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Phoenix is the capital of the southwestern U.S. state of Arizona. Known for its year-round sun and warm temperatures, it anchors a sprawling, multicity metropolitan area known as the Valley of the Sun. It’s known for high-end spa resorts, Jack Nicklaus–designed golf courses and vibrant nightclubs. Other highlights include the Desert Botanical Garden, displaying cacti and numerous native plants.
Phoenix ranks as one of the fastest-growing cities in the nation. Because of our beautiful weather, you’ll be able to enjoy most activities all year-round. Phoenix is the 5th largest city in the United States. We’re a vibrant, growing city and a great place to live, work, and play!
Once sold by the Wrigley family in 1973, it changed hands several times. In 1992, as the city of Phoenix was planning to tear it down to make room for condos, the late Geordie Hormel and his wife Jamie fell in love with the property and purchased it. Together they restored it with the intention of sharing its inherent magic with everyone. Today, Wrigley Mansion is a premier special event and fine dining venue. It houses the Geordie’s Restaurant and Lounge, Jamie’s Wine Bar and the ever popular expansive Sunday Brunch. James Beard award-winning Chef Christopher Gross and his strong culinary team head up the kitchen while the wine program is directed by CEO and Som Paola Embry, who has curated a spectacular wine cellar which consistently garners the prestigious Wine Spectator award, “Best of Award of Excellence” as well as Wine Enthusiast’s “America’s Best 100 Wine Restaurants” award.
Arizona Biltmore Estates
The Arizona Biltmore, a Waldorf Astoria Resort has been a stand-out destination, creating unforgettable memories. Over the years, our 39 acres of gardens, swimming pools and iconic architecture has provided a safe haven for celebrities, diplomats and presidents, and a luxurious resort for guests from all walks of life.
Championship golf, Spa Biltmore and fitness center, multiple restaurants, and a variety of amenities await you in the heart of the Camelback Corridor.
Explore the rich and colorful history of the Arizona Biltmore, one of the only existing luxury hotels in the world with a Frank Lloyd Wright influence. The Biltmore was designed by Albert Chase McArthur, a Harvard graduate, who had studied under Frank Lloyd Wright. Wright was hired as a consulting architect for a brief period of time.
The resort has been an Arizona landmark since its opening on February 23rd, 1929. From the resort’s famous owners to the acclaimed property enhancements, the Arizona Biltmore, a Waldorf Astoria Resort, is a timeless treasure.
Turn left onto Biltmore Estates Dr/E Thunderbird Trail
Camelback Fountains Condominiums
Right in the heart of the Arcadia and Camelback neighborhoods sits the Camelback Fountains condo community. Just slightly set back from major streets with a gated entrance, residents enjoy the quiet charm as well as the proximity to some of the best restaurants, bars and nightlife in both Phoenix.
Condos in Camelback Fountains can feature amenities that may be hard to find in a condo, such as slate tile balconies, fireplaces, and distinctive metal designs on patio and balcony enclosures. The community pool and spa lies in the center of this small development, beckoning residents with pleasant interior views.
Head east toward N 32nd St
Continue onto E Mariposa St
Heritage Park Retirement Condominiums
Gated complex that has everything including secure/gated parking and regular scheduled activities in the clubhouse. The clubhouse includes a kitchen library card room exercise room as well as putting green heated swimming pool and spa outside. This is retirement living (55+) at it-s finest in the very convenient Camelback corridor/Biltmore area. Amenities galore: heated pool and spa card and game rooms library exercise room. Walk to park senior center restaurants & shopping.
Head south toward N 31st St
East Camelback Village
Stretching from the Salt River up to the Phoenix Mountains, Camelback East Village sits between Piestewa Peak and Camelback Mountain, with their scenic hiking trails. The Desert Botanical Garden features regional plants, while the Phoenix Zoo has Sumatran tigers. Shopping plazas and glass-walled office towers punctuate several upscale residential areas, including Arcadia, site of a spiral house by Frank Lloyd Wright.
One of the most established neighborhoods in the Phoenix area, Camelback East Village encompasses the plush Biltmore and Arcadia districts as well as portions of east Phoenix’s’ business district. Situated between majestic Camelback Mountain and Piestewa Peak and bordered not only by the affluent Scottsdale area but also some of the most beautiful historic neighborhoods in Phoenix, Camelback East Village is an extraordinary place to call home.
Turn left onto E Indian School Rd
Steele Indian School Park
Steele Indian School Park is located on the northeast corner of Indian School Road and Central Avenue in Encanto Village, Phoenix, Arizona.
Steele Indian School Park is the premiere special event park in central Phoenix, featuring acres of green grass, mature shade trees and a historic setting.
The north side of the park features a playground, two half-court basketball courts and sand volleyball courts. Ramadas provide shade for picnics and parties, and provide shelter for parents supervising their children.
Indian School Road, on which the former Phoenix Indian School and the current Steele Indian School Park are located, is a major east/west arterial street connecting Central Phoenix and its western suburbs, such as Avondale, Goodyear, Litchfield Park, and Buckeye. To the east the street connects with Scottsdale (especially its downtown business, entertainment/nightclub and “Old Town” cultural and tourist district) and the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community.
Turn left onto E Indian School Rd
Turn right onto E Camelback Rd