croix: A well kept condo community just south of Roosevelt on 1st Street. Great Location near light rail.

Stadium Lofts: A rare development south of Jackson. Brick built with an apartment feel.

Stella: Stella’s condo homes are stunning with a modern grace. Fine wood and metal touches feel like art. A bit out of the downtown area though.

Studios at 636 (AKA Bennett Place): A ten unit studio condo development.

Summit at Copper Square: A high rise condo/loft community by the ball park.

Tapestry on Central: A favorite among many downtowners for its location by the Heard Museum and Light Rail.

Willetta 9: From the people who brought you Portland 38. The loft style townhouses are kind of brick meets Ikea in feel.


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