The Garfield District originated as a group of farms until Phoenix's population began to rise. Because home-building spanned more than 50 years, the neighborhood is a densely populated community with many different styles of homes. There are nearly 800 homes with most being modest bungalows, Period Revival homes and the city’s largest concentration of “pyramid cottages.” Despite its construction stretching out over a number of decades, Garfield homes remained uniform in the size and scale of the properties. Garfield has an eclectic arts scene and is easily walkable to Roosevelt Row and First Friday fun.
Boundaries: Roosevelt Street south to Van Buren Street; 16th Street west to Seventh Street
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