Join us this weekend February 25th for the Coronado Neighborhood Home Tour and Street Fair.
One of the first subdivisions in the Coronado neighborhood, “Ranchitos Bonitos” describes the charm of this architecturally diverse neighborhood built from the early 1900’s to the 1930’s. Because of its relative proximity to Central Avenue, Coronado was not one of the “streetcar neighborhoods,” but provided modest working-class homes for Phoenicians.
Today, Coronado is one of the largest and most sought after districts. There is a large range of architectural styles and a thriving community of diehard Coronado residents and fans. This years home tour offers a wide variety of entertainment, food vendors, and merchants. A complete list of vendors is available here. A few of my personal favorites include Short Leash Hot Dogs and Rollover Doughnut, Lucky Airplant, Khalsa Montessori, and Phoenix Center for the Arts. If you’re interested in learning more about Phoenix historic districts, home tours, or phoenix real estate I would love to talk to you.